Legacy Team Racing to the Top


The entire Legacy team enjoyed a beautiful fall day and a bit of team building at GoPro Motorplex. Healthy competition and fun was the theme of the day! Brokers Adam Williams, Hunter Graham and Scott Fuller led the pack.  GO LEGACY !








Legacy joins Third Ward welcoming Rhino Market and Deli

RhinoRhino Market and Deli has successfully operated it location at 1500 West Morehead Street since 2014. They have signed a lease for their second Charlotte location at 400 So Tryon St. Legacy Real Estate Advisor’s  Rodney Faulkner represented Rhino Market and Deli and Legacy’s Adam Williams represented the owners, DRA Advisors and Trinity Capital Advisors.

The 400 So Tryon has been undergoing major improvements,including a $2 million dollar lobby renovation and an eighth floor pre-built office suite. Also, the building’s 4,000-square-foot fitness center for tenants opened last fall. The 33-story building is 90% leased, with two full-floor availabilities on the eighth and ninth floors that total 37,656 square feet. Future plans call for approximately 8,000 square feet of retail.Owners DRA Advisors and Trinity Capital Advisors join a growing number of Third Ward buildings undergoing improvements. Their vision aims to address the lack of retail inventory in the center city and makes the buildings more attractive for office tenants, many of whom seek retail amenities. “We’re honored Rhino Market and Deli chose 400 South Tryon,” said Gary Chesson, partner with Trinity Capital. “It’s a great fit for the building and Third Ward. We’re looking forward to announcing additional retail tenants in the coming months.”

“Rhino Market will include two 9-foot windows along Church Street that will open like garage doors, allowing for seating to overlook the streetscape. There will be additional areas for seating, a bar and groceries.” says Ashley Fahey Staff Writer Charlotte Business Journal. Rob Rondelez, Rhino Market and Deli owner said “We’re looking forward bringing great food and a fantastic wine and beer selection to Third Ward,” “Rhino is the perfect example of a true urban concept. You can go there for breakfast, lunch, happy hour and everything in between.”” said Adam Williams, of Legacy, in a statement.

Legacy in honored to bring these two entities together and to be a part of the growth of Charlotte businesses over the past decade and into the future of our ever expanding city.


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Legacy’s Partners Find Home for Exciting New Bar-Restaurant Space Uptown

Legacy’ partner, David Tschirhart has helped a Charlotte restaurateur group find space for their latest venture.  Maynard Goble, Andrew Curry, Kevin Devin and Tommy Timmins have signed a long-term lease for restaurant space at 214 N. Church St.  Legacy partner Adam Williams represented the landlord, Cousins Properties, LLC. The 5,000-square-foot space in the Fifth Third Center was previously home to Dillinger’s Taproom.dillengers

Kevin Devin, Tommy Timmins, Maynard Goble currently operate Connolly’s Irish Pub, Prohibition, Dandelion Market uptown, Tyber Creek in South End and The Workmen’s Friend in Plaza Midwood. Andrew Curry, general manager at Tiber Creek,  joins this group and will be the owner-operator of the new establishment. The group is keeping details close to the vest, but says the space will be primarily a bar with a focus on high quality food service. “It’s going to bring a bit of life to that side of town,” Curry says.  His partner Kevin Devin  told Jennifer Thomas of the Charlotte Business Journal: “We’ve got some really cool plans to turn it into a bar-restaurant concept.”


Adam Williams and David Tschirhart, along with their partners and brokers at Legacy  are excited to be instrumental Charlotte’s evolution from a small city to an international business, cultural and financial hub. Both focus on retail-restaurant representation and are co-founders of the popular Charlotte blog,

Legacy Commercial Real Estate Advisors is dedicated to providing the best commercial real estate services to both owners and users of all varieties of properties in Charlotte, as well as throughout North and South Carolina. Call 1-704-373-1800 today to let us help with all your brokerage needs.

Red Eye Diner Newest Epicenter Restaurant in Charlotte

RedEye Diner is now dishing up comfort food 24 hours a day, seven days a week at its new home in the EpiCentre.
The design captures the feel of an old-school diner, complete with brightly-colored booths, neon signs and plenty of glass and stainless steel accents.

Adam Williams with Legacy represented the EpiCentre, while Steve Lowe with CBRE repped RedEye.CaptureAdam_Williams_600x750

Adam Williams: “South End: Charlotte’s up and coming retail destination”

Legacy Real Estate’s Adam Williams has been brokering leases and sales for many of Charlotte’s finest restaurants and sees South End Charlotte neighborhood as the place to be. Publix and Anthropology are joining the likes of Office Depot, Luna’s Living Kitchen and Lowes striving to make its mark with a new generation of live/work/play minded millennials in Charlotte. South End has gone from a neighborhood of apartment complexes, breweries, furnishing and design stores to a vibrant restaurant and retail hotspot. The prime location on the outskirts of Uptown and on the edge of historic Dilworth gives the South End a unique neighborhood feel within a metropolitan setting. South End is striving to make its mark with a new generation of live/work/play minded millennials which combines walkability, population and business density as well as availability of mass transit. Adam Williams of Legacy says “ Charlotte’s renaissance continues, the focus on residential, retail and hospitality development will establish South End as a prominent, neighborhood for residents and retailers alike.”
South End is home to over 66 of Charlotte’s most popular restaurants and bars including Nan & Byrons, Prices Chicken Coop, Mac’s Speed Shop, The Liberty, Tupelo Honey, Big Bens, and exciting newcomers Seoul Food and Futo Buta. The diversity and quality of offerings available provides the eclectic feel that urban young professionals desire.
Read the complete Charlotte Agenda article at Charlotte Agenda

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