Pamlico Investments is developing the 117,000 sq. ft. property, called Belmont Mills, on the former Midwood Goods site at the intersection of 10th St. and Seigle Ave. in Charlotte.
The project will contain 8,000 sq. ft. of ground-floor retail, with the remaining space to be self-storage.
This is one of many similar projects popping up across the Queen City after Charlotte City Council voted last year to allow self-storage facilities within properties zoned for mixed-use development, with the condition that the projects include ground-floor commercial uses.
“This location has the recipe to be a great development,” Pamlico Investments vice-president Josh Davis said in a statement. “We are in a great position to bridge the gap between all the redevelopment that has occurred along the Central Ave. corridor and the development that continues to occur in the First Ward.”