Excellent opportunity for restaurant, brewery, wine bar, or other consumer business on historic Chardon Square. Part of the Randall Block which was built in 1868 after the great Chardon fire. Totally rebuilt façade in 2017 that combines the historic nature of the building with modern touches like fully-opening glass doors to access sidewalk dining. Beautiful marble interior, attention-drawing mosaic, and pressed tin ceiling preserved from building’s long-ago home of Chardon Savings Bank. Great bones for you to design the space to fit your dreams.
Chardon, as a city, and the Square, in particular, is a robust and growing place to plant your business with many new restaurants, stores, and the busy attraction of the Geauga Theater. Chardon is promoting growth with a business-friendly administration providing Uptown Retail Business Grants (chardon.cc/132/Economic-Development). Revitalization District Liquor Permits are available. Join the excitement that is making Chardon an entertainment and dining destination!
109 Main Street is 3600 square feet evenly divided between the Main Street level and the lower level (both 90 X 20) which actually opens on the alley and was the one-time home of the Alley Bar. Monthly lease will be $3,500.00 per month. Building owner will participate in build out of interior. For further information, please, contact Ed Babcock at 440-666-6656 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Located on the southwestern corner of Chardon Square in the heart of Geauga County, this is the perfect atmosphere and location for your current or new business venture. High traffic, easy parking, centrally located in a growing area of a terrific community!
Restaurant, Bar, Brewery, Gastropub! We'll build the interior to suit you! 3,600 sq/ft of above ground interior. All new fascia, balcony, windows and exterior doors.
109 Main Street and looking up Main.
"This storefront at 109 Main St. shows one of the most recent renovation projects on Chardon Square, undertaken by Junction Auto owners Connie and Ed Babcock. The couple is credited with being instrumental in the community’s renaissance. The space is targeted for a restaurant on the lower level and residential tenants on the second."
"Although the front is narrow, the unit that shares walls with Antiques on the Square to the south and Jasmine Dragons on the north is deep and spacious, with high ceilings and loads of potential."