The mixed-use development LangTree at Lake Norman, off I-77, will soon be home to two new restaurants, Block & Grinder and Route 66. Novant Health and Reproductive Endocrinology Associates also have spots in the new development.
“We are extremely pleased with how receptive the area has been to our plans for development,” Brian Long, vice President of sales and leasing for LangTree developer RL West, said in a statement Wednesday.
In addition to medical offices, retail, and apartments, LangTree will have a 12-story luxury DoubleTree hotel with 35,000 square feet of conference and meeting space.
Here are the details of the new tenants at LangTree:
▪ Charlotte’s Block & Grinder will open in a new, 6,700 square-foot space, LangTree said. It will feature a butcher counter, a wide selection of premium-cut meat and game offerings and craft cocktails.
▪ Route 66, the new drive-through concept by Johnny Rockets, has leased 2,500 square feet of space in LangTree. The burger and shake joint plans to open this summer.
▪ Reproductive Endocrinology Associates of Charlotte has leased 4,500 square feet of medical office space in the building across from Novant, LangTree said. It’s expected to open this fall.
▪ Lakeside Family Physicians, a Novant Health facility, is now open and accepting new patients. It is in an 18,000-square-foot space at LangTree. Novant Health Nurse Midwifery Associates and Novant Health Urogynecology are also accepting new patients at their LangTree location.
▪ Regus, which provides flexible workspace, is subleasing 12,500 square feet of space to create more than 70 different key man office suites, LangTree said.