Mixed-use development coming to Mooresville

The estimated $2.2 billion project spans 411 acres near I-65 and I-565 interchange

Outlined is the 411 acres now under contract by Rochford Realty & Construction Co. and Land Innovations LLC.

Rochford Realty & Construction Co. and Land Innovations LLC have signed a contract to bring a mixed-use project to 411 acres in Mooresville. Once complete, the project is expected to have an estimated value of $2.2 billion.

Located at the crossroads of I-65 and I-565, the project will include more than 3,500 residential units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space in a New Urbanist-design development that prioritizes walkability, mixed-use spaces and community interaction.

“We are thrilled to announce the signing of a contract for this landmark property, solidifying our commitment to shaping the future of northern Alabama,” said Trey Rochford, vice president of administration at Rochford Realty & Construction Co. Inc.

Rochford Realty & Construction signed the agreement with Laurence McCrary, chief financial officer of 1818 Farms LLC.

“For me and my sister, Margaret Anne Crumlish, being a 5th-generation Mooresville family means that this area is not only where we live, it means we have a responsibility to maintain what makes it special,” McCrary said. “Finding like-minded developer partners who bring an expertise in land planning, placemaking, architectural design and incorporating surrounding nature has enabled us an opportunity to grow the surrounding area the right way: honoring the craftsmanship that came before us while building for future generations to come.”

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Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Rochford Realty & Construction Co. develops communities, builds custom homes and commercial properties and provides association management services.

On the Mooresville project, Rochford is working with Land Innovations LLC, a land development company headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee. “This project represents a unique opportunity to establish a lasting legacy that resonates far beyond its physical footprint,” said David Horwath, president of Land Innovations LLC. “Leveraging the lessons learned from our eight years of development in Stephens Valley, Tennessee, we are committed to creating communities that not only thrive economically but also enrich the lives of their residents.”

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