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Re-Zoning Approved For Old Mill On Bradley Street

Bradley Street Mill

Update as of 4/30/15 :

Per Planning Documents online, Construction is expect to start in June of this year next to The AMP for new loft style apartments at 202 Bradley Street.

Update as of 12/1/14 :

Re-zoning request approved for 202 Bradley Street earlier this afternoon (12/1)  during the Mayor and Council Meeting. This is the old Bradley Street Mill building. 3 Retail spaces would be available upstairs and 11 loft apartment units downstairs. This is an exciting project that we have been following for quite sometime on The Carrollton Menu website. Look for more developments in the coming months!

Update as of 9/30/14 :

1.) 202 Bradley Street (Old Mill) – Construction Drawings Under Way for Residential, Retail, and Restaurants according to online documents.

2.) Lee & Associates Atlanta now has leasing opportunities for Restaurant and Retail spaces in the former Bradley Street Mill property.

Previous Story 1/7/14 :

Recently I met with someone very close with the old mill property on Bradley Street which is directly behind the AMP. Through our conversation I learned about a possible mixed use development in the works. Most importantly I learned about the history of the mill. Yesterday I read through parts of a book by James C Bonne, called Georgia’s Last Frontier, The Development of Carroll County. I was enlightened of all the rich history this area provides. For example the book tells about a fire that swept through in Bowdon during 1887 which destroyed numerous businesses. I read about the wagon trade that Roopville enjoyed which extended to Heard County. In the book it also goes into details about the Train Depot and all the businesses that would move product back and forth from it. Most importantly the book spoke about mules that would help carry goods to specific areas, such as the Square. I was told that the old mill on Bradley Street has a mule stable towards the back, which would be preserved if the property was developed. The city would first have to approve of this and maybe make it into some sort of landmark. I am interested to see what happens with that. According to sources close with the property it is currently under contract for a mixed use development. This means that the property could host a variety of different things such as; retail, food, maybe a small gym, or lofts. Nothing is set in stone just yet with the use of the property. A year or so ago an Atlanta developer was wanting to make the old Mill into an upscale hotel, but those plans quickly diminished when Marriott agreed to build a Courtyard Hotel behind the Cultural Arts Center. The Courtyard by Marriott plans to start construction very soon behind the Cultural Arts Center. Below is a picture of inside the old mill, courtesy of @joysier on Instagram.  – Story in my own words as me – Jonathan, If you would like to contribute any additional information please email us at [email protected]

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