1912 Walton Way

1912 Walton Way Augusta, GA 30901

1912 Walton Way, Augusta, GA, 30901
1912 Walton Way, Augusta, GA, 30901
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Jun 09, 2020


  • 4706 Square Feet
  • Excellent Visibility and Access (20,500 DTC)
  • 9 Parking Spaces


The property consists of a 3230 SF Retail Showroom with a 1476 space on the second floor. The building was the former home of Second Time Around and has most recently served as a dance studio. The space on the second floor features a kitchen, a dining room area, and two bedroom/office areas. Potential use of a downstairs showroom with upstairs utilized for offices or living quarters. The property is located at the corner of Walton Way (20,500 ADT) and Mary St. in downtown Augusta, GA with close proximity to the medical district and central business district.

Located on Walton Way, in Augusta, GA. Surrounding retail includes Select Specialty Hospital, Firehouse Subs, Waffle House, Burger King and all major financial institutions. Hospitals within walking distance include University Hospital, Augusta University Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Georgia and The VA Hospital.

Year Built: 1911
Building Size: 4706.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.17 acres

Units for Lease

4706 sf
Space Available: 4706 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $5.0

Map of 1912 Walton Way, Augusta, GA, 30901

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