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.
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, www.restauranttraffic.com.
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