Midnight Mulligan will open in late October or early November in Wesley Heights.



Legacy’s David Tschirhart served as
Midnight Mulligans’ Leasing Agent


New Brewery and Restaurant with a View

  • Midnight Mulligan is a new 10,000-square-foot brewery and restaurant will have an expansive 3,000-square-foot patio with skyline views and string lights. The taproom will connect directly to next-door neighbor Summit Seltzer so you can bring your seltzer into Midnight Mulligan and vice versa with your beer. The once-industrial strip of Thrift Road is now a booming food and drink district with the East Coast’s first spiked seltzer brewery, a dog bar, a popular high-end restaurant, a ghost kitchen collective, and now a new brewery and restaurant.
  • The best seat in the house is in front of the fireplace in Midnight Mulligan’s private event space, which also has direct access to the patio (and views).
  • Midnight Mulligan will launch this fall with six beers brewed in-house, plus some collaborations. An Oregon native and Birdsong Brewing veteran, Bowman will focus on West Coast-style beers. In addition to IPAs, it’ll offer lagers, sours, stouts and a variety of seasonal beers.
  • The brewery will also have a simple, but elevated food menu, restaurateur Kevin Parker tells me. The menu is in development, but some early highlights include the Southern Pines burger with pimento cheese, a prime rib sandwich with a French dip, a salmon BLT, and fig and prosciutto flatbread. Midnight Mulligan will offer brunch, too.
  • Head brewer Jeff Bowman knows it too. “We’re different,” he tells me. “We’re going to be a modern brewpub.”
  • Kevin Parker has been a fixture in Charlotte’s dining scene for decades and most recently served as executive chef at The Hotel Tavern in West Jefferson, N.C.
  • Parker was also involved in the now-canceled Traust Brewing project in the same Thrift Road space.
  • Midnight Mulligan’s address is 2215 Thrift Rd., Unit A.

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Midnight Mulligans

Midnight Mulligan’s Brewery to Open Oct/November

Birkdale Village’s New Plan to Revamp!

North American Properties has tapped a leasing team for Birkdale Village, with plans to revamp the retail experience at that Huntersville mixed-used development.

 Adam Williams, will lead those efforts along with NAP’s Adam Schwegman and Molly Morgan.

This team has led leasing strategies for top shopping and entertainment destinations in the Southeast, including Optimist Hall in Optimist Park, Vantage South End and Avalon in Alpharetta, Georgia, a $1 billion, dense mixed-use development.

Birkdale was the first real gathering spot from a retail standpoint the entire region could get behind, Williams says. It dates to 2000.

We are very excited for Adam Williams to be working with Adam Schwegman, Molly Morgan, and the entire team at North American Properties to revamp the retail experience at the Birkdale Village, Huntersville based mixed-used development.

Featured In The Top 100 Magazine

What an honor for Andrew Blumenthal, one of our senior brokers at our firm to be included in the top 100 people in Real Estate Magazine!



Andrew Blumenthal – Senior Broker



Vaulted Oak – New brewery coming to East Charlotte!


The Echo Hills/Oakhurst brewery will serve regionally-inspired beers when it opens at 3726 Monroe Road. The former bank footprint will lend to a perfect social distancing setup in the era of COVID-19.

“Visitors can expect a low key atmosphere that plays off of the building’s past but never dives headfirst into the theme. We get it too; a brewery going into a bank …. The building is just a cool space architecturally and has a lot of potential even after we open and start operating,” founder Kiel Arrington told CharlotteFive. “We know that it’s not a historic building and that it’s not a treasured landmark but it was important to us that we keep the integrity of a lot of the building’s features.”

Arrington, Johnie Jones and Chuck Kistler are active partners and co-founders.

David Tschirhart partner at Legacy represented Vaulted Oak Brewery’ President Kiel Arrington on the tenant side.

For all you Charlotte Commercial Real Estate Needs
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