mayes road

The site for the planned Mayes Hall project, east of The Woodlands and on the north side of Mayes Road, is outlined in red.

DAVIDSON – The developer of a planned residential project on the southern edge of town will host a public information and input session about the development on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The two-hour drop-in event will begin at 5 p.m. at town hall 216 S. Main St.

The Bayard Group proposes to develop the approximately 24-acre site – located just east of The Woodlands and about one-half mile from the N.C. 73 intersection –  to accommodate a 64 lot 68-unit residential community. The current addresses for the site are 13297 and 13415 Mayes Road.

The Mayes Hall project will provide the community and surrounding areas with vehicular and pedestrian connections between adjacent properties and land uses to the north and south of the site. The development will also provide public open space including parks, greenway/walking trails, and a multi-use path along Mayes Road.

The purpose of the Jan. 16 meeting is to review changes to the master plan since the first public input session and solicit feedback. An overview presentation by the project team will occur at 5:15 p.m. and 6:15 p.m., with time allotted for questions and viewing the plans in an open house format after each presentation.

Staff will also be present to answer questions. For additional information concerning the proposal, including updated plans, visit www.davidson.org and search for the Mayes Hall Master Plan.

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