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One of Antietam’s Art Deco buildings hits the market

Along with its liquor license


Earlier this year, Gregory Holm announced he’d be closing his popular Eastern Market restaurant Antietam after being open for nearly four years. The restaurant covers two restored buildings on the 1400 block of Gratiot, and at this point, the single-story building is up for sale.

This building is 1,040 square feet and seats about 30. It has two options for listing prices: $550,000 without the liquor license or $650,000 with. It sits next to a four-story building that just sold for $2 million this winter, and among many open storefronts that now line the street, including Boro Resale, Well Done Goods, K. OSS Contemporary Art Gallery, Gather, and Trinosophes.

For a look inside the restaurant, Eater has a gallery here.

As for the two-story building next door that houses much more of Antietam’s seating, Holm says he’s been talking to small businesses that would like to open in this location. “I’d love to give another small business the same opportunity in this space that I have been able to have,” says Holm.

The last 5 years have been a tremendously rewarding experience during the creation and execution of Antietam. I could...

Posted by Antietam on Friday, January 19, 2018