Charlotte, N.C., March 15, 2016 – Charlotte-based commercial developers Crosland Southeast and Childress Klein announced that Horizon Eye Care will be joining its diverse array of tenants at the 90-acre Waverly development near the intersection of Providence Road and Providence Country Club Drive in South Charlotte. The location will encompass 8,300 square feet of the second 22,000 square foot medical office building at Waverly.
“With the opening of Novant Health last year, Waverly now provides unsurpassed healthcare services for South Charlotte residents,” said Paul DeVine, office partner at Childress Klein. “We are delighted by the fact that the demand for medical office space is so great that we had to begin construction on a new building ahead of schedule to add a top-tier vision-care provider like Horizon Eye Care to Waverly’s list of health- and wellness-oriented tenants.”
The new state-of the-art building will be located next to Novant Waverly’s urgent care and family healthcare practices, adding the convenience of proximity to patients’ medical care routines. Construction began in February.
“In our continued effort to better serve the needs of our expanding patient base, we’re excited to announce the future opening of our Waverly office,” says Kathy Murray, Horizon Eye Care’s chief operating officer. “Our current Arboretum office will close and we will relocate our patient services to our new Waverly location.”
Established in 1997, Horizon Eye Care has become the Charlotte region’s undisputed vision-care leader with a singular mission to enhance, restore and preserve vision. Its services range from routine eye care to comprehensive ophthalmology procedures that include surgical and medical eye care with corneal, retinal, neuro-ophthalmology, oculoplastics, glaucoma and pediatric exams. Support includes preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services, as well as optical and contact lens departments, LASIK and aesthetic services. Horizon Eye Care’s staff of 15 ophthalmologists and five optometrists are sought-after experts locally and globally.
“This will be a full-service, multi-specialty site that eventually will have seven doctors,” Murray says. The current Arboretum practitioners – including optometrists Dr. Kala Brewer, Dr. Marc James and Dr. Paul Marvin and ophthalmologist Dr. Judy Hustead – will relocate to the Waverly office and be joined by the pediatric services of Dr. Stephen Daugherty and retina services of Dr. Miriam Ridley.
The new Waverly site at 11835 Southmore Dr., Charlotte, NC, 28277 will offer convenient hours, and a full-service optical and contact lens department with offices that are easily accessible with first-floor locations.
Travis Hart and Jenny Fowler of Childress Klein represent Waverly in the leasing of the medical and corporate office buildings.
Horizon Eye Care joins more than 25 other retail shops and restaurants that have signed, including a 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods, Waverly’s retail anchor, and 22,000-square-foot medical office anchor Novant Health, which opened in November, offering an urgent care and family healthcare, including pediatrics, physical therapy and other services.
Horizon Eye Care, a locally owned and operated ophthalmology practice providing quality eye care services to Charlotte area residents, was formed in 1997. Horizon offers a full range of ophthalmology services including surgical and medical eye care with corneal, retinal, neuro-ophthalmology, oculoplastics, glaucoma and pediatric exams, as well as routine eye care. These are supported by preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic services, including optical and contact lens departments, LASIK and aesthetic services. More information: www.horizoneye.com or 704-365-0555.
Waverly is a multi-use, pedestrian-friendly, master-planned development, which is a joint venture between Childress Klein, Crosland Southeast and the Matthews family. Located just south of I-485 at the intersection of Providence Road and Ardrey Kell, this 90-acre project affords the residents of South Charlotte an inviting place to dine or shop. The 250,000 square feet of retail will be anchored by Whole Foods Market and have a focus on restaurants and outdoor dining. In addition, the project will provide two six-story buildings offering Class A office space for corporations to locate in a neo-traditional environment and separate medical office buildings.
The development will also offer approximately 375 upscale apartments called Solis Waverly on 18 acres, built by Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners and Federal Capital Partners®. David Weekley Homes will build approximately 150 single-family homes and townhomes over 18 acres for residents who wish to purchase a home in a walkable community.
Waverly is located on the site of the former Matthews Family Farm. The Matthews family personally chose partners Childress Klein and Crosland Southeast to develop the land. The property has been in the Matthews family since 1860, when it was gifted to Sarah Houston by her parents as a wedding present upon her marriage to William McGill Matthews.
Neighbors can stay up to date about the development at www.waverlyclt.com
Crosland Southeast and its partners have a long history of developing and leasing award-winning retail and mixed-use developments throughout seven southeastern states. The five Crosland Southeast partners previously served as officers of the 74-year-old Crosland LLC, and have a combined 115 years experience in the shopping center industry.
Today, Crosland Southeast perpetuates excellence with its emphasis on retail acquisitions, advisory services, single-tenant development and the development of high-quality retail and mixed-use properties which epitomize placemaking at its finest. During their careers, the executive team has developed more than 24 million square feet of projects. For more information, visit www.croslandsoutheast.com
Childress Klein has been in business in the southeastern United States since 1978. Throughout Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, Childress Klein has been responsible for the development of over 40 million square feet of office, industrial, retail and multifamily properties. The company is active in markets across the Southeast through offices in Charlotte and Atlanta.
As one of the largest real estate developers in the Southeast, Childress Klein has experience in a wide range of projects – from small flex buildings to multi-million-square-foot distribution parks, from small, freestanding retail buildings to large, multi-phase lifestyle centers and from conveniently located suburban office buildings to 1 million+ square-foot, high-rise urban office towers. Childress Klein has also developed Class A+ apartments and self-storage facilities in prime submarkets in high-growth cities. With a portfolio of approximately 40 million square feet and more than $1 billion in assets, Childress Klein has the resources to undertake any size project. For more information, please visit www.childressklein.com