The Nook Owners Will Bring ‘Soulshine’ to Piedmont Park In Addition To Walker’s 1834

Both concepts will be housed in the Community Center.

G&M Acquisition Group, LLC, the company behind The Nook on Piedmont Park, is bringing not one but two restaurants to the Piedmont Park Community Center.

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What Now Atlanta (WNA) this week uncovered G&M’s plans for Soulshine, a “mercantile food service” concept, slated for the Community Center in addition to the group’s previously announced Walker’s 1834 concept.

The 679-square-foot to-go concept will be housed in suite A of the community center, according to permits filed with the City of Atlanta.

Details surrounding both Soulshine and Walker’s 1834 are scarce. Representatives with G&M did not immediately return WNA’s request for comment.

In 2014, Penelope Cheroff, president of Atlanta restaurant and retail brokerage The Cheroff Group Ltd. which handles leasing for the Community Center, shared with the Atlanta Business Chronicle (ABC) the Park’s plans to add space for two new restaurants.

One of the spaces—roughly 700 square feet—would “likely house a ‘grab-and-go’ concept,” Cheroff at the time told the ABC.

Soulshine’s size and concept match that description.

When reached for comment, Cheroff recommended WNA contact the Piedmont Park Conservancy, the Community Center’s landlord.

The Conservancy did not immediately return WNA’s request for comment.

Soulshine and Walker’s 1834 will join Willy’s at the Community Center.


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Space A will house Soulshine, Space B is Willy’s, and Space C will house Walker’s 1834.

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