Steve Josovitz of The Shumacher Group Sells Kale Me Crazy Franchise at Toco Hills Shopping Center

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Steve Josovitz of The Shumacher Group Sells Kale Me Crazy Franchise at Toco Hills Shopping Center. The Shumacher Group, Inc. and Steve Josovitz represented Seller in the transaction.

Seller Info:

NAME/CONCEPT: Kale Me Crazy, is a fast growing superfood cafe and juice bar franchise. We promote healthy living through organic and natural foods. We serve wraps, salads, Acai bowls, cold pressed juices and cleanses, delicious smoothies, and energy shots. Check out our catering for your next meeting, special event or sports outing. Our motto says it all, ” Healthy habits start here.”  

Located at 2929 N Druid Hills Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30329 in the Toco Hill Shopping Center a nationally anchored center.

InTown Atlanta​ Juice, Smoothie & Healthy Bowl Franchise.

Mint Condition.


Super Hot Location.


Seating for 18.

Outdoor seating for 20.

Rent all in is $5800.

Five-year lease with 2×5 year options to renew.

A full staff of 8 plus GM, Assistant Manager. 

Absentee owned and operated. 

Books and records available upon request.

Weekly Royalty 6% + 1% marketing fee 

Franchise Transfer fee (to be paid by buyer) is $10,000

Security Deposit (to be paid by buyer) is Security deposit is $5,847.



Corporate Website

Shopping Center


NO. OF HOUSEHOLDS6,40156,757181,168
AVG. HH INCOME$112,343$118,046$119,205
  • Atlanta’s beloved shopping district, “Toco Hills” is comprised of Toco Hills Promenade and Toco Hills Shopping Center. Clyde Shepherd, the original owner of the center, named it for a term he learned while serving in Brazil during WWII. The name “Toco” means “more luck than you can imagine.” Located at the intersection of North Druid Hills and LaVista Roads, the Toco Hills totem is prominently displayed to the surrounding neighborhood. Both the Promenade and Shopping Center are designed and curated to engage the community with a collection of local and national retailers. The Promenade hosts a favorite breakfast spot, Duck Donuts and a Publix, while the shopping center offers artisan coffee from Spiller Park. 
  • Diverse mix of local, regional and national retailers
  • Located less than 1.5 miles from Emory University and Emory Health with 14,700 students and over 22,000 faculty and healthcare employees.
  • Educated, culturally diverse with higher incomes, the shoppers at Toco Hills love their neighborhood and invest in it regularly.
  • Center underwent a redevelopment creating a community gathering space that is defined by great landscaping, outdoor seating, public art, live music, decorative lighting and outdoor lounging area.


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