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August 30,  2021


A major mixed-use development proposed in Moore County could include office space, residential units and the county's first Target store.

Midland Atlantic Properties submitted plans this week for a 98.95-acre development that would sit in Southern Pines, near where the town borders Pinehurst and Aberdeen. The proposed development, Morganton Park South, would sit on the south side of West Morganton Road between U.S. 501-15 South Henley Road.

The project would be built in phases over a 20-year period, according to an application submitted to the town. Phase 1, which would encompass 35.7 acres, would be focused on bringing retail to the area. Plans call for a 108,985-square-foot anchor building, along with a handful of smaller retail locations ranging in size from 5,800-48,850 square feet.

As for the anchor retail store, it appears from the application the development will focus on bringing the first Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) store to Moore County.


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