Chattahoochee Food Works - food hall in Atlanta

terra alma announces spaces for three food vendors to join Chattahoochee Food Works, an eclectic food hall in Atlanta’s Upper Westside. To complement the existing mix of stateside and international foods, the real estate brokerage is looking for restaurants featuring ethnic cuisines, including Greek, Persian, Mediterranean or Indian cuisines.

“Atlanta’s food halls are known for cultivating local talent,” said Edie Weintraub, Founder and Chief Community Builder of terra alma. “This is an excellent opportunity for an emerging brand to show Atlanta what it can do in an exciting environment.”

Located in the historic Makers Building on Chattahoochee Avenue northwest of downtown, Chattahoochee Food Works is a 31-vendor, 26,000-square-foot food hall and event space. Guests love the informal community atmosphere, where they can try a variety of affordable food options quickly. Access is easy, and parking is always free, whether surface level or in the multi-level parking deck.

The three available food stalls provide a one-stop shop with hood and utilities included, ready for the new vendors to personalize with their own equipment. The lucky newcomers will gain exposure alongside popular brands such as Your 3rd Spot, Fox Bros. BBQ, Ballard Designs and more. The current food vendors are Patty & Franks, Bahn Mi Station, Unbelibubble Tea House, The Pearl Station, Delilah’s, Baked Kitchen, Philly G Steaks, Taqueria La Luz, Sakura Ramen, Tyde and Tate and Belen de la Cruz.

Chattahoochee Food Works is located at 1235 Chattahoochee Avenue NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318. Hours are Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Emerging restaurant brands interested in a stall at Chattahoochee Food Works can contact terra alma at 404-436-1045.

Restauranteurs or retailers interested in spaces encouraging activation and community should reach out to terra alma via phone at 404-436-1045 or by visiting www.terraalma.com.

terra alma is a woman-owned boutique real estate advisory focused on building community through thoughtful connectivity of local, emerging and inspiring brands. terra alma curates space for emerging retail and restaurant brands and advises owners and developers on growth and expansion. Scouting locations throughout the Southeast, terra alma focuses on adaptive reuse, main street development and mixed-use projects. For more information, call 404-436-1045 or visit www.terraalma.com.

 

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