Information from Hope Valley Neighborhood Association:
Proposed New Development in Southwest Durham

Mixed Use Rezoning Case: UNIVERSITY MARKETPLACE

 

Change is Coming to Regency Plaza.
No more abandoned Kroger strip mall or aging asphalt.
An Urban Living Destination in Southwest Durham.

Master Plan


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This Master Plan is illustrative only and shows seven new buildings. The University Dr. entrance is on the east side of the 14 acre parcel. The boulevard angles in and between the north and south apartment buildings. The parking deck on Mayfair St. is surrounded on two sides by apartment units. A bridge with apartments connects the north and south apartment buildings. Two retail buildings near University Dr. will reuse portions of the current mall structure. An additional retail anchor is proposed near Auto Dr.

Urban Apartments: three 4-story buildings; 250-310 units
Boutique Retail: three 1-story buildings; under residential
Office Space: street level; under residential units
Parking Deck: one 5-floor structure; enclosed

HVNA Involvement

Seeking the support of HVNA, key individuals of the development team have met with HVNA representatives. They have answered our questions and valued our suggestions. The Hope Valley Neighborhood Association Board neither supports nor opposes the rezoning of University Marketplace. Check our website: www.hvna.org and listserv.


View from University Drive

Development Team

Hawthorne Retail Partners
Affiliated with Hawthorne Capital - Real Estate Investors; Shoffner Allison is a principal in both groups.
Provides the retail development leadership and investment capital for the mixed use project owners, GRE Regency, LLC and Eno Ventures, LLC.

Cline Design Associates
Provides the architectural vision of the project, including conceptual drawings, master plans, site plans, and marketing materials.

Go to: Portfolio > Commercial/Institutional > Mixed Use > University Marketplace
See: Twelve other mixed use projects in nearby cities, Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Pittsboro, Apex, and Cary.

John R. McAdams, Inc.
Provides the expertise in land and development planning, the solutions to environmental issues and stormwater runoff, the details of civil and traffic engineering as well as the landscape architecture plan.
With offices in Research Triangle Park, they have contributed to many recent development projects in Durham, Raleigh and the surrounding area.

Go to: Project Types > Mixed Use > Project Gallery
See: The Streets at Southpoint Mall, Renaissance Center, Renaissance Village, North Hills, and Brier Creek Country Club.

Crescent Resources, LLC
Provides the expertise in designing and constructing apartment complexes.

Go to: Condominiums > Charlotte, Piedmont Row
Homes > Raleigh, Hidden Lake and Pittsboro, Meadowview Parks


View from Shannon Road

 

 


Hope Valley Neighborhood Association