Waverly at Providence is an emerging 90 acre development located just southeast of the I-485 and Providence Road interchange. The developers have secured Whole Foods to anchor the retail space with 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 townhomes within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and services. Architecture will be a blend of traditional, craftsman, and European. The gathering point will be the Terrace which will feature a large public plaza with live entertainment, outdoor dining, and fountains surrounded by restaurants and eateries. Restaurants are expected to include the first Ted’s Montana Grill in the area and a Chuy’s Tex-Mex, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, and Novanta Pizza Napoletana. Other committed businesses include Panera, Modern Salon and Spa, Polished Nail Bar, and Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. Outlying businesses will include a Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s, CVS, and QT. Access to the development is proposed to be through three traffic lights along Providence Road, one by the Post Office, one at Ardrey Kell, and one at Providence Country Club. A 141 room Hilton Garden Inn will be a much needed addition to this area with convenient access for visitors in the Weddington and Waxhaw areas.
David Weekly Homes will be the builder of executive townhomes and single family homes within 15 acres of Waverly. Homes will range from 2,000 to 4,000 square feet. David Weekley began construction on two model homes in October 2015. One will be a 3700+ square foot Whitford plan. The other will be around 3,500 square feet, the Equinox. There are plans for 31 executive homes similar to the homes in their Avignon community near SouthPark that will range from 2,800 to 4,200 square feet. The other homes in Waverly will be 39 Dilworth style cottage homes ranging from 2,400 to 3,800 square feet. The neighborhood will feature small parks and sidewalks for ease of access within the community.
Townhomes starting in the higher $300’s
Alley-fed homes in the Village collection from the lower $400’s
Executive collection homes from the $500’s
Sales are picking up speed – do you have an agent yet? Contact local Realtor Nancy Wilkins for more information on this or similar subdivisions in the area. Why do you need an agent for new construction?
*Nancy Wilkins is a NC residential real estate broker working with the Allen Tate Company, 1532 Providence Rd S, Waxhaw, NC 28173. Nancy is NOT employed with the developments or builders contained on this website and offers representation solely as a buyer’s agent. New subdivision information is based on available public records through local governmental agencies as well as other media outlets. The information is believed to be accurate but is not warranted. Offer subject to errors, changes, omissions, prior sales and withdrawals without notice. Equal housing opportunity.