Mixed use centers are physically and aesthetically unified areas, where all elements and land uses are designed to function as an integrated whole (rather than as a series of unconnected, unrelated developments). Mixed use centers consist of commercial, institutional, and office uses needed to support a specified geographic area. These centers also include high- and medium-density residential uses for the population that supports nonresidential uses.
The mixed use center data linked below is based on land uses from April 1, 2011, and are published for informational purposes. To determine the allowable percentages of commercial, office and residential uses within each type of mixed use center, please consult Chapter 6 of the Land Use Plan. For more information on this data please see the methodology below or contact Will Hartye, Planner II, at (919) 380-5991 or email@example.com.
Cary Towne Center
Green Level Gateway
Morrisville Parkway and NC-55
NC-55 and Jenks Rd
Village at the Park
The data presented in the Mixed Use Center tables was derived from the Wake County Revenue Department and has been updated as of April 1, 2011. The square footage data presented represents what currently has been built in the activity center and does not include approved, pending or future development. The number of residential lots represents existing dwelling units and lots that have been platted as part of a subdivision currently under construction. The type of residential dwelling units is determined by the land classifications in Chapter 6 of the Town of Cary Land Use Plan. Please contact Will Hartye, Planner II, at (919) 380-5991 or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions regarding this data.
* Please note: Mini-Storage Facilities were not included in the non-residential square footage figures due to unique trip generation characteristics.