1st Generation Restaurant | Edgewood Avenue | Abundant Street Level and Rooftop Patio Space

377 Edgewood Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30312

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  • New two-level structure totaling 5,074 SF could house a different concept on each level (from a single operator)
  • Space A (ground floor): 2,959 SF plus 335 SF of enclosed patio (3,294 total leasable SF)
  • Space B (second floor): 1,165 SF plus 615 SF of covered rooftop patio (1,780 total leasable SF)
  • Ceiling heights on new structure will range from 11 to 15 feet
  • Delivered as shell with HVAC | 400 Amps | 1500g grease trap
  • 5-10 parking spaces depending on layout
  • Excellent location with frontage on Edgewood Avenue
  • Situated within one of the most popular restaurant and nightlife areas of Atlanta
  • Close proximity to the Atlanta Beltline (1/2 mile) and Downtown Atlanta (<1 mile)
  • Close proximity to Georgia State University (<1 mile) and Waldo’s Old Fourth Ward 200,000 mixed-use development (1/4 mile)


Current structure undergoing complete overhaul and expansion with Q2 2023 expected delivery

This property is positioned in Atlanta's Edgewood neighborhood.

Year Built: 2023
Building Size: 5074sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres


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Units for Lease

Restaurant + Enclosed Patio
Space Available: 3294 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $40.00
Rooftop Bar + Covered Patio
Space Available: 1780 SF
Lease Type: NNN

Price Per Sqft/Month: $40.00

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