Proximity to the Triangle
Conveniently located just a short drive from the RDU International Airport, Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh, Chatham Park has 22 million square feet of office, research, retail and community space. This makes it the ideal location for businesses looking to relocate, start-up, or significantly expand their operations.
Nestled near the shores of Jordan Lake in central North Carolina, Pittsboro has a rich tradition of attracting dreamers and builders, poets and rebels. Now this cradle of regional history has become the birthplace of a development that will dramatically change the way we live, work and play. Downtown Pittsboro will maintain its classic, small-town culture, while benefitting from the surrounding villages of Chatham Park.
Here, nature and commerce, art and recreation, homes and schools will thrive on more than 7,000 acres. Boutique shops and artisanal restaurants will be only a short walk from home. And with a growing corporate business park, you can commute to work by bike or trail. Chatham Park will provide life-affirming choices for building a career and raising a family.
The North Village is equipped with a 25,000 square foot office building, a fully leased retail center-Penguin Place, UNC Medical Center and various local business. The Mosaic and Vineyard sites have broken ground and are currently undergoing site development. We can expect to see home sales in late 2020 in the Vineyards and Mosaic to open in late 2021.
Chatham Park’s master plan unfolds with the first phase of residential living. Phase 1 comprises multiple housing communities, Thales Academy (a K-12 school known nationally for excellence in education), a swimming pool, gym and all the other homeowner amenities you’d expect from a well-planned community. (Please note: This map was last updated June 2018).
As part of The Vineyard site plan, The Cottages make up 30 homes ranging 850sf – 1200sf clustered together with common open space.. Builder to be announced.
Village Center Plan
Located within the North Village.
The master plan may be amended from time to time and should not be considered as final with respect to the manner in which a particular parcel of land will be developed and used. Approved development plans, special use permits and other documents on file with the County of Chatham should be consulted to obtain current detailed information regarding specific parcels shown above. Location of community facilities, roads, walkways and related amenities are approximate and actual locations may vary from that shown on this plan.