https://www-wral-com.cdn.ampproject...qnBPCSsnxdxwEaVOZVxlYOr4atytpKhBw_NFwTAjm0oBM Selma, N.C. — A multimillion-dollar project is in the works for an area in Johnston County that could bring a $300 million live-work-play development called Eastfield Crossing to the intersection of Interstate 95 and U.S. Highway 70 in Selma. Renderings of the massive project from AdVenture Development, a company based in Selma, show the scale of the project, which includes bringing 3,000 jobs to a project that will include businesses that span medical, industrial and manufacturing. Chris Johnson, Johnston County's Economic Development director, says this development recognizes the growth the county is experiencing across those sectors. Developers have proposed a massive project that includes a business park, hotels and single-family homes. They hope to transform the epicenter of I-95 into a new destination for Johnston County The developers involved in the project were behind a similar, but smaller-scale project just outside of Pittsburgh. Plans for the project include a food hall similar to the Morgan Street Food Hall in Raleigh and an area for people to enjoy biking and jogging.