1415 Broad Street, Augusta, GA, 30901

1415 Broad Street Augusta, GA 30901

1415 Broad Street, Augusta, GA, 30901
1415 Broad Street, Augusta, GA, 30901
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Jan 22, 2021


  • Featuring access on three streets, including Broad (16K DTC), St. Sebastian, and Jones (one-way, 7K DTC)
  • Great access to the heart of Augusta's Downtown and the Medical District.
  • Zoned B-2 Commercial


Meybohm Commercial is proud to exclusively present this 0.42 acre development tract for sale in Downtown Augusta.​ he property is zoned B-2 Commercial.​ This lot is being sold alongside the 1.37 acre auto sales lot and garage across St. Sebastian Way.​ The lot is zoned B-2 Commercial with frontage on Broad St., Jones St., and St. Sebastian. Features great access to the heart of Augusta's Downtown and the Medical District.

Located at the intersection of Broad, Jones, and St. Sebastian, in the heart of Downtown Augusta. St. Sebastian Road is one of the main corridors connecting the Central Business District to the Medical District. Riverwatch Parkway connects to Jones St. as Individuals commuting from Martinez/Evans via Riverwater Parkway come into downtown Augusta, making this a highly trafficked intersection. 7,600 cars daily travel down Jones St. and 9,810 cars daily travel on Broad St.

Lot Size: 0.42 acres

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