890 E Broad Street Athens, GA 30601

890 E Broad Street, Athens, GA, 30601
890 E Broad Street, Athens, GA, 30601 890 E Broad Street, Athens, GA, 30601
Property Type:
Other Land
Cap Rate:
Last Verified:
Jan 17, 2024


  • Downtown Athens Redevelopment area with shopping & restaurants
  • Across from the new Classic Center Arena & Amphitheater
  • Excellent site for a brewery
  • Walking distance to UGA campus and Sanford Stadium
  • All utilities available


The property consists of .53 acres and an existing 3,060 sf garage-service repair building. The property is zoned Commercial-Downtown (C-D) which allows 200 bedrooms per acre and a maximum FAR of 5.0 with a maximum building height of 100 ft. There is roughly 109 ft of frontage on E. Broad Street and roughly 211 ft on Pottery St. There is a steam on south west corner of the property. All utilities are available.

Property is located at 890 East Broad St. It's located in the high growth Downtown Athens Redevelopment area with an abundance of shopping and restaurants. Property has frontage on both E Broad St and Pottery St. The location is within walking distance to UGA and N Oconee River Park, and it is located across from the new Classic Center Arena & Amphitheater.

Lot Size: 0.53 acres


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