Building housing O’Charley’s in Rome on the market; restaurant remains open with no changes pending.

Building housing O’Charley’s in Rome on the market; restaurant remains open with no changes pending.

O’Charley’s opened in Rome in August 2014 and is known for several things, including its weekend prime rib special and free pie Wednesday.

 

A key building is for sale on on Turner McCall — but nothing is changing when it comes to the business it houses.

The home of O’Charley’s at 737 Turner McCall Blvd. is priced at $2,825,000. Built in 2007, it covers around 7,000 square feet with frontage along Turner McCall Boulevard. It opened as O’Charley’s four years ago this month after first being a Santa Fe Cattle Co. location followed briefly by a Mexican restaurant. It anchors a retail area that also includes Blue Fin, Firehouse Sub, Jandy’s and other retailers.

Wayne Robinson, a longtime developer who’s branched into the restaurant business, says this is real estate only and doesn’t include the franchise he brought to Rome. Robinson owns several businesses on Broad Street housing local concepts including Crawdaddy’s. Most recently, he renovated 247 Broad St. and rechristened it The Vogue, an event facility exclusively leased to Harvest Moon Cafe.

Up next for Robinson:  A proposal before the city of Rome to develop 2.2 acres on West Third Street adjacent to the Courtyard. Planned are retail, apartments and topped by condos. For more on that, click West Third (story) / renderings

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