Construction to Build-Out Jersey Mike’s Sub Shop in Edgewood Retail District Will Begin Soon

Converting the space from retail to restaurant will cost $457,500.
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Significant construction will soon be underway at the Edgewood Retail District to convert 1,724 square feet of retail space, at 1250 Caroline Street, to a Jersey Mike’s Subs restaurant, according to permits filed with the City of Atlanta.

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The Jersey Mike’s will likely be replacing the now-shuttered Sole Shoes and Accessories, which is currently the center’s ‘sole’ vacancy, a representative from the Edgewood Retail District management office shared.

Project specs detail $457,500 worth of conversion including a grease trap install, full kitchen equipment, and a 34-seat dining area.

The Edgewood Retail District is anchored by Target, Lowe’s, and Bed, Bath and Beyond in addition to numerous retail and restaurants, two of them similar fast-casual sandwich slingers, Subway, and American Deli.

The Jersey Mike’s franchisees shared with What Now Atlanta on a phone call that they expect to be signing the lease next week.

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Kamille D. Whittaker

Kamille D. Whittaker is an Atlanta-based journalist, editor and researcher.
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Art VanDelay
8 months ago

Great, just what the town needs, another crappy sub shop. More shredded iceberg lettuce, please.

Link Odier
8 months ago

*barfs*

Newman
8 months ago

I’ll likely give it a try. But I’m not thrilled about this either! Firehouse Subs would have been superior competition to the Subway across the street.

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