MONROE — Because the City of Monroe does not rely on the county for wastewater treatment service, it has the ability to approve mixed-use development projects like Camp Sutton Collective that is being led by Moser Commercial Real Estate.
The City of Monroe website states: “Please be aware that Union County operates a separate water utility system and issues independent water restrictions for their customers. These restrictions do not apply to City of Monroe water customers.”
Camp Sutton Collective will be 124 acres and located on Highway 45 at the intersection of South Secrest Avenue to Richardson Creek.
The Collective will include an 80,000 square feet cold storage facility for restaurants, food processing and grocers, as well as a convenience store, nursery, an entrepreneur center and space to store a boat and/or RV, according to the Moser website.
The total 84,000 square feet within the Entrepreneur Center is planned to have more than 2,000 square feet units with 1,600 square feet for warehouse space and 400 square feet for office space. It will be located on the corner of Highway 74 and Acme Drive.
The RV and Boat storage area will be gated, with paved roads, security lights and surveillance.
The nursery will have varieties of trees, plants, flowers and ornamentals. It will also offer landscaping supplies.
The Moser group states: “Camp Sutton has a special meaning to The Moser Group, Inc.’s President, Dennis W. Moser. Moser spent his childhood in Camp Sutton growing up on Cuthbertson Street and created some of his fondest memories in this neighborhood. It is with great love and pride that he takes on creating this development and turning it into a great mixed-use development.”