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Grandson with Deep Roots Repurposing Two Downtown Buildings in Carrollton

Trevor Picciano

Local Carrollton resident, Andrew Duncan is repurposing two buildings at 211 and 213 Bradley Street in downtown Carrollton. Formerly the home of McEvers Trophies and Gifts, these two spots are undergoing a complete renovation inside and out. The current concept art shows a clean slate for a possible restaurant on the right side and a service type business on the left side of the building.

Courtesy of Andrew Duncan

Andrew’s family is from Carrollton and is fully invested in the community, his grandfather, Bill Duncan started Carrollton Office Equipment nearly 60 years ago. He tells us, “I’ve always loved and appreciated Carrollton, this project fit perfectly, I used my inheritance to get these buildings and I haven’t looked back since.”

Andrew earned a degree in civil engineering from Georgia Tech. His work in real estate started about three years ago. He finds himself juggling other jobs but since this project is closer to his home roots, it has allowed him to see his family more often.

He says that he is eager to get the project finished and fully leased. Anyone interested can contact Andrew directly at [email protected] or call 770-313-5190.

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Entrepreneur and community leader, Jonathan is the founder of The City Menus. Through his business he embraces his passion for community and small businesses. In his spare time he travels the country finding breathtaking landscapes, unique city murals, and tons of great food. Each of his travels bring him inspiration for another adventure.