3912 sf For Lease - Downtown Augusta

305 Eighth St. Augusta, GA 30901

305 Eighth St., Augusta, GA, 30901
305 Eighth St., Augusta, GA, 30901
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Sep 25, 2020


  • Centrally located right off of Broad St., near the Augusta Commons
  • Great lease opportunity next to Afficionados


Meybohm Commercial is pleased to present this 3,912 SF lease opportunity on Eight St. in Augusta, GA. The buildings served as a Carriage and Harness fabricating facility in the 1880's, next door to a grocery store. This building is located directly behind the Woolworth’s building. The property has heart pine floors throughout, pitched and recently recoated roofs, masonry exterior, tongue-and-groove ceilings, a recently installed-but-not-connected fire sprinkler system, a freight elevator, and access to a 10' rear alley that provides access to rear of building. Half of the second floor and all of the second has been gutted. Amazing historic property.

Located in the epicenter of growth at Eight St. between Broad and Green Streets near the Augusta Commons. The Augusta Commons are one of Augusta's main locales for festivals and events such as Arts in the Heart, Westoubou Art Festival, and the Hispanic Festival The 800 block of broad is located directly between major new developments including the $94 million dollar redevelopment of the Augusta Railroad Depot, and the $111 Million development of the Georgia Cyber Center. This property is located in an Opportunity Zone and eligible for special tax incentives.

Year Built: 1901
Building Size: 23664.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.18 acres

Units for Lease

Space Available: 3912 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Price Per Sqft/Year: $12.0

Map of 305 Eighth St., Augusta, GA, 30901

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