UPDATE: The Town of Mooresville has received notice that the developer intends to request a continuance of these agenda items. At the Agenda Briefing on March 28, 2024, the Commissioners indicated their intention to continue these matters to the June 17, 2024 Board of Commissioners meeting.


Mooresville town commissioners on Monday are scheduled to consider a rezoning request related to a proposed mixed-use development off Alcove Road.

The proposal calls for a maximum of 200 townhomes and 280 apartment units on a 52.2-acre site at 443 Alcove Road. The property is owned by Southwest 33 Associates LLC.

In addition to the residential units, the development would include a dog park, swimming pool, clubhouse, walking trail and 27,000 square fees of recreational space.

The site is not currently within the Mooresville town limits. If commissioners approve the rezoning, they would then consider an annexation request, which is also on Monday’s meeting agenda.

The developer has scaled back the project during the past six months. When it went before the planning board last fall, the plan included 660 residential units.

A traffic impact analysis has not been completed, and Mooresville Fire Department officials have expressed “concerns about their response time and ability to adequately serve the site.”


Commissioners will also consider a request to sign a $459,052 contract with Dan Dodd, PLA representing The Dodd Studio, LLC and its sports division FitFields for stadium design services at Moor Park, located at 691 S Broad Street in Mooresville. 

Town officials plan to put the project out for bid on October 1, 2024. 

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