Prime Greene Street Downtown Augusta Development Site

567 Greene Street Augusta, GA 30901

567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901
567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901 567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901 567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901 567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901 567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Commercial Land Development
Amount:
$97,470
Last Verified:
Feb 12, 2024

Highlights

  • List Price: $97,470
  • .08 Acres
  • B2 Zoning

Description

Meybohm Commercial Properties is proud to present this .08 Acre Development Site in Downtown Augusta. Located across the street from the Augusta Municipal Building, in the epicenter of Downtown's professional district. The property is located next door to the brunch house at Sixth and Greene, and located amongst many attorneys and others professionals on Greene Street. The property is zoned B2 Commercial and would be appropriate for most commercial development.

Located in Downtown Augusta directly across from Augusta-Richmond County Municipal. The property is located moments from Downtown dining and entertainment, and a few blocks from Augusta's medical district and new Class A multifamily developments. This property is located in an Opportunity Zone and eligible for special tax incentives.

Lot Size: 0.08 acres


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Sales Brochure 567 Greene St

Map of 567 Greene Street, Augusta, GA, 30901

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