A self-service car subscription startup has landed in Charlotte recently opening at 8525 South Boulevard.
Boston-based Flexcar launched in 2021 to provide an alternative to buying or leasing a car. The concept aligns with consumer’s growing fondness of subscription companies. Flexcar offers the flexibility for customer’s to choose their car as well as the length of time they’d like to use it by paying the weekly fee.
With locations in Boston, Atlanta and Nashville, Flexcar saw Charlotte as a key expansion area beca犀利士
use of how fast the city is growing.
Darren Wood of TPG assisted Flexcar in securing the 3.71 acre former Hyundai facility and John Jones of Gibson Smith Realty Co. represented the Landlord.
Brown Bag Seafood Co. opened its first North Carolina location last week in Huntersville’s Birkdale Village. The bright blue exterior and pops of yellow complement the uniqueness behind the Chicago-based, fast-casual restaurant. It is the latest concept to open as part of North American Properties’ ongoing renovation to reshape the center as an outdoor entertainment destination.
Here’s the drill:
Guests fill out laminated menu cards to customize their meals as they order at the counter. Customers may select from a wide variety of responsibly sourced seafood, such as grilled salmon, shrimp, or its rotating daily catch, and then choose one of the creative “builds,” including tacos, salads, sandwiches and grain and veggie bowls.
Two new locations have been announced and are under construction at Lowe’s Tech Hub and Ally Charlotte Center in Uptown.
Melissa McDonald and Andrew Tanneberger represent Brown Bag Seafood Co. and continue to seek out additional locations in the Charlotte MSA as well as future expansion in other NC markets.
Monday Night Brewing, an Atlanta-based craft brewery, announced today that it will be opening its fifth taproom at 2217 S. Tryon in the heart of Charlotte’s dynamic South End neighborhood.
The original vision was to transform the former auto garage into a food hall, but an instant connection was made between Providence Group Capital & Monday Night Brewing and it was immediately evident that this would be the perfect position for the award-winning brewery to land.
“It started innocently enough. Indie craft brewers meet commercial real estate guys to look at maps. But the more we talked, the more we realized how similarly we think about our businesses, our people, and the idea of place,” says Jonathan Baker, owner of Monday Night Brewing.
MENU: Along with a variety of beers such as fruited sours, lagers, IPAs and Scotch ales, customers can expect:
– Neapolitan-style pizza.
– Wine, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks.
MNB’s Charlotte taproom is currently under construction with an anticipated opening in early 2023. The 8,500 square feet building, on 1.13 acres, will offer one of South End’s largest outdoor open spaces.
Melissa McDonald and Lauren Faulkenberry represented Providence Group Capital.
Doerre is the general contractor. Redline Design Group is the architect, with Carrie Frye Interior Design tapped as designer. LandDesign is the civil engineer.
Located right off Main St. at 105 Dover St., Carolina Scoops is a locally owned and operated ice cream shop delivering fresh quality ice cream and frozen desserts.
Carolina Capital Real Estate Partners recently acquired the property and completed a new color scheme and property improvements. The Providence Group leases and manages the center.
Just in time for your Memorial Day weekend festivities, Velvet Taco is opening its doors to the public Monday, May 30th. Dallas-based taco spot has added a South End location to its lineup. Velvet Taco can be found at 2170 Hawkins St. adjacent to The Puttery and across the street from The Line. Be sure to stop by for some delicious tacos and margaritas.
Providence Group Capital will be developing a mixed-use project named The Rudisill in South End/Wilmore at the corner of S. Mint & W. Summit. The eight-story building will include two underground levels for parking. The first floor will include parking and retail and the remaining seven floors will include either office, apartments or a hotel.
The project pays homage to the Rudisill gold mine that was located near the site. Gold was first discovered in Charlotte in 1825 and The Rudisill was one of the most prominent in the area.
Adaptive Reuse Opportunity (Retail or Office) – South End, Charlotte.⠀
Premier location in the rapidly growing S. Tryon corridor of South End — 2413 S. Tryon.⠀
7,039 SF existing building with a rear backyard opportunity in an incredibly dense residential pocket of South End. In addition to the surrounding multifamily, this property benefits from its close proximity to a strong office population, restaurants, entertainment concepts and South End’s highly anticipated food hall. Contact Lauren Falkenberry or Melissa McDonald for more information.
Six years ago in Downtown Chicago, the fast-casual Brown Bag Seafood Co. launched their unique concept to the market. The idea was formed from a void in seafood dining for a healthy, quick option that didn’t require white tablecloths.⠀
The something-for-everyone menu follows a three-step format that allows you to pick a protein and pair it with grains, greens and veggies, or have it as a salad, sandwich or taco. ⠀
Melissa McDonald and Andrew Tanneberger represented Brown Bag Seafood Co. in their site selection of two new exciting sites:⠀
South End: Located in the Lowe’s building and will take 2,542 square feet⠀
Uptown: Located at Ally Charlotte Center occupying 2,756 square feet.
Arrow Haircuts has opened its doors at Park Road Shopping Center in Charlotte, North Carolina with a laid-back, retro vibe that provides a welcoming experience for all. This location is their second in Charlotte with their first location being in the South End area. Arrow has seven other locations in the Triangle area and they are currently looking for more Charlotte Area locations. Please contact John Varol in our office for leasing opportunities.
The address for the Park Road Shopping Center location is 530 A Brandywine Rd. Charlotte, NC 28209
The Carolinas leasing team of Darrell Palasciano and Matt Henry have joined The Providence Group’s landlord division. Palasciano and Henry bring a combined, nearly three-decade track record as landlord advisors along with $600 million in career transaction volume totaling 3犀利士
million square feet.
Palasciano and Henry work as brokers out of The Providence Group’s office in Charlotte’s Southend. The team functions as strategic retail advisors with national, regional and local owners and developers in North Carolina and South Carolina. Both professionals play roles in leasing all types of retail.
“Many landlords point to the team’s proficiency in marketing and ability to spot new opportunities – whether it’s acquisitions, ground-up builds or value-add projects – as the reason they are so trusted and relied upon,” said Melissa McDonald, principal, The Providence Group. “The Palasciano-Henry team takes a methodical, customized approach to maximize the value of each retail asset and development.”