The Currituck Station, is a long-term economic development plan developed for the County to bring employment and commercial opportunities to Currituck over the next three decades. The Currituck Station consists of over 3,000 acres adjacent to the border with Virginia and located on the western side of North Carolina 168/Caratoke Highway in Moyock.
The proposal balances commercial uses such as retail stores, medical offices, and even locations for high-tech industrial businesses with a variety of residential areas.
By planning for and investing in this site, the County looks to attract quality businesses, employers and developers in order to create an area where Currituck citizens can live, work and play as our population changes.
Carroll Collins with Kimley Horn and Associates presented the Moyock Mega-Site Master Plan to the Planning Board on Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Following the presentation, the Planning Board recommended adoption of the plan. The Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 19, 2017 to discuss and take action on the plan.
The presentation covered:
On Monday, April 3, 2017 representatives Carroll Collins and Sal Musarra from Kimley-Horn and Associated, Inc. present the Moyock Mega-Site Master Plan to Currituck County Board of Commissioners.
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The Currituck Station Marketing Feasibility Study results was presented to the County July 2016. The study was initiated to facilitate the assessment of the market a potential and feasibility for large scale, phased, mixed-use development located on a contiguous land area of approximately 3,000 acres in the Village of Moyock, Currituck County, North Carolina.
The County has decided to proactively get a better handle on potential economic development opportunities that will allow them to capitalize on the increased market demand, specifically in Moyock, for light industrial, office, multi-family residential, single family residential, and commercial/retail developments that have risen over the recent past.
A challenge to taking advantage of these opportunities, is Moyock’s lack of planned, “shovel ready” development sites or existing buildings to satisfy potential demand. The local private development sector has not yet effectively been able to deliver this product to the marketplace. In addition to being in a position to better meet current demand, several regional, national, and international trends and events are indicating increased demand and opportunity to grow the County’s non-residential tax base.
With a site of this scale, the approach must be a long-term development strategy that will result in a focused area of community and private investment that will foster a strong employment center capable of meeting the County’s existing and anticipated future demand. The findings from the market feasibility study and related engineering and environmental due diligence is the first step to determining the best approach for developing the Moyock Mega-Site over the next 30 years.
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The totals are a glance at what is outlined in the Development Summary. The complete summary list the sites, acres per site, how many parks an much more.