This historic Jacob Weiser commercial building was originally built in 1903 and handsomely rebuilt in 1922 when West Broad Street was booming. Fully renovated in 2006. Basically a turn key property -- all the hard work has been done. New bar, granite counter, one bath up and one down. This parcel is potentially surrounded by Savannah's next great urban renewel area, in the best sense of the phrase. This is the most beautifully detailed building in this section of what used to be known as West Broad Street. A small gem. Originally built as a one story shop, it seems to have had several alterations through 1922 when Jacob Weiser, a Jeweler, occupied it. There are so many great features of this building, including the handsome exterior facade with decorative white tile bricks in a creative patterned detail above the original cornice, a private exterior courtyard area, vintage interior tin ceiling, large downstairs bar, and a very nicely done upstairs bar area. This upper floor can be used as a live music venue or secondary service bar. There is also a stage area for bands, performing arts or readings, or both floors can double as nice art gallery spaces. Thomas Leather is next door to the south. Walk south to see Creative Approach's new location. They just held their grand opening September 21, 2012. You'd think you were walking into an Apple Store. According to a 2005 study that can be found on the MPC (Metropolitan Planning Commission) web site, this section of MLK has a traffic count of 19,000 cars a day! This area of what is now known as MLK has had lots of focus on it by city leaders. Universal Trading Co moved here from Franklin Square in 2012. The last General Hardware store in the landmark district, locally known as Thrifty's, is also here. We invite you to contact us today for a private showing. For information and pictures sent instantly to your mobile device: Text "395809" to 79564.
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