In 2016, the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will begin acquisition of properties along Hunter Hill Road to complete the final phase of a road widening project in Nash County. The project, also referred to as U-3621A, will stretch from North Winstead Avenue to Country Club Road.
Construction is slated to begin in 2018 and end in 2020 with a cost of approximately $6 million. When complete, Hunter Hill Road—currently a two-lane roadway—will be a median-divided, multilane highway.
Don't Face the NCDOT Alone
If you live in Nash County and the NCDOT is condemning your land or restricting its use, HensonFuerst wants to help. Our North Carolina land condemnation lawyers have assisted property owners in handling eminent domain claims throughout the state, and we want to help if your land, home, or business is affected by the Hunter Hill Road widening project.
Contact HensonFuerst to talk about your land condemnation case today—call (866) 745-7446 or complete our free initial consultation form now.