Crosland Southeast and Childress Klein have announced four new tenants for the 90-acre Waverly development at Providence and Ardrey Kell roads in south Charlotte.
“We put a lot of focus on perfecting the mix of dining options and retail options for Waverly, and these new tenants add the variety we need in the community,” said Peter B. Pappas, managing partner of Crosland Southeast.
The new tenants are:
- Via Roma, occupying 2,279 square feet, created by Augusto Conte, owner of some of the most popular European eateries in Charlotte – Luce, Toscana, Malabar and Mezzanotte. Via Roma will feature Northern Italian cuisine, similar to the concepts at Luce and Toscana. The restaurant will seat 55 to 65 guests.
- Little Nest Portraits, occupying 1,943 square feet, a luxury boutique photography studio with a focus on families with children. Independent photographer Laura Novak Meyer began Little Nest in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, and the new Waverly location will be the first in North Carolina.
- Wildology, occupying 1,385 square feet, a wild bird boutique store offering essential items for creating a habitat for backyard birds, including birdhouses, bird feeders, birdbaths and birdseed.
- Wells Fargo, occupying 2,814 square feet in a freestanding building adjacent to Whole Foods with a walk-up ATM.
Gwen Glaeser and Tommy Trimble with Foundry Commercial represented the landlord; Bill Diehl of Diehl Properties represented Via Roma; Ken Heiliger of Heiliger Associates represented Little Nest; Josh Beaver of The Nichols Company represented Wildology; and Mike Thompson of CORE represented Wells Fargo.