Virginia-Highland’s Diesel filling station restaurant hit the market, at 870 North Highland Avenue NE, according to a sales list of The Shumacher group Friday.
The “open and operational” profession seeks $ 225,000 with “some” owner funding available, the listing says. The nearly quarter-million-dollar sales tag includes all furniture, equipment, and rental rights – and a new owner could keep the name and concept of the diesel filling station.
“Please be respectful and do not make any attempt to contact or speak to staff, management, owner and / or property” Steven josovitz from the Shumacher group writes in the list.
Diesel Filling Station’s website is no longer online and its Facebook page has not been updated since March 2020.
A new owner would negotiate a new lease and its extensions, and the current rent for the 1,000 square foot space (which includes an additional 750 square feet of additional storage and office space) is $ 7,000 per month.
The diesel filling station first opened in 2008 as a replacement Plate, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page. The building, which can be seen on the hit TV show The walking dead, was once a gas station.