BurgerFi, DripBar Negotiating LOIs For The Prado

Plus a dental office and uBreakiFix are further in the process of making the Sandy Springs shopping center home
BurgerFi, DripBar Negotiating LOIs For The Prado
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The Prado shopping center in Sandy Springs could become home to at least two new tenants later this year, according to recently-minted marketing materials for the Target-anchored shopping center.

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Fast-casual burger chain BurgerFiwhich recently unveiled aggressive Atlanta-area expansion plans — and medically-supervised IV vitamin infusions clinic DripBar are negotiating Letters of Intent (LOIs) to open in The Prado, an updated site plan for the shopping center published earlier this week states.

Planned in a remodeled space adjacent to Target and The Peach Pit, BurgerFi and DripBar would open alongside a new dental office and uBreakiFix, an electronic repair shop founded in 2009. All four tenants would be new to The Prado, with the latter two having already begun lease negotiations after successfully submitting LOIs, according to the site plan.

Life Time Fitness, which operates a facility in the shopping complex, could also open its Life Time Work co-working concept in The Prado. The site plan shows Life Time Work as “proposed.”

Life Time Work already has plans to open nearby in Buckhead. The co-working concept is opening in 2022 as part of the Phipps Plaza expansion. The Buckhead location will be open alongside a 127,000 square-foot “athletic resort” under the Life Time brand.

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  1. Burgerfi not looking good here. Is there follow up you can do to confirm?
    As of 7/21 Notes per city permits say:
    Tenant Revisions for Permit no. BC21-0021 include following changes Changes include but not limited to the following; – Burgerfi is no longer a tenant changes include tenant revision to suite 130 “burgerfi” will now be future vacant space at mercantile occupancy o Include removed outdoor patio o Removed proposed new storefront entrée (existing entrée will be used)……

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