Leland vet helps animals after Hurricane Sandy

December 30, 2012

Star News By: Patrick Terry   In the days after Hurricane Sandy ripped across the East Coast, I was on the phone with a fellow veterinarian on Long Island. My name is Dr. Patrick Terry and I’m a veterinarian at Brunswick Forest Veterinary Hospital in Leland. He said it was cold and miserable and people were really suffering. He said they just really needed help. When somebody asks for help,… [Read More…]

Pizzetta’s opens at Brunswick Forest

December 12, 2012

Greater Wilmington Business Journal By: Liz Biro   With the Dec. 8 opening of Pizzetta’s Pizzeria at Brunswick Forest, Leland might officially be called “Little Italy.” Pizzetta’s is one of four Italian restaurants on about a mile-long section of U.S. 17 in the area of Waterford, Magnolia Greens and Brunswick Forest residential communities. Pizzetta’s, 1144 E. Cutlar Crossing, is between CVS and Lowe’s Foods at the new 500,000 square-foot The… [Read More…]

Booming during the bust: The secret of Brunswick Forest’s success

November 24, 2012

Star News By: Brunswick Forest   The master-planned, 4500-acre community off Highway 17 in Leland was launched that fateful year, and it has seen nothing but success every year since. For 2012, in fact, sales are up 25% over 2011. What makes one community thrive in an otherwise flat-to-declining global real estate market? Jerry Helms, Director of Sales & Marketing for Brunswick Forest, offers several explanations. Not just a place… [Read More…]

Brunswick Forest getting its first grocery store

November 2, 2012

Greater Wilmington Business Journal By: Allison Satake   After several years of planning and waiting out the recession, construction of the first grocery store and major anchor tenant in Leland residential development, Brunswick Forest, has begun. Builder Clancy and Theys broke ground on a 43,990-square-foot Lowes Foods Fresh Smart Store in September, said Tim McGuan, Clancy and Theys project manager. The construction cost is about $3.4 million. So far, the… [Read More…]

Bikers after participating in the Zoom through Brunswick Forest Event

Runners, Cyclists Zoom Through Brunswick Forest

May 14, 2012

Sports@StarNewsOnline.com By: McLeod Bass   The neighborhood of Brunswick Forest was overtaken Sunday morning by people biking and running all over the development. The cause of the commotion was the third annual Lowes Foods Duathlon at Brunswick Forest. The event, which contains a 5K run, followed by a 16-mile bike ride, then a two-mile run to finish, allows racers of all backgrounds to try their skill at a challenging level…. [Read More…]