New tenants, including a burger joint and a yoga studio, are coming to Midtown

The new midtown building at 209 S. Kings Dr., across from Target and BJ's. Courtesy of Providence Group Capital

A midtown building under construction will house four national tenants that recently signed leases: CorePower Yoga, The Habit Burger Grill, Verizon Wireless and Bishops Cuts & Color.

The 12,500 square-foot, two-story building is at 209 S. Kings Dr., across from the Target and BJ’s. Tenants will open starting in late 2018, according to Providence Group, the Charlotte firm behind the $3.9 million redevelopment.

“(The) overall goal (for the project) was to restore the underutilized, irreplaceable real estate bringing a more modern and hip look to this neighborhood center,” said Mary Bryant of the Providence Group.

The building has one 2,737 square-foot space remaining. Here are the details of the other tenants:

▪ CorePower Yoga, which opened its first Charlotte studio at Park Road Shopping Center last year, will be in a 3,500 square-foot space in the building. A national brand, CPY offers a variety of yoga classes including beginner Vinyasa yoga, advanced hot yoga and yoga sculpt, which is yoga sequences done with free weights.

The Habit Burger Grill, a fast-casual burger chain that first opened in California in 1969, will be in a 3,000 square-foot space. This will be the restaurant’s first Charlotte location.

▪ Verizon Wireless will be in a 2,000 square-foot space in the building.

▪ Bishops Cuts & Color, started in Portland, will be in a 3,000 square-foot space. Bishops, self described as “serious about hair and irreverent about most other things,” offers an a-la-carte menu of hair services, as well as a free beer for customers as they wait.

Exact opening dates for the tenants were not immediately available.

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