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Auto House building new home

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Artist's rendering of Mooresville Auto House, which is similar to what the new building at the Salisbury location will look like.

Artist’s rendering of Mooresville Auto House, which is similar to what the new building at the Salisbury location will look like.

Auto House is building a new facility at its Salisbury location.

The new, 25,000-sqaure-foot building will resemble the one that opened at the end of last year in Mooresville. Auto House, a full-service, certified used-car dealer, is next to Gerry Wood Honda in a strip of car dealerships on Jake Alexander Boulevard South.

Auto House currently sits on 1.5 acres. The new construction extends onto a neighboring parcel.

General Manager Todd Jacob said they plan to have the new building finished and open by the end of the year. The construction will allow for more lot space and more inventory.

He said Auto House has over 600 vehicles between the Salisbury and Mooresville locations.

Jacob said they’re hoping they won’t have to close during the transition to the new facility.

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