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The Invigory, Good Feet Store Join Waverly Retail Lineup

 

Newly opened tenants at Waverly include boutique fitness studio The Bar Method, independent coffeehouse Café Moka, residential real estate firm HM Properties and mobile phone sales and repair company Source1Phones. Photo courtesy Waverly

Newly opened tenants at Waverly include boutique fitness studio The Bar Method, independent coffeehouse Café Moka, residential real estate firm HM Properties and mobile phone sales and repair company Source1Phones. Photo courtesy Waverly

Modern wellness center The Invigory and arch support provider The Good Feet Store have signed leases at the 90-acre Waverly community in south Charlotte.

The Invigory (1,684 square feet) is a modern health and wellness center that combines best-in-class service with cutting-edge technology. Treatments available will include the increasingly popular cryotherapy, salt therapy, compression therapy and infrared therapy. The Waverly location is expected to open this fall.

The Good Feet Store (2,335 square feet) specializes in arch supports designed to provide the firm yet flexible function necessary to help correct poor foot biomechanics, generating long-term pain relief solutions. Good Feet custom arch supports are only available at The Good Feet Store and are fit with precision by a trained arch support specialist. Good Feet offers over 300 different sizes of arch supports and a wide range of styles that will easily fit into any style of shoe, boot, or sandal. The Waverly address will be the first Charlotte location for The Good Feet Store and is expected to open in the fall.

“The Invigory and The Good Feet Store are two unique, new businesses that add another dimension to our health and wellness offerings at Waverly,” said Peter B. Pappas, managing partner at Crosland Southeast. “Promoting health and wellness has been part of our vision for Waverly since the beginning and helped guide the community’s walkable, pedestrian-friendly design.”

Gwen Glaeser with Foundry Commercial represented the landlord on the leases.

Newly opened tenants at Waverly include boutique fitness studio The Bar Method, independent coffeehouse Café Moka, residential real estate firm HM Properties and mobile phone sales and repair company Source1Phones.

About Waverly

Waverly is a mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly, master-planned development that is a joint venture between Childress Klein, Crosland Southeast and the B. Frank Matthews II family. Located just south of I-485 at the intersection of Providence Road and Ardrey Kell Road, this 90-acre project features a contemporary design and affords the residents of south Charlotte an inviting place to dine or shop. The 250,000 square feet of retail is anchored by Whole Foods Market and features restaurants and shops oriented around a public plaza with outdoor dining space called The Terrace. The Hub, the first of two, six-story office buildings offering Class A space, is complete, along with two medical office buildings and a 141-room Hilton Garden Inn hotel. The second office building, The Nexus, recently broke ground.

The development also offers 375 upscale apartments called Solis Waverly on 18 acres, built by Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners and Federal Capital Partners®. David Weekley Homes is also building approximately 150 single-family homes and townhomes over 18 acres for residents who wish to purchase a home in a walkable community.

Waverly is located on the site of the former Matthews Family Farm. The Matthews family personally chose partners Childress Klein and Crosland Southeast to develop the land. The property has been in the Matthews family since 1860 when it was gifted to Sarah Houston by her parents as a wedding present upon her marriage to William McGill Matthews.

About Crosland Southeast

Crosland Southeast and its partners have a long history of developing and leasing award-winning retail and mixed-use developments throughout seven Southeastern states. The five Crosland Southeast partners previously served as officers of the 74-year-old Crosland LLC, and have a combined 120 years of experience in the shopping center industry.

Today, Crosland Southeast perpetuates excellence with its emphasis on retail acquisitions, advisory services, single-tenant development and the development of high-quality retail and mixed-use properties that epitomize placemaking at its finest. During their careers, the executive team has developed more than 24 million square feet of projects.

About Childress Klein
Childress Klein is a full service real estate company operating in the Southeastern U.S. since 1978. The partners of Childress Klein have been responsible for the development, leasing and management of more than 25 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, multifamily and self-storage properties throughout Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The company’s primary offices are located in Charlotte and Atlanta.

As one of the largest real estate firms in the Southeast, Childress Klein is experienced in the development, management and leasing of a wide variety of product types. The company’s office developments include suburban office parks, one million-plus square-foot high-rise office towers and corporate campuses. Industrial experience ranges from small flex buildings to multi-million square-foot distribution parks. Retail properties include community centers, large-scale lifestyle centers and mixed-use developments. Childress Klein serves residential markets with products including luxury garden and high-rise apartments as well as multi-level self-storage facilities.

With a team of nearly 300 professionals, a portfolio exceeding 40 million square feet and real estate assets valued in excess of $1 billion, Childress Klein has the expertise and resources to undertake any project.

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