EDENS Expands Holdings in Charlotte with 75K SF Shopping Center
- May 04, 2015
EDENS, a developer, owner and operator of community-oriented shopping centers, has expanded its Charlotte presence by the addition of Myers Park Center to its portfolio.
Located in Charlotte’s exclusive Myers park neighborhood, the Myers park Center is located only a few miles from Charlotte’s CBD, Uptown Charlotte, Queens College and Levine Children’s Hospital.
Located at 1015 Providence Rd., Myers Park Center offers 75,075 square feet of space anchored by a recently redeveloped 42,000-square-foot, two-level Harris Teeter. Established retailers include Lumiere, Splurge, Charlotte Ultra Running, Charlotte Rug House, Fancy pants, Tootsies Too and Myers Park Nails & Spa, Alexander Scott and Allstate Insurance. According to EDENS information, Myers Park currently has 1,737 square feet of space available. The property’s parking ratio is 4 spaces per 1,000 square feet.
Myers Park’s one-mile catchment area has a population of 11,474 with an average household income of $159,625. Its 15-mile catchment area holds 1,111,393 people with and average household income of $80,180.
The historic property has been a destination since 1938 when A&P first opened on the site. The site, as well as the center, was previously owned by the Huntington family, which held the assets for over 100 years.
EDENS’ other Charlotte holdings include the 98,392-square-foot Atherton Mill in the South End neighborhood, the 425,408-square-foot pedestrian-friendly Park Road Shopping Center, and the 83,777-square-foot Kenilworth Commons in the Dilworth neighborhood. EDENS North Carolina holdings also include the newly redeveloped, 130,306-square-foot Asheville Market in Asheville, N.C.
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