MOSAIC aims to bring urban lifestyle to Chatham Park

The 44-acre development will include over 200 residential units


PITTSBORO – Chatham Park is an approximately 7,100 acre planned development district approved by the Town of Pittsboro in 2015 that, according to its approved master plan, will include up to 22 million square feet of non-residential development, 22,000 residential units, at least 1,320 acres of open space and 667 acres of park land and will feature a variety of land uses such as dwellings, parks, open space, entertainment and commerce.

Chatham Park is also located on the northside of Pittsboro, and is touted as having easy access to both Raleigh and Durham.

Within the Chatham Park PDD is a $180 million, 44-acres, mixed-use community called MOSAIC.

Developed by Kirk Bradley, the CEO of Lee-Moore Capital, MOSAIC will be an urban-style development that is a blend of retail, office and residential that will serve as the gateway to Chatham Park.

The MOSAIC’s website describes itself as “An entertainment and lifestyle destination alive with experience and stocked with interaction. A welcoming community with sustainable design, inventive programming and natural environs. MOSAIC’s seamless blend of retail, office and residential creates daytime energy while restaurants, events and impromptu gatherings spark evening vigor.”

In addition, the website says that MOSAIC will include 200,000 square feet of retail and restaurants, 120-key Hampton Inn & Suites, 88,000 square feet of office space, 165 apartment homes through The Guild Apartments, 40 condos through Tessera at MOSAIC, entertainment venues and education facilities.

Current listed tenants include Greek Kouzina, Jersey Mike’s Hops & Berry Taproom, O‘Ya Cantina, People’s Coffee, Town Hall Burger, Town Hall Italian, Lux Nail Salon, CMG Financial Group, Harris & CO Insurance, refuel Market, Tasu Asian Bistro, Hampton Inn and Suites and UNC Health Urgent Care.

MOSAIC’s website also lists that they are looking to add a theater, bakeries, sweet shops, fitness venues, outdoor outfitters, clothing and shoe boutiques, medical and dental practices, beauty and soft goods shops and service providers.

MOSAIC also offers live outdoor events including concert and movie series, farmers market, and specialty nights such as Thursday jazz nights and Wellness Wednesdays every week on the Philip H. Kohl MOSAIC Family Commons, the MOSAIC’s event lawn.

Initial construction began in 2021 and all 19 of MOSAIC’s planned buildings are scheduled to finish construction in 2024.

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