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Courtney Brumbelow, CCIM Ackerman & Co.
12680 Crabapple Rd.
Light, bright and airy. This space has historic charm and is suited for many retail or concepts. Great space for a home decor store, clothing boutique, antique store in the hear of Milton with fantastic Crabapple Road exposure.
12670 Crabapple Rd., Suite 220
Originally home to Abundant Life Wellness until the business vacated to take her business on the road. We will surely miss her but we are looking forward to helping another business find the perfect home at Crabapple Market!
12640 Crabapple Rd., Suite 220
Floor to ceiling windows featured in the 2nd floor spaces. Beautiful arched windows windows featured in the 3rd floor spaces. Views overlooking The Green & Milton City Hall, in the heart of Crabapple, in Downtown Milton.
Space will be available from 1,200 sf and up. Office. Restaurant. Retail.
The Crabapple community would love to see any of the following:
Wine Bar | Cigar Shop | Art Supply Store | etc...
1st Generation Spaces are delivered as a "warm vanilla shell", which consists of the following:
One restroom, per code
Perimeter walls sheet-rocked to 12' above finished floor, taped, sanded, and primed
Concrete floor slab
200 amp electrical service, distributed per code, on perimeter walls
Florescent 4’ x 2’ lighting fixtures, per code
HVAC distributed at one ton per 400 SF
Water, gas, cable, and telephone service, stubbed to the rear of the premises
Ceiling height estimates:
1st Floor: 12'-6" to the bottom of the largest I-beam
2nd Floor: 10'-6" to the bottom of the largest I-beam | the 2nd floor features stunning floor to ceiling windows |
3rd Floor: 12'-6" to the bottom of the largest I-beam
“ For 40 years the cachet for Crabapple had always been quaint and charming with good antiques stores. Well, Crabapple has grown along with the rest of Milton and now looks poised to parlay its charm to become a signature destination for all of North Fulton.”
— The Milton Herald