[tab title=”Property Description/Location” icon=”chevron-right”]The Shops at Old Campbell are located at 8420 Senoia Rd., Fairburn, GA. The location is Highway 74 (Senoia Rd) just south of Milam Rd. Senoia Road (highway 74) is the gateway to Peachtree City and Tyrone. The average daily traffic count (most current DOT 2008) is 28,040.
The Zoning for this complex is C2 Commercial.
[tab title=”Available Retail Space” icon=”chevron-right”]Current available space is 16,000 square feet with the minimum divisible space of 1,200 square feet. The available spaces are perfect for almost any retail commercial business.[/tab]
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[mini-icon icon=”play”] The lease base would be a modified gross with a small CAM and a minimum.
[mini-icon icon=”play”] Lease would be a three (3) year term.
[mini-icon icon=”play”] The current tenants are Subway, Ohio Hog Co., and Placita Mexico Market.
[mini-icon icon=”play”] A coin laundry is in the planning stages to become a tenant.
Restrictions apply for like kind business of our current tenants.
[tab title=”City of Fairburn” icon=”chevron-right”]Welcome to Fairburn, Georgia. Fairburn, located just 25 minutes south of Atlanta is a city with a thriving business community. With easy access to I-85, Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and the CSX Intermodal Terminal, Fairburn is perfectly positioned for all your business and personal needs.
We know you’re busy and have probably visited a number of sites in search of the perfect location for your business. Our website has been designed with you in mind. Our goal is to provide comprehensive, up-to-date information allowing you to effectively evaluate Fairburn as a location for business. And so we’ll cut right to the chase – here’s an overview of what you’ll find on this website.
Fairburn’s features include:
- Reasonable industrial land just off the Interstate with low taxes
- Industrial and office buildings available now
- One-stop permitting with a business-friendly government
- Electric power costs – among the lowest in the Southeast
- Fiber optic cable throughout our industrial parks
- GMC Community College, Brenau University, excellent private schools and Fulton County Schools are all located within out city
- Strong non-union labor base
- High quality of life community
- A Nature Preserve and Mitigation Bank
Fairburn is a city which can be counted on to get the job done for development projects with demanding schedules. Fairburn is ‘open for business’ and you can always expect that projects you bring our way will be welcomed by a group of dedicated, enthusiastic, professionals who will extend every effort on your behalf.
The population of Fairburn is almost 14,000and has increased 94.6% since 2000.
The city covers 17.05 square miles.
Fairburn city boundaries have increased by over 6,000 acres since 2000.
Fairburn’s cost of living index in 2007 was 84.7 less than the U.S. average of 100.
Fairburn’s median income in 2008 was $53,513 up from $39,679 in 2000 and better than Georgia’s median of $50,861.
Fairburn is a transportation and logistics hub.
Fairburn is located in South Fulton County and is in the Atlanta Metropolitan area.
Fairburn is just ten miles south of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Fairburn offers a business-friendly one-stop permitting process.
Fairburn’s downtown is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Quality of Life
Fairburn has grown from a sleepy town of 4,000 residents to a bustling city of almost 14,000 citizens in the last ten years. In spite of this phenomenal growth we have never lost our friendly small town charm and our sense of family and community. Fairburn maintains a traditional small town atmosphere coupled with the sophisticated advantages of a nearby metropolitan area.
We are proud of our community’s heritage, achievements and its potential for the future. We believe Fairburn is a special place – an ideal small city – large enough to provide excellent service but small enough to know and care about its citizens and members of our business community.
The median price for homes in Fairburn is $148,000.
Fairburn is home to GMC Community College, Brenau University and Landmark Christian School, known for its stellar college preparatory curriculum. The city is also served by the Fulton County School System.
Fairburn Nature Preserve and Mitigation Bank
Our 310 acres Nature Preserve Property has been designated for environmentally sensitive uses such as education, wetland mitigation, water resource preservation and future groundwater exploration.
The Farmers’ Market is open from May through October in downtown Fairburn and features fresh produce grown by local farmers from South Fulton and adjoining counties. Local musicians provide entertainment.
Durham Lakes Golf Club
Durham Lakes Country Club was voted one of Georgia’s Top 100 Must Play Courses by Golf Styles Magazine of Atlanta. The layout features four sets of tees to match any player’s experience and skill level. The back tees boast total yardage of nearly 7,100 yards and presents a challenging test of golf for even the best golfer.
The Georgia Renaissance Festival brings a quarter million people to Fairburn each spring to celebrate days of chivalry.
Cochran Mill Nature Center
Located just outside Fairburn city limits the center features hands-on exploration, interactive games, interpretive trail hikes, wildlife demonstrations and Nature Day Camp Programs for children ages 4-13.
[tab title=”Real Estate Contact” icon=”chevron-right”][icon icon=”next” align=”left”] CONTACT: JOHN DAVIS at (404) 456-3857 for pricing and additional information.[/tab]
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