Exisiting Pizza Restaurant Site and Building For Sale

337 Moreland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30307

337 Moreland Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30307
337 Moreland Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30307
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Jun 18, 2018


  • 4400 SF Existing Restaurant Space
  • 32 Off Street Parking including 2 accessible
  • 32,000 Vehicles pass in front daily
  • Fully built out and operating kitchen
  • Liquor License is current


This prime property located in the heart of Little Five Points - an area known for being walkable to retail and restaurants/bars/theaters - is practically new construction. The building is designed to blend in with the adjacent structures. The site contains 32 off-street parking spaces (includes 2 accessbile) in a lot situated behind the building. The existing restaurant will stay in place and lease back the building.
The industrial-vibe building includes a 2nd story rooftop bar, and a 4 season indoor/outdoor deck with fantastic views of the sunset and Downtown Atlanta.
If interested please be considerate of the current business, and give a courtesy call to the Broker before visiting the Property.

Seated in the heart of Little 5 Points just south of the intersection of McLendon, Euclid and Moreland Avenues.

Year Built: 2009
Building Size: 4400.0sq ft
Lot Size: 0.44 acres

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