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Restaurateur and chef Bruce Moffett recounts Charlotte’s culinary evolution.

Few names are as synonymous with the Charlotte food scene’s evolution as Bruce Moffett. The restaurateur and chef has been a driving force in the local industry for the past 17 years, starting with Barrington’s in South Park. Though owning [...]

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HELPING DYNAMIC BRANDS GROW
AND DESTINATION RETAIL PROJECTS THRIVE.

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ESTATE ADVISOR

HELPING DYNAMIC BRANDS GROW AND DESTINATION RETAIL PROJECTS THRIVE.

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The Hearst Tower located in Charlotte, North Carolina, was a second generation restaurant situated on the most popular food and beverage street in Uptown. However, it had been vacant for multiple years and was considered a “Snake bit location” due to lack of street front presence. his was creating an undesirable and rampant turnover of hopeful concepts. Read More….

This redevelopment located at 400 South Tryon Street in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina was previously home to an 8,000 square foot ground floor FBI holding cell. Adam saw that the underutilized space was in a prime location – directly across from Romare Bearden Park and an influx of multifamily projects. In addition, the BB&T and Bank of America stadiums were just blocks away. Read More…

Spectrum Properties & Cornerstone reached out to Adam to help with the redevelopment of retail space located in the ground level of a parking garage in Charlotte. Located at 230 South Church Street in Uptown and just a block away from the 400 South Tryon redevelopment, there was also great potential for this neighboring space. Read More…

ABOUT Adam

I specialize in helping dynamic brands grow and destination retail projects thrive. Based in Uptown Charlotte, with reach throughout the South east, I have the proven ability to successfully drive retail and restaurant projects for top tier brands. SEE MORE >

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ABOUT Adam

I specialize in helping dynamic brands grow and destination retail projects thrive. Based in Uptown Charlotte, with reach throughout the South east, I have the proven ability to successfully drive retail and restaurant projects for top tier brands. SEE MORE >

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From The BLOG

602, 2018

Damian Dining’s Paul Manley shares how to take a restaurant from brand to business, plus get the inside scoop on his latest project, The Waterman.

Paul Manley is a name you need to know in the restaurant industry in the Carolinas. The President and CEO of Damian Dining has been involved in the creation of some of Charlotte’s neighborhood staples like Crepe Cellar, Growlers Pourhouse, and Sea Level. But Manley got his start with an interesting gig. “I cut my teeth [...]

2601, 2018

Pros say Hackers, Ransomware, Growing at an “Insane Pace”

When we think of computer hacks and cybersecurity breaches, major retailers like Target, Whole Foods, and Forever 21 come to mind. But small businesses are just as vulnerable, and sometimes less able to recover from having their important data stolen. "It's growing at this insane pace," says cybersecurity consultant Todd Inskeep, "and it's growing because it's [...]

1901, 2018

Retail Redeveloped Podcast: Monica Holmes

We all love a well-designed plaza, or tree-lined streets with shady sidewalks and scenic views -- but pretty streetscapes  don't happen by accident.  Urban planners look ahead to what people want to see, then design our surroundings that way. "It's not just focused on regulation, but vision and place-making and what people want Charlotte to be," [...]