Tenth Street Ventures, the new owner of the four-story building that housed Tin Lizzy’s in Midtown, at 1136 Crescent Ave. NE, is looking to give the space a swanky facelift—as long as there’s a new tenant to go with it.
Tin Lizzy’s opted to not renew its lease on the 5,400-square-foot corner unit and instead has relocated down the street with an expected July debut in its new home.
The renderings of what the space could look like with a new tenant are “somewhat conceptual,” Lily H. Heimburger, senior vice president of SRS Real Estate Partners, the firm leasing the space, told What Now Atlanta in an email this week.
“We are going to work with the tenant,” Heimburger said.
In addition to sourcing a new tenant for the massive multi-leveled restaurant space, complete with a 1,400-square-foot patio that sits below two stories of residential units, Tenth Street is also in the planning stages of a six-story multi-family complex that would sit on the same block.
The yet-to-be-named, 40-unit residential building, would be finished off with a 13,225-square-foot rooftop space that “can be built out for any concept.”
Heimburger is also seeking a tenant for that space that hasn’t yet been built.
Slater Hospitality, the company behind The Roof at Ponce City Market (PCM), could be a good target for the space.
Slater is making rooftop concepts its focus with a venture planned for The Interlock that could rival the facility at PCM.