• Triangle East Collaborative (TEC) Redeveloping Former JR Building

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    July 29, 2019
    -TEC is “the first piece of the puzzle” according to Joe Basar, Project Manager at AdVenture Development for the Eastfield Crossing project, a 2.8 million sf, mixed-use development between Exits 97 and 98 along I-95 and Highway 70 in Johnston County, North Carolina.

    Eastfield Crossing will be a Smart City development, while embracing its agricultural roots with “Farm to Table” applications at its Food Hall and restaurants. The Residential components include single family, multifamily and senior living in an Agri-Hood format.

    TEC, a 75,000-sf redevelopment of and new investment in the former JR Outlet building, will include a variety of tenants, including a brand new 15,000-sf “Old North State Food Hall” housing multiple eateries and brew pub and an updated JR Cigar Lounge. Plans are also in the works for a dialysis center, co-working/incubator space for entrepreneurs and an event center. The project, by AdVenture Development, LLC of Selma, NC, is currently underway with
    demolition to both the façade and interior of the building. Construction is being handled by Stephenson General Contractors of Smithfield, NC.

    “TEC is a key component in fostering the economic connection to the Triangle as the overall market expands and Eastfield Crossing develops” says Mike Mancuso, President of the Triangle East Chamber of Commerce.

    For more information visit www.adventuredev.com
    Contact:
    Kevin Dougherty
    919-965-5661

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