Due to the scope and scale of Chatham Park, it’s natural to have questions.
Please take a moment to explore the info below.
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Check out the two maps below to view the budding North Village or to understand the overall layout of this expansive, yet connected community.
*Disclaimer: Chatham Park maps, renderings and plans are illustrative and subject to change at any time to accommodate changes needed and desired for the development process. Please note: these maps were last updated June 2019.
If you have questions, you probably aren’t the only one. See some of our frequently asked questions below.
There will be 2 million square feet of commercial space in Chatham Park. Currently, Mosaic and Penguin Place are open for business. North Wood Landing is the next retail space to open with a Lowe’s Foods planned to open Spring 2023.
Mosaic: A 44-acre mixed-use community with retail, office and residential. Mosaic will be home to the first hotel in Chatham County.
Northwood Landing: A 92-acre, mixed-use, Lowe’s Foods anchored shopping center with outparcels and a 312-unit apartment community.
Vineyards: Chatham Parks first residential new home community.
There are no golf courses currently planned for Chatham Park.
Yes. Builders in Chatham Park are required to use energy efficient materials and products. Chatham Park’s new homes are expected to use 30% less energy than existing homes. Builders achieve this by incorporating high efficiency appliances, spray foam insulation, low-e windows, low-flow toilets, high efficiency HVAC systems, and tighter building envelopes. In addition, Duke Power and PSNC, respectively, install smart electric and gas meters in every Chatham Park home. Smart meters have been shown to further reduce energy consumption by over 15%. On average, Chatham Park homes will have a HERS (Home Energy Rating System) rating of less than 70. Check out our EcoSelect Plus Community Report.
Yes. Chatham Park’s Water Recovery Center produces reclaimed water to be used for irrigation and for cooling commercial buildings, among other uses.
Recognized as one of the premier development teams in the nation, Preston founders Tim Smith and Julian “Bubba” Rawl have established a reputation for planning and producing only the highest quality development projects. Preston Development Company is managing the overall development of Chatham Park.
Preston has earned an excellent reputation for their high-end residential communities and retail projects, as well as leasing and managing many centers and freestanding buildings. Above all, Preston is defined by two words: quality and relationships. They share “old school” values in the new world of technology.
Simply said, nobody does it better than Preston