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Fresh Chef Kitchen finds new home in Cotswold

Legacy Real Estate Advisors Congratulates Fresh Chef Kitchen, which has secured a 10 year lease in the Providence Plaza at the former home to Block & Grinder.  The 2,600-square-foot restaurant is on target to open the week of July 24, says Mel Funk, co-owner of Fresh Chef Kitchen.  “I think the people of this area were looking for something fresh and upscale….It’s really good, fresh food that’s flavorful. It’s fresh. It’s clean, but its bold,” says Funk.

“We’re going to grow as fast as we can grow without compromising our quality and standards,”. Fresh Chef is searching for additional sites in the Charlotte market, including possible venues in Denver, Mint Hill and Matthews are in consideration, Funk says.

The Cotswold Fresh Chef restaurant is open for lunch and dinner an offers an option to order online with curbside pick up.

Charles Neal with Divaris Real Estate represented the landlord.
David Tschirhart with Legacy Real Estate Advisors represented Fresh Chef.

David Tschirhart

David Tschirhart Partner Legacy Real Estate Advisors, LLC. His focus is Tenant Representation Specializing in in the restaurant sector.

David Tschirhart


Developer Bringing Mixed Use Projects to Charlotte

Mixed Use Developments coming to site of Pfeiffer University’s Charlotte campus on Park Road.

 Charlotte Observer ELY PORTILLO

The Charlotte market continues to remain strong for new development as Crescent Communities plans a mixed use development at the former Pfeiffer University, Park Road site. The company is also planning to develop Tryon Place, a mixed-use project anchored by an office tower, at the corner of Stonewall and South Tryon streets. Both projects will bring 1,200 apartments and 100,000 square feet of retail space to the Queen city. Construction is slated to begin at the Park Road site in July, the shops should be open and the first apartments available for lease by spring 2019.   Adam Williams with  Legacy Real Estate Advisor has been hired as leasing agent for the retail spaces in the development.    

Read more at Charlotte Businsess Journal, Ashley Fahey

Adam Williams

Legacy’s Adam Williams


Duke picks Rowan County site for economic development program – Salisbury Post | Salisbury Post

By Josh Bergeron josh.bergeron@salisburypost.com SALISBURY — With a bit of help from Duke Energy, Rowan County leaders want to turn overgrown land into a manufacturing facility on Henderson Grove Church Road. Duke Energy last week announced that a Rowan County site had been selected for its Site Readiness Program. The site measures 140 acres and […]

Source: Duke picks Rowan County site for economic development program – Salisbury Post | Salisbury Post


David Tschirhart Represents First Fast Casual Indian Restaurant

Tandur Indian Kitchen wants to establish venues for it restaurant in uptown and south Charlotte by the end of this year.  The fast-casual Indian concept, represented by Legacy’s David Tschirhart, is searching for its first Charlotte locations.

 With a greater awareness of different cuisines options and a growth in the Indian community in Charlotte, The Patel brothers (H.P and J.P. Patel) are excited about the potential in the Charlotte market. Tandur will offer a higher-end fast casual experience. The concept will focus on more chef-driven options, an elevated dining experience and ambiance, and well plated dishes “You’re going to see that happen a lot in fast casual. There’s an evolution going on. Our goal is to be authentic — yet approachable.” H.P Patel says.

‘Tandur is working with Dave Tschirhart of Legacy Real Estate Advisors to find space to accommodate that concept. It needs roughly 3,300-square-foot, end-cap spaces. Patel expects to invest roughly $1 million into each restaurant. Vision Builders will be the designer on the project.’ reports Jennifer Thomas of the Charlotte Business Journal.


Charlotte Restaurant Scene On The Move

Adam Williams CRE Real Estate broker and principal with Legacy Real Estate Advisors specializes in Landlord & Tenant Representation with a concentration in Retail and Restaurants 

Charlotte’s “booming population growth and new development across the city have fueled a surge in restaurant openings with more on the way.” says Jennifer Thomas in the Charlotte business journal article (CLICK HERE).
Adam Williams added to the encouraging discussion, saying :”Charlotte’s where everyone wants to be. The Queen City is in the sweet spot size wise. It’s big enough for concepts to thrive, but small enough they don’t get lost in the sprawl of a megacity. Restaurants that wouldn’t have given Charlotte a second look a decade ago, now see it as an ideal home.”