Fenton

Fenton is a 92-acre mixed-use destination with the first phase of development opening Spring 2022 in Cary, North Carolina. Located in the Triangle at I-40 and Cary Towne Boulevard, Fenton will be Cary’s first vertically integrated, mixed-use destination and is one of the largest retail-focused developments currently underway in the United States. With site work ongoing and vertical construction set to begin in fall 2020, the first phase will encompass 52 acres and will feature approximately 348,000 square feet of shops, restaurants and entertainment, 170,000 square feet of office space, 355 multifamily residences and a 186-key boutique hotel. Future phases will allow for significantly more development.

In addition to the growing retail mix, the project will introduce an urban, pedestrian-focused experience. Its highly walkable master plan features artful paseos, active restaurant patios, varied storefronts, gathering areas programmed with events and unique landscape features that contribute to the street-level energy.

Key Fenton Facts

 

  • Phase I Size (Fall 2021): 52 acres; 990,000 SF total comprised of 348,000 SF of retail, 170,000 SF of office, 355 multifamily residences and 186 hotel rooms
  • Total Project Size: 92 acres; 2.5 million SF total comprised of 1.2 million SF of office, 450,000 SF of retail, 900+ multifamily residences and 450 hotel rooms
  • Total Project Investment: $850 Million+
  • Location Descriptor: Coming as part of the greater Triangle region, Fenton is located along Cary Towne Boulevard at I-40, Town of Cary, Wake County, North Carolina. The project is adjacent to the Wake Med Soccer Park.

 

Shop at Fenton

Fenton is introducing a vibrant and experiential environment where modern retail concepts thrive.

  • CMX Cinemas will open a six-screen, 35,000-square-foot, luxury dine-in theater set to open 2021. CMX CinéBistro at Fenton will include approximately 594 reclining seats in its six auditoriums and feature curved screens, Barco 4K laser projectors, RealD XL 3D and a digital 7.1 sound system.
  • Wegmans is planning to bring a 102,000-square-foot grocery store to Fenton set to open in 2021.
  • Sephora retail concept at Fenton is rooted in presenting clients with the most curated product assortment featuring over 400 brands, a 4,400-square-foot innovative store design and personalized client services with expertly trained beauty advisors.
  • Free People, known for its boho-chic offerings, will occupy a 4,000-square-foot space and sell a wide range of products including Free People’s specialty clothing brand, its athleisure line, FP Movement and its well-known vintage collections.
  • Bailey’s Fine Jewelry will open its fifth North Carolina location at Fenton. The established jeweler will occupy nearly 5,000 square feet and offer a variety of fine jewelry, including custom engagement rings and popular brands such as MICHELE, David Yurman, Elizabeth Locke and John Hardy.

Dine at Fenton

Fenton will create a community of diverse culinary talent that is unmatched in the region.

Colletta

Colletta

Restaurateur Steve Palmer’s Colletta will occupy a 4,300-square-foot space at Fenton. Colletta draws influence from Northern Italy. The cuisine at the Cary location will put a twist on treasured classics while introducing modern culinary techniques with the changing seasons. The two-time James Beard Award semifinalist is managing partner of The Indigo Road Hospitality Group, which owns and operates restaurants across the southeast.

Superica

Superica

Chef Ford Fry is bringing a 5,600-square-foot Superica to Fenton. The restaurant pays homage to the Tex-Mex playbook classics and more evolved dishes and agave spirits and house-made margaritas. This will be Fry’s first expansion into the Triangle market and Superica’s second location in North Carolina. The five-time James Beard Award semifinalist is based in Atlanta, where he heads nine acclaimed restaurants.

M Sushi

M Sushi

Durham-based chef Michael Lee’s M Sushi will focus on fresh seafood, as well as cooked and vegetarian courses, with near-daily deliveries of fresh fish from Japan, Korea and Hawaii. Unique to the 4,000-square-foot Fenton location, Lee plans to incorporate some of the “greatest hits” from his other three restaurants. Lee’s concept at Fenton will offer an evolving menu that allows diners to try popular and exciting dishes.

Honeysuckle Gelato

Honeysuckle Gelato

Honeysuckle Gelato, an Atlanta-based dessert shop, will occupy 750 square feet and will serve elevated gelato, ice cream sandwiches and shakes in a counter-serve spin-off of a food truck.

Crawford Brothers Steakhouse

Crawford Brothers Steakhouse

Triangle Chef Scott Crawford, a five-time James Beard Award semifinalist, will debut a 4,500-square-foot Crawford Brothers Steakhouse at Fenton with wood-fired aged steak and a lounge for small plates and drinks. 

Cru Wine Bar

Cru Wine Bar

Recently named Best Wine Bar in the World by The Moodie Davitt Report, Cru will occupy 1,900 square feet offering over 300 wine selections and 40 premium wines by the glass, as well as taster pairings and wine flights.

Experience Fenton