Gekko Sushi and Lounge Atlanta for Lease – Next to Ponce City Market & Whole Foods $69,000

by Steven Josovitz

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(This is an Open and Operating Business.  Please do not make any attempt to contact Staff, Management, Landlord and or Ownership. Documentation and Inspections will be provided upon request)

Gekko Sushi and Lounge is located at  620 Glen Iris Dr NE C, Atlanta, GA 30308.

Directly next door to Ponce City Market and steps away from large shopping center  Whole Foods and Home Deposit as nationally anchors.

Fully Equipped Profitable Business.

Keep or Concept to any Concept.

3200/sf.

Rent $10,000 all in with long term lease.

Seating for almost 100 plus full bar.

Well established.

Dedicated parking.

Landlord owns most  equipment which is included in lease to use.

Seller at this price is not showing any books and records other then expenses.

Keep as is or convert.

Priced at $69,000.

About Seller:

Gekko sushi is a Japanese sushi restaurant offering about 50-60 different sushi rolls.  There are also about two dozen nigiri (fish over rice)/sashimi (raw fish slices) offered including O-Toro (fattiest portion of bluefin tuna belly), hotate (sea scallop), and uni (sea urchin) or Amebi (sweet shrimp).  The latter four aren’t offered at most run-of-the-mill (cheap) sushi joints, so it’s nice that they’re available here.  Other notable selections include chirashi bowls (assorted sushi over rice), bento boxes (combo meals), tempura and teriyaki dishes, and noodle soups such as ramen and udon.

We have the free customer parking available

More info about area:

Ponce City Market is a mixed-use development located in a historic building in Atlanta, with national and local retail anchors, restaurants, a food hall, boutiques and offices, and residential units. It is located where the BeltLine crosses Ponce de Leon Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward where that neighborhood touches the Virginia HighlandPoncey-Highland and Midtown neighborhoods. The 2,100,000-square-foot (200,000 m2) building, one of the largest by volume in the Southeast United States, was used by Sears, Roebuck and Co. from 1926–1987 and later by the City of Atlanta as “City Hall East”. The building’s lot covers 16 acres (65,000 m2). It officially opened on August 25, 2014.[2][3] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.

(This is an Open and Operating Business.  Please do not make any attempt to contact Staff, Management, Landlord and or Ownership. Documentation and Inspections will be provided upon request)

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