Today, more than 20,000 consumers—even before the first Chatham Park rooftop is complete — reside in the trade area. Upon completion, approximately 22,000 additional homes will line the streets adjacent to MOSAIC—in addition to 22 million sq. ft. of office, research, retail, educational and community space.
- Chatham County is the 4th fastest growing county in North Carolina.
- MOSAIC’s primary trade area is expected to grow at an annual rate of 2.46% to 23,600 by 2021.
- Trade area average household income is $84,400 and is estimated to increase to $93,200 by 2021.
- Research indicates that the existing trade area can support up to 240,000 sq. ft. of additional retail and restaurants today, increasing to 530,000 sq. ft. of commercial amenities by 2021.
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“The MOSAIC Team knows how to build a quality development, one that benefits the community and where restaurants can thrive. I look forward to opening new locations of Town Hall Burger & Beer and People’s Coffee in MOSAIC, plus other new restaurant concepts, providing Pittsboro residents with neighborhood gathering places that offer fresh food, artisan coffee, craft beer and exceptional service—on every visit.”
“Edge Aveda Salon & Spa is coming to Chatham Park! Edge Aveda Men has been pampering Chatham County for three years. Soon to be located in MOSAIC, our second location takes our service offerings to the next level with a full luxury spa and salon. Having previously worked with John Fugo and Kirk Bradley, we look forward to being involved with what will be an incredible Mosaic business and residential community. We cannot wait to grow in Chatham County.”
-Heather Lloyd, Owner of EDGE Aveda Men
“It’s vitally important to redefine aging in the US, and Veranillo at MOSAIC will advance that redefinition. MOSAIC is a really creative mixed-use development with a multigenerational, community-building spirit. John Fugo and Kirk Bradley are thoughtful developers who are creating a center that adds to the neighborhood where their families live — that’s impressive. We’re excited to be a part of the project.”
-Tim Carpenter, CEO/Founder of EngAGE