Downtown Cary

Downtown Residential Project Hopes to Set Example for Others

Cary, NC – Seven new houses are set for construction in Downtown Cary, as part of a project the developers say they hope will make a statement to other builders in the area. Read more

13 Residential Projects in the Works in Downtown Cary

Cary, NC – Downtown Cary has been hopping with Town-funded projects and independent retailers for the last few years. CaryCitizen has written about many of these exciting new businesses including the development of Midtown Square, Bond Brothers, Pizzeria Faulisi, Crosstown Pub and more.

This column is going to update you with information about what is developing in the residential sector.  Read more

The History and Future of the Williams House

Cary, NC – If you have been through Downtown Cary, you likely saw how the historic Williams House has moved down E Chatham Street. Learn about the house’s history, its connection to radio in the Triangle and what will become of the house in its new location. Read more

Cary Ranks Among Top Five Real Estate Markets

Cary, NC – Recent studies have shown Cary is a top location for new home buyers and movers. To cap it off, a new study from WalletHub has Cary as the fourth-best real estate market nationwide, and second best for a town of its size. Read more

Cary Ranks in Top Five Towns for New Home Buyers

Cary, NC – Cary’s population may reach 170,000 by the end of the decade as more people move in. And a new study may have a clue as to why, with Cary ranking as the fourth best place for first-time home buyers. Read more

West Cary Learns Information, Shares Concerns at Town Meeting

Cary, NC – As the piece of Cary with the most left undeveloped, West Cary is a rapidly growing part of not only the town but of Wake County. And with that growth comes new challenges and opportunities and the community shared both at a recent Cary information meeting. Read more

Stores Open at New Weston Corners

Cary, NC – This past week, the number of restaurants and other retail jumped as Weston Corners opened up in Cary off of Chapel Hill Road. Read more

Real Estate: District Lofts Open in Morrisville

Morrisville, NC – Community leaders faced rain and thunder to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Morrisville’s new apartments, District Lofts, noting how the Park West development marks something unique in the town. Read more

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Real Estate: 5 Quick Fixes for Sellers

real-estate-5-quick-fixesCary, NC – As Real Estate Agents, we often get asked “What are some of the best updates or renovations I can make for my home?”  Here are 5 Quick Fixes to help your house get that “updated” look. Read more

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Whole Foods Signs Up for 15 More Years at Waverly

Cary, NC — RP Realty Partners, LLC,  has announced the renewal of Whole Foods Market for an additional 15 years at Waverly Place in Cary. Rejoice, foodies!

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Whole Foods Renovation

Whole Foods Market has been the anchor at Waverly since 1999 and is set for a multi-million dollar interior renovation. RP Realty, based in California, plans to do a multi-million dollar exterior renovation that includes a new facade and updated parking lot.

“We are so thrilled to extend the Whole Foods Market lease. They are an integral part of Waverly Place and are a strong anchor to making the center successful,” says Jenn Olevitch, Director of Leasing for RP Realty Partners.

2 Boutiques to Open

In addition to the Whole Foods Market renewal, Olevitch has also signed Gigi’s Boutique and Finley’s Boutique as tenants at Waverly.

Relocating from across the street at Crescent Commons, Gigi’s Boutique offers affordable fashions for everyday lifestyles. Finley’s Boutique will offer women’s fashions from more notable brands.

Both stores are family owned by Cheryl Reinert. They are Waverly’s first clothing boutiques since its renovation. Both boutiques are slated to open in late summer. Reinert has been in business since 2008 with Gigi’s Boutique, naming both stores after her oldest granddaughters.

 “In addition to these two new boutiques we are currently in negotiations with several more specialty retailers and restaurants and have a great deal of momentum with getting the unique and diverse mix of restaurants and retailers that is setting Waverly Place apart from other centers in our market” said Olevitch.

Newly opened stores include Green Pea Baby, relocating from Apex and Barberito’s Southwestern Grille & Cantina. In August, bothWhisk~Kitchenware & Cooking Classes and Esteem Me Montessori & Creative Play are set to open.

For the full slate of merchants, visit WaverlyCary.com.

Events at Waverly

Waverly Place has kicked off their summer season with their signature events including the Waverly Farmers Market, Wind Down Wednesdays, plein air painting and more.

Waverly Place’s signature events have doubled their attendance this year due in large part to the growing interest in both the location and new tenants.

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Community coverage is sponsored in part by Waverly Place in Cary.