Business: Two Broad Street properties and three Turner McCall Boulevard office buildings all on the auction block May 16.

Business: Two Broad Street properties and three Turner McCall Boulevard office buildings all on the auction block May 16.

Auction signs were up Saturday on the backside of 241 Broad St. The property will be auctioned on May 16. Hometown photo.
The old Masters Antiques building at 241 Broad St. between Top Hat and Crawdaddy’s Seafood Grill will be auctioned May. 16. Google photo.

Dempsey Auction Company will be holding a multi-parcel auction on May 16 featuring two Broad Street properties and three Turner McCall Boulevard buildings, along with a few other land parcels and single-family homes. On the auction block are 241 Broad Street, the old Masters Antique shop located between Top Hat Formal Wear and Crawdaddy’s Seafood Grill; and 110/112 Broad Street,¬†a vacant building that was renovated over two years ago for a wood-fired pizza restaurant that never opened.

“We’re doing a multi-parcel sell that will increase exposure for all the properties,” says Lou Dempsey with Dempsey Auction. “All the properties compliment each other, so if someone goes for one office building, but doesn’t win the auction, there will be other office buildings available they can bid on.”

Three buildings at 1903, 1905 and 1907 Turner McCall Boulevard are also on the market. Hometown photo.

Three office buildings at 1903, 1905 and 1907 Turner McCall Boulevard owned by Jason Free are also up for auction. The buildings have been leased to various businesses since the Northwest Georgia Keller Williams Realty moved their offices to Second Avenue a few years ago.

Dempsey says complete descriptions for each property will soon be available online. Private viewings of each property can be scheduled by calling Dempsey at 706-291-0746. Interested buyers can pre-register online prior to the May 16 auction that will be held at 2 p.m. at the 110/112 Broad Street building.

110/112 Broad Street was to be the home of Palladino’s Wood-Fired Pizza restaurant, but restaurant never opened in 2017. Hometown photo.

More about 110/112 Broad Street: Dempsey says the property does include fully-furnished kitchen with two brand new brick ovens and coolers. The property can be auctioned as a whole or they reserve the right to separate the equipment and sell individually.  Large restaurant/bar with large room in the back for pool tables or other entertainment. Kitchen is furnished with fryers two brand new brick ovens, coolers and more. Tables and stools are ready for business. Roll up delivery door in the back.

 

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