Northern Regional Recreation Center

Huntersville, North Carolina

A new recreation center to serve the communities of North Mecklenburg County has been a priority for the region for decades. After three separate votes, funding was approved for a feasibility study and initial design concepts for the facility. The County hired the BRS/LS3P team to perform master planning for the 41.4 acre site, engage stakeholders and community members in an expansive outreach process, and design some initial concepts for the future facility.

LocationHuntersville, North Carolina

ClientNorth Mecklenburg County


CategoryAquatics, Planning + Studies, Multigenerational, Active Adult

Square Footage85,000



Main Street

The towns of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville, North Carolina came together to design a new community recreation center within North Mecklenburg County. Each of the three towns have their own unique identities and the towns’ stakeholders challenged the design team to provide an architectural solution which reflected the values important to each town. One of the design themes was a contemporary 'Main Street' design to bring the three communities together in a central place that feels like home.

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