Cartersville Crossing Retail & Restaurant Space

407 - 453 East Main St Cartersville, GA 30121

407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121
407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121 407 - 453 East Main St , Cartersville, GA, 30121
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Cartersville Crossing is a 97,702 square foot shopping center sitting on 11.77 acres, built in 1988 and renovated in 2019. It is anchored by Academy Sports with many long-term retail tenants such as Bealls, Dollar Tree, DaVita and Firehouse Subs. 2,500 -13,581 sq ft retail space available and 3,012 sqft restaurant space w/ grease trap available in this major power center with 20,000+ VPD. Cartersville Crossing is conveniently situated on the corner of Joe Frank Harris Pkwy and E Main St in Cartersville. Situated within the main retail corridor of Cartersville, this property traffic count is over 20,000 VPD.  2,500, 13,581 and 3,012 sqft retail spaces available Attractive lease rates Major tenants include Academy Sports, Party City, Bealls, Wingstop, Dollar Tree, DaVita and Firehouse Subs TI allowances High traffic count

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