Asian-Fusion Restaurant ‘CO’ To Join 675 N. Highland Development

he Charleston, SC-based concept could open Spring 2017 in Poncey-Highland.

The Charleston, SC-based concept could open Spring 2017 in Poncey-Highland.

UPDATE (June 6, 2017): Scope the Menu for CO Restaurant, Now Open in Poncey-Highland

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The 675 N. Highland development has scored its second first-to-market restaurant.

Charleston, SC-based CO, an “Asian-fusion” restaurant, has signed on to open its first Atlanta location in the Poncey-Highland project, SRS Real Estate Partners (SRS), the team that secured the lease for the eatery, told What Now Atlanta (WNA) in an email Tuesday.

CO would join another Atlanta first – Rize Artisan Pizza + Salads – which opened its doors at 675 N. Highland Monday.

CO offers a pan-Asian menu serving items like banh mi, pho, ramen, dumplings, as well as sushi and signature cocktails.

Founded in 2012, CO has since expanded to Myrtle Beach, Savannah, and Charlotte. Atlanta will be the fifth location for CO, and will be located at the northern endcap of the project near the intersection of North Highland Avenue and Ponce De Leon Avenue.

The 2,965-square-foot restaurant would include a patio and is scheduled to open in spring 2017.

Adrienne Crawford and Lily H. Heimburger, both vice presidents with SRS Real Estate Partners represent the Landlord, Abraham Properties. Henry Poer, vice president at CBRE, represented the Tenant.

CO's Charleston location.
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CO’s Charleston location.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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3 years ago

“CO” in Vietnamese may mean Feast, but when I see it, I think “Carbon Monoxide.”

3 years ago

Looking forward to new choices as VI Hi is so stale. The growth will be Ponce To Inman via N Highland . Ponce to morningside via N Highland is dead.

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