Dotan Zuckerman, a hospitality leasing veteran turned developer, has plans to build The Flatiron on Main Street in downtown Woodstock.
The new mixed-use building, at 205 E Main Street, will offer ground-level and rooftop dining, plus three floors of Class-A loft office space.
Situated where Rope Mill Road and Main Street converge, The Flatiron on Main Street will replace a produce stand and STR Transmission.
“This will be the most significant project downtown Woodstock has seen in over a decade,” Zuckerman in an interview this week told What Now Atlanta.
Two street-level restaurant spaces—4,239 square feet and 3,716 square feet—will be complete with a wraparound patio and the 3,500-square-foot rooftop restaurant space will offer views of historic downtown Woodstock.
Three floors of office space—8,500 square feet each—will sit sandwiched between the restaurants below and above.
Zuckerman, whose resume includes hospitality leasing for the likes of North American Properties (Atlantic Station, Avalon, Colony Square) is “working with a medical office tenant and a bad-ass in-town restaurant group” for The Flatiron on Main Street.
It’s “too early to announce” those tenants as lease negotiations are underway, but Zuckerman has built connections with the metro area’s key restauranteurs over the years, securing leases for some of the state’s most prominent developments.
“I typically invest in in-town properties but when I discovered downtown Woodstock I fell in love with the high-street feel, walkability, and charm of the historic downtown Main Street.”