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AdVenture Development Wins Space Award

Award recognizes best in commercial real estate in the Triangle
Selma, NC (February 6, 2023) – Adventure Development, LLC, is pleased to announce winning a Triangle Business Journal 2023 SPACE award for Top Hospitality/Entertainment Development at an awards ceremony held at Raleigh Iron Works on February 2. The ceremony celebrates the best in Triangle commercial real estate.

AdVenture Development was recognized for its Old North State Food Hall (ONSFH) property that opened in Johnston County in August 2022. The 15,000 SF food hall brings together ten vendors offering a variety of delicious cuisines to locals as well as leisure and business travelers along the heavily traveled  I-95 corridor, the East Coast’s halfway point between Portland, Maine and Miami, Florida.
In addition to vendors serving a mix of international cuisines, guests can enjoy Longleaf Tavern, a lively and welcoming full-service bar featuring the best of North Carolina’s beer, cider, wine, and spirits, along with national brands. The Longleaf Tavern also offers two private meeting rooms.
AdVenture Development President Kevin Dougherty said, “We are honored to be recognized with this coveted SPACE award. We appreciate all the support we received from state and local leaders over the years that helped contribute to the success of this project.”
ONSFH is one of the first pieces completed in Eastfield, a 3 million SF master planned, mixed-use development, featuring a business park, retail, medical, coworking, hospitality, entertainment, senior and residential living on 400 +/- acres of land. To learn more about AdVenture Development, LLC, Old North State Food Hall and Eastfield, visit  
About AdVenture Development, LLC:  AdVenture Development, located in Selma, NC, focuses on commercial real estate development projects across several states. The firm developed Old North State Food Hall. Recent projects include Eastfield, a 3+ million square foot mixed use project at Exits 97 and 98 on I-95 in the Triangle East Raleigh metro area, Triangle East Collaborative (TEC), and McCandless Crossing, a 1.2 million square foot mixed use development in Pittsburgh, PA.

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