Pappas Properties Breaks Ground on $60M Berewick Town Center
- Nov 14, 2014
By Eliza Theiss, Associate Editor
Pappas Properties and regional grocery chain Harris Teeter have broken ground on Berewick Town Center, a mixed-use development located in the 1,200-acre Berewick master-planned community in Charlotte’s Steele Creek area.
The center’s launch comes in the midst of rapid residential growth in Charlotte’s Steel Creek area, and it continues the momentum created by the recent opening of nearby Charlotte Premium Outlets.
Expected to be completed by summer 2016, Berewick Town Center’s phase one carries a $60 million price tag. It will include a town square, a hotel, retail and restaurant space, Walgreens drug store and a 53,000-square-foot Harris Teeter along Steele Creek Road, between Dixie River Road and Shopton Road West. The development will be walkable and bikeable.
Phase two will include additional retail space, professional and medical office space, townhomes and apartments, and on-street parking.
Shelco has been appointed general contractor for Berewick Town Center, while Shook Kelley and LandDesign will provide architecture and engineering services. Marketing, outparcel sales and office space interest will be handled by Pappas Properties’ Brian Roth, while CNL’s Gwen Ceaser will represent the development and retail space leasing.
2014 has been a successful year for the the Matthews, N.C.-based Berewick. As previously reported, Pappas Properties, Charlotte, N.C., purchased 68.5 additional acres to expand Berewick’s Village of Aberdeen to accommodate Lennar Corp.’s plans to build 2,200- to 3,500-square-foot single family homes with prices starting in the low $200,000s. Other single-family and townhome developers in Berweick include DR Horton, Eastwood Homes, Mattamy Homes, and Ryan Homes. 1,250 homes have been completed to date.
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