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This could be 801 North 23rd Street

$1400 / 1400ft2 – New Restaurant Space Available! (Church Hill) 801 N. 23rd st. 1400sq ft space available with hood already in place (though hood is rather old). In addition to the interior square footage, there is a large area where an outdoor dining deck can be built. The area is prime for a great sandwich/light fare/brunch spot and this property is well-located in Union Hill and close to MCV and downtown. Located just 2 blocks from Roosevelt, 3 blocks from Alamo BBQ, this can be the next “destination restaurant”. The property will be fully renovated (exterior, electrical, plumbing, hvac, etc) but ideally restaurant tenant would be responsible for their own build-out. Call Nathan Hughes at 804-349-1000 or 804-358-5543 x13 for more info and to see the property. Everything is negotiable. I am looking to bring a quality operation to the area that will be here for the long-term.

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5 comments

SEW 01/09/2013 at 8:21 AM

This rendering looks great. Definitely an improvement over what exists there now. Would be nice to see something great go into that building…

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Houdon 01/09/2013 at 12:35 PM

Very excited for this development. We’ve also gotten word from the City that infrastructure improvements to support that commercial node and the new Era Vintage one block up on Venable are imminent.

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Dave Seibert 01/09/2013 at 5:39 PM

I am very excited as well about seeing this area come to life with Era Vintage and the renovation of this building on 23rd.

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Dear Neighbor 01/09/2013 at 7:45 PM

This looks great. The restoration of the original windo configuration gets props. It’s all about street level active uses.

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Matt Jarreau 01/09/2013 at 8:25 PM

Agreed! This will be an amazing improvement compared to whats there now. I can’t wait to see this building renovated and occupied.

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