NC Grocer suunnittelee uutta myymälää suurelle Pittsboron kehittämiselle

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A Triad grocer has plans to bring a new store to a major mixed-use development currently underway in Pittsboro.

Winston-Salem-based Lowes Foods in April filed plans with the town of Pittsboro for the development of Northwood Lowes Foods. The project calls for a grocery store, retail space and a gas station at the ongoing Mosaic development.

Plans filed with the town show a 50,000-square-foot grocery store and 8,400 square feet of retail space – not including the gas station. The project is situated on seven acres off Hwy. 15/501 by U.S. 64, north of Pittsboro. The site is flanked to the east, south and west by lots designated for future development, though the filings don’t describe exactly what that may bring.

Representatives for Lowes Foods and parent company Alex Lee could not be reached for comment.

The developer on the project is The Crown Companies of Dobson. The property owner is Preston Development Company, the owner and developer of Chatham Park, the 7,100-acre mixed-use project into which Mosaic will serve as a commercial gateway.

Construction on phase 1 for Mosaic began last fall.

Kaiken kaikkiaan Mosaic sisältää:

  • Yli 200 000 neliöjalkaa paikallisia ja alueellisia kauppoja, ravintoloita ja palveluita, mukaan lukien mikropanimo sekä kokkivetoisia ja nopeita rentoja ruokailumahdollisuuksia;
  • 114 avaimen lippulaivahotelli ja 164 "kaupunki-kaupunki"-asuntoa;
  • 88 000 neliöjalkaa teknistä ja luovaa toimistotilaa;
  • 10 000 neliöjalkaa monen sukupolven koulutustilaa;
  • 30 000 neliöjalkaa virkistys- ja yhteiskunnallisia mukavuuksia, joihin kuuluu kahdeksan salin ensimmäinen elokuvateatteri, 350-paikkainen live-esitysteatteri, 100-paikkainen black box -teatteri ja keskusvihreä ulkolavalla; ja
  • 25 prosenttia omistettu avoimeen tilaan, joka kehystää kehitystä kokoontumispaikoilla, kävely- ja pyöräilyreiteillä, lampilla ja rakennetuilla kosteikoilla.

Commercial tenants officially announced for Mosaic include Town Hall Burger + Beer and People’s Coffee as well as an Aveda Day Spa and Salon and UNC Urgent Care.

Chatham Park, once completed, is expected to include 22,000 residences along with 22 million square feet of office, research, retail, educational and community space. The first homes in the community are scheduled to be ready this fall.

Lowes Foods has nearly 100 stores across North Carolina and South Carolina, including 15 in the Triangle.

Alkuperäinen artikkelin lähde: Triangle Business Journal