Retail building adjacent to University of West Georgia available for sale or lease.

120 Oil Park Drive Carrollton, GA 30117

Attractive Retail Building
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Property Type:
Street Retail
$400,000 to $500,000
Last Verified:
Dec 23, 2015

Located within easy walking distance of the West Georgia College campus and adjacent to two popular student apartment complexes, this approximately 5,000 square foot upscale retail building is perfectly positioned to tap into the burgeoning student market. It features plumbing that can serve a restaurant, and can be divided into two spaces, each with its own separate entrance from the parking lot or street. Each side has its own HVAC system. The building is equipped with ceiling mounted cameras and speakers. Only minutes from the center of Carrollton, it sits across the street from an attractive city park and less than a block off of the heavily traveled Maple Avenue. For the retail tenant, the space is equipped with high quality merchandise display racks. Restrooms and office space are already built out. Approval has been received from the City to add an additional 2,500 square feet to the left side of the building, providing space for a third tenant.

Map of 120 Oil Park Drive, Carrollton, GA, 30117, USA


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