Waverly is a new 90 acre development located just southeast of the I-485 and Providence Road interchange. Whole Foods will anchor the retail space with more boutiques, restaurants, and medical offices to be announced. The concept of Waverly is a mixed-use project that provides a one stop experience with single-family homes, apartments, and town homes within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and services. Architecture is a blend of traditional, craftsman, and European. The gathering point is the Terrace which features a large public plaza with live entertainment, outdoor dining, and play fountains surrounded by restaurants and eateries. Restaurants include the first Ted’s Montana Grill in the area, Chuy’s Tex-Mex, The Porter’s House, Carolina Ale House, Desano Pizzeria Napoletana, CO , Viva Chicken, Yama, Via Roma, Panera, Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, Tzatziki’s, and Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. Other businesses include Modern Salon and Spa, Polished Nail Bar, Cycle Bar, District 5 Interiors, Fab’rik, Little Nest Portraits, Ivy & Leo, Scout & Molly’s, Pet People, Mainstream Boutique, Ulta Beauty, CVS, Mattress Firm, and QT. Access to the development is through three traffic lights along Providence Road, one by the Post Office, one at Ardrey Kell, and one at Providence Country Club. There is a parking garage located behind the hotel. The 141 room Hilton Garden Inn offers convenient access for visitors in the Weddington and Waxhaw areas.
David Weekly Homes is the builder of executive town homes and single family homes within 15 acres of Waverly. Homes range from 2,000 to 4,000 square feet. There are 31 executive homes with front loading garaages. The other homes in Waverly are 39 Dilworth style cottage homes ranging from 2,400 to 3,800 square feet and rear loading garages. The neighborhood res small pocket parks and sidewalks for ease of access within the community. Completed townhomes are located along Waverly Walk Avenue and new townhomes are going up behind the Whole Foods area.