Sedgefield Redevelopment

Sedgefield Redevelopment Plans

Thank you for visiting the website for the Sedgefield redevelopment. The first phase of development will include 68,000 square feet of retail and 263 units of multi-family homes and includes a brand new full-service Harris Teeter. The remainder of the land is currently being planned, but the developers are seeking approval for additional housing options. Phase II would include the redevelopment of 30,000 square feet of retail and potential for 100,000 square feet of office space. The balance of the residential development will occur over an estimated ten-year period, depending on market conditions. Construction of the residences will begin in 2018 and is aimed for completion mid-2020.


“From the beginning, Sedgefield Shopping Center was a neighborhood shopping center, and we intend to modernize it to become the neighborhood center of today with a wide range of offerings to match the array of residents (long term & new) that make up Sedgefield and South End today,”
- Marsh Properties President, Jamie McLawhorn

Parcel A - Harris Teeter, Retail and Restaurants

Parcel A is located on the corner of Poindexter Drive and South Boulevard. It will be the first area to be redeveloped, and features a Sedgefield sign on the Harris Teeter building and mid-century modern architecture. It offers pedestrian access to the deli and coffee/bakery area off South Boulevard. There will be some buildings facing South that offer small spaces for great retail and restaurant operators to call Sedgefield home. Visit our retail directory for more information

  • Zoning: MUDD-O
  • Uses: Retail
  • Max Building Heights: 60’
  • Planned Tenants: Harris Teeter
  • Development Timeline: Complete 1Q 2018


Parcel B - Retail and Office Space OR Multi-Family Residential

The development in Parcel B is intended to be a Mixed-Use development that will be home to residential or office above street-level retail tenants.

  • Zoning: MUDD-O
  • Uses: Retail, Office, Residential
  • Max Building Heights: 85’ along South Blvd, 56’ along rear property (+/-160’ from residential property)
  • Development Timeline: begin construction 2020 at the earliest

Parcel C - Residential Development

The development planned for Parcel C, located along Poindexter Drive, will be the second parcel to be begin development. It will include Residential options with characteristics and architecture drawn from Mid Century Modern design. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer and hope to include out of sight podium or wrapped garages for added curb appeal.

  • Zoning: MUDD-O
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Building Height: 60’
  • Development Timeline: begin construction 3rd Quarter 2018


Parcel D - Residential Development

The development planned for Parcel D, located along Poindexter Drive, will include Residential options with characteristics and architecture drawn from Mid Century Modern design. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer and hope to include out of sight podium or wrapped garages for added curb appeal.

  • Zoning: MUDD-O
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Building Height: 60’
  • Development Timeline: begin construction 2020


Parcel E - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel E are planned to be more intimate garden apartments. Loaded with character, these structures are planned to include a variety of building materials to add interest to each facade. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential

Parcel F - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel F are planned to be more intimate garden apartments. Loaded with character, these structures are planned to include a variety of building materials to add interest to each facade. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential

Parcel G - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel G are planned to be more intimate garden apartments. Loaded with character, these structures are planned to include a variety of building materials to add interest to each facade. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Number of Units: 72
  • Building Restrictions: Balconies or decks above the first floor must not be facing the adjacent residents' property line if the building is within 150'.
  • Barriers and Fencing: 6' opaque fencing within a 10' landscape buffer will be installed to divide the development property from adjacent resident properties

Parcel H - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel H are planned to be more intimate garden apartments. Loaded with character, these structures are planned to include a variety of building materials to add interest to each facade. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential

Parcel I - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel I are planned to be more intimate townhomes or garden apartments. Street entries with private balconies give an approachable feel to each unit. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Number of Units: 60
  • Max Building Height: 40’
  • Optional Provisions: Street cross section deviations
  • Barriers and Fencing: 6' opaque fencing within a 10' landscape buffer will be installed to divide the development property from adjacent resident properties


Parcel J - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel J are planned to be more intimate garden apartments. Loaded with character, these structures are planned to include a variety of building materials to add interest to each facade. Situated on Elmhurst Road, the parking would be located behind the 4 story building. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Number of Units: 72
  • Max Building Height: 40’
  • Optional Provisions: Street cross section deviations
  • Barriers and Fencing: 6' opaque fencing within a 10' landscape buffer will be installed to divide the development property from adjacent resident properties


Parcel K - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel K are planned to be more intimate townhomes or garden apartments. Street entries with private balconies give an approachable feel to each unit. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Number of Units: 36
  • Max Building Height: 40’
  • Optional Provisions: Street cross section deviations
  • Barriers and Fencing: 6' opaque fencing within a 10' landscape buffer will be installed to divide the development property from adjacent resident properties


Parcel L - Residential Development

The Residential options in Parcel L are planned to be more intimate townhomes or garden apartments. Street entries with private balconies give an approachable feel to each unit. With a focus on maintaining the mature trees in the neighborhood, the buildings are intended to include a large setback from the streets to provide an adequate landscape buffer.

  • Zoning: UR-2 (CD)
  • Uses: Residential
  • Max Number of Units: 100
  • Max Building Height: 50’
  • Optional Provisions: Street cross section deviations

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Founded in 1927, Marsh Properties is responsible for some of the Charlotte area’s most successful developments including the new Park and Kingston in South End, Queens at Granville in Myers Park and Strawberry Hill Shopping Village and Apartments in SouthPark. The company has been building neighborhoods and living spaces since its inception and established the Sedgefield neighborhood in the 1950s. Aston Properties was founded in 1980 and has been the lead company in the development of upscale shopping including Colony Place in Charlotte, The Village Commons in Wesley Chapel, N.C. and McKee Farms in Matthews, N.C. They also led the renovation of Specialty Shops on the Park in Charlotte and Mint Hill Pavilion in Mint Hill, N.C. LandDesign is providing the master planning, civil and landscape architecture and Narmour Wright is providing design for the building architecture.

 

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