Progressive American restaurant from the owners of Banner Elk’s Artisanal restaurant, now open in SouthPark.

Adam Williams and David Tschirthart both partners at Legacy represented Peppervine in our Queen City. We are very excited to be part of the amazing growth.
Our experienced brokers and team members are committed to exceed the expectations of our clients and providing the highest levels of service.

For all you Charlotte Commercial Real Estate Needs
Contact  Adam Williams & David Tschirthart of Legacy
Office: 704.373.1800 &

Adam William CRE Broker Retail Specialist

Chop & Chisel Expansion

Chop & Chisel got its start in 2015 as an online business. It has been a real success in the Queen City!

This grab-and-go concept has become extremely popular for Charlotteans! Chop & Chisel’s menu is built around whole foods, with no processed ingredients and macro-nutrients listed on labels.

Owners Brian and Jamie Baird are behind that venture. They’ve snagged a 480-square-foot space at Overstreet Mall that should open in January.

Adam Williams and Kate Yates from Legacy represented the landlord on that transaction.

Adam William CRE Broker Retail Specialist

Adam Williams, Legacy

  “We thought that a healthy grab-and-go option was a perfect fit for the building and is representative of what the market wants right now,” Williams says






For all you Charlotte Commercial Real Estate Needs
Contact  Adam Williams of Legacy
Office: 704.373.1800   Cell:  704.807.4452

Legacy Represents Peppervine- Artisinal

Peppervine open in South Park Spring 2019

Peppervine- Bill Greene, founder and chef of popular Banner Elk concept Artisanal brings latest vision to Charlotte!

Owner and Executive Chef Bill Greene brings his latest concept to Piedmont Town Center in South Park. Green is behind the popular Banner Elk concept, Artisinal. Peppervine will have the same focus on food and service with an extensive wine and craft cocktail list, but with a different overall experience in the Charlotte.

“It will be good for Charlotte. We want it to be an every day restaurant — not just a weekend restaurant,” Greene says.”

“The menu will be progressive American with small plates and shared snacks featured. Seafood will be highlighted, as will local products and produce. (Artisanal has a farm that grows just for its restaurant.)” Jennifer Thomas, Charlotte Business Journal

Dave Tschirhart and Adam Williams, with Legacy, represented Artisanal.


New Construction in NODA brings Neighborhood Services

New Building in NODA , will bring Eclectic Gallery/Wine bar and Yoga Studio to East 36th Street.

A new building at “36th Street near The Plaza that’s been under construction for about a year now. Local artist Nick Napoletano recently painted a multicolored swirl mural on its front facade.

The development will soon be home to an eclectic wine/coffee bar called Artisan’s Palate, which will occupy 2,500 square feet of space, according to Greg Godley and Andrew Blumenthal of Legacy. A yoga studio will take up 4,200 square feet in the building, too.

Owner Christa Choska describes Artisan’s Palate as “a community house” and a neighborhood hangout, complete with a coffee house and a full bar that’ll serve everything from wine to craft cocktails.” 

Greg Godley and Andrew Blumenthal of Legacy are working to fill the development with complimentary neighborhood service in the two empty spaces that remain in the development — one is 650 square feet, and the other is 2,500 square feet. Developers are expecting businesses to open sometime in early 2019.  “We get a ridiculous amount of retail demand for the NoDa area. We wanted to go and supply some neighborhood services to the area,” Blumenthal said.

For more info on Leasing at 1210 East 36th Street Please contact

Andrew Blumenthal                                                                                         Greg Godley
704.618.1802                                         704.904.2383



Town Brewing Grand Opening

Town Brewing Opening In Charlotte’s
Fast Growing FreeMoreWest Neighborhood

Four long-time friends, lawyers by trade, with a passion for home beer brewing present the latest entry to the Charlotte Microbrewery market. George Sistrunk, Mark Kutny, Richard Morton and Allen West see their dream come to life as they open Town Brewing  at 800 Grandin Road.

Town Brewing will open it’s 10,600-square-foot facility on Friday Sept 28th at 2pm. Legacy’ brokers Rodney Faulkner and David Tschirhart assisted the group in negotiating their lease for the attractive venue tucked behind Rhino Market,near the intersection of Freedom and Morehead Streets in West Charlotte. The brewery will consist of a 15-barrel, three-vessel system with a variety of fermenting options. Town Brewing’s master brewer Brian Quinn plans to have eleven beers ready on tap by their planned grand opening of Oct. 13, Quinn says.

“Expect everything from easy-drinking lagers to IPAs to be on tap at any given time. The opening roster includes options such as “Escape Plan”, an American Style IPA, as well as “hazy IP”, “My Apologie” and “You’re Welcome”. There’s also session sour “Naked Napoleon” — with a seasonal variety raspberry hibiscus planned — and “Trit Happens” with Coffee, a Triticale Porter infused with Charlotte’s Enderly Coffee”  Charlotte Business Journal 

Town Brewing aims to carve out a niche as both a neighborhood hangout — and a destination, says Heather Wendrow, operations manager.

We at Legacy want to say CONGRATS and GOOD LUCK!