201 Chickamauga Ave, Rossville, GA, 30741

201 Chickamauga Ave Rossville, GA 30741

201 Chickamauga Ave, Rossville, GA, 30741
201 Chickamauga Ave, Rossville, GA, 30741
Property Type:
Street Retail
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Last Verified:
Sep 13, 2018


This 1930 building is in the heart of Rossville, GA and is ripe for redevelopment. It has two floors and looks to be a very solidly built building. It is on the corner and very prominent. It is all brick and emcompasses the whole lot. It has an adjacent building on one side. There are two primary floors. The first floor ceilings are about 16 feet high and the second floor ceilings are about 13 feet high. Part of the first floor has a mezzanine 2nd floor.

At $37/sf this building could be retrofitted into modern office, retail or multifamily. Chickamauga Ave/Rossville Ave has over 22,000 vehicles per day (VPD) of traffic.

Some of the first floor is used currently as a resale shop. The second floor has not been used in many years. At one point there was a restaurant in the side of the building. The upstairs was last used as office space.

Agent measured the building to be approximately 8,100 sf, differing from
the tax card 8,594 sf.

Chickamauga Ave and Short St

Year Built: 1930
Building Size: 8100.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.1 acres

Map of 201 Chickamauga Ave, Rossville, GA, 30741

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