Sandy Springs GA Restaurant & Bar for Sale w/Patio.
Hi Traffic Roswell Road Location.
Nationally Anchored Center.
Middle to very high incomes.
The area is high density.
Fully Equipped Turnkey for almost any concept except existing restaurants in Cemter.
Seating for 75.
Outdoor seating for 40.
The rent is $7421.50 all in.
A long-term lease with the option to renew for an additional term gives security and peace of mind.
Sale includes all furniture, fixtures, equipment, and right to negotiate a Lease Assignment.
Business is not included in sale.
Priced at $135,000.
Sandy Springs is a city in northern Fulton County, Georgia and an inner ring suburb of Atlanta. The city’s population was 108,080 at the 2020 census, making it Georgia’s seventh-largest city. It is the site of several corporate headquarters, including UPS, Newell Brands, Inspire Brands, Focus Brands, Cox Enterprises, and Mercedes-Benz USA‘s corporate offices.
The boundaries of Sandy Springs are Atlanta to the south, Cobb County (at the Chattahoochee River) to the west and north, Roswell (also at the river) to the north, and Dunwoody and Brookhaven, at the DeKalb County line, to the east. A small panhandle in the northeast extends between the Chattahoochee River to the north and Dunwoody to the south, ending in a very small border with Peachtree Corners in the extreme western edge of Gwinnett County.
2020 census ( does not include daytime office and business marketplace )
|Black or African American (non-Hispanic)||19,773||18.29%|
|Hispanic or Latino||14,740||13.64%|
As of the 2020 United States census, there were 108,080 people, 52,820 households, and 25,861 families residing in the city.
The largest employers within Sandy Springs are hospitals, headquarters and regional offices from a variety of industries including computer related services, package delivery, telecommunications, media, and financial transaction processing.
Sandy Springs is home to three hospitals: Northside Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, comprising 40 percent of the hospital beds in the region.
According to the city’s 2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are:
|#||Employer||# of employees|
|3||United Parcel Service||2,072|
Major roads and expressways
Sandy Springs is served by two major limited-access highways, Georgia 400 − which runs north–south − and I-285 − which runs east–west. Major surface streets include Roswell Road (U.S. 19 south of I-285 and Georgia 9 entirely), Hammond Drive, Spalding Drive, Johnson Ferry Road, Abernathy Road, Glenridge Drive, and Dunwoody Club Drive.
Roswell Road is considered the “main street” of the city, with a majority of residents living within 2 miles of the corridor. It connects Roswell at the Chattahoochee River to the north into the Buckhead to the south. It runs through the heart of Downtown Sandy Springs, with the City Springs complex being located on the highway.
Recently completed major road projects include the widening of Abernathy Road between Johnson Ferry and Roswell Roads from two lanes to four plus a road median. The western intersection has been reconfigured so that traffic to and from Johnson Ferry Road − which carries heavy loads of Cobb County commuters across the Chattahoochee River at rush hour− now flows directly with Abernathy to and from the northwest. Additionally, the Roswell Road bridge over I-285 has been widened to add a turn lane in each direction. There had previously been talk of a tunnel under the freeway to bypass the highway interchange altogether, however this proved to be much too expensive. Another state project is the addition of a half-diamond interchange to Georgia 400 on the north side of Hammond Drive, allowing southbound traffic to exit and northbound traffic to enter the highway. (Ramps on the south side were not possible due to the proximity of the 400/285 interchange.)
The city’s public works department has made significant improvements in the conditions of roads and traffic signals since incorporation in December 2005. The department has cleaned approximately 1,500 catch basins, striped 30 miles (48 km) of roadway, responded to more than 2,000 calls for repair and service, re-timed hundreds of traffic lights to help improve the flow of traffic and reduce automobile idling, and repaved 60 mi (97 km) of roads.
The 2008 fiscal year saw the creation of the Sandy Springs Traffic Management Center (TMC). The TMC was constructed and began to operate in less than six months. Construction began in February 2008, five cameras viewed traffic along Roswell Road by the end of June. Special features of the TMC include a webpage that allows the public access to real-time traffic conditions and voice-activated controls. By June 2009, 16 traffic cameras are now available and can be viewed online at the city’s website.
The major provider of mass transit is MARTA, which operates a heavy rail rapid transit line and several bus lines through Sandy Springs. The city is served by the Medical Center, Sandy Springs and North Springs stations. The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority also operates express buses from the North Springs station (which has its own ramps to and from 400) to other counties.
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