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Pickleball complex breaks ground on Chartown

From left: Mayor Woody Washam, owners Jack and Robin Salzman, Town Manager Andrew Grant

June 4. Construction has begun at The Serve, a 16-court pickleball facility and restaurant on Chartown Drive, with an official groundbreaking with owners Robin and Jack Salzman as well as local officials.

The Serve represents an investment of $13 million to $17 million.

Opening day could be in January or February next year.

The Serve is on 6.39 acres just north of the Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership. Plans call for a 51,086 square foot facility with 10 indoor courts and six outdoor courts as well as a restaurant.

There will be more than 150 seats for guests in the restaurant, bar, lounge and cafe areas as well as four Top Golf simulator suites.

The Serve: 3D birds-eye view


5 Responses to “Pickleball complex breaks ground on Chartown”

  1. Sooooo…we get our tennis courts back now??

    Posted by Carl | June 4, 2024, 1:25 pm
  2. Who is funding this?

    Posted by James Simpson | June 5, 2024, 10:53 am

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