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Asset Type Office
Trade Type Lease
SQ. FT. Available 52,000
Date Available 07/31/2019
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Floors 3
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Location
The facility is located near the intersection of Macland Road and Old Lost Mountain Road in Powder Springs, Georgia.

Powder Springs is located in southwestern Cobb County. U.S. Route 278 (C. H. James Parkway) passes through the city west of its center, leading 5 miles southeast to Austell and 11 miles northwest to Dallas. Downtown Atlanta is 22 miles to the east via US 278 and Interstate 20.

Cobb County is a suburban county in the U.S. state of Georgia. As of 2017, the population was 755,754, making it Georgia's third most-populous county. Its county seat and largest city is Marietta. The U.S. Census Bureau ranks Cobb County as the most-educated in the state of Georgia and 12th among all counties in the US. It has ranked among the Top 100 wealthiest counties in the nation.

Private schools Currently in Cobb County Include:
Cumberland Christian Academy, Austell (K-12)
Dominion Christian School, Marietta (Middle School-12)
Midway Covenant Christian School, Powder Springs (preK-12)
Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw (preK-12)
North Cobb Christian School, Kennesaw (K-12)
The Walker School, Marietta (preK-12)
Whitefield Academy, Mableton (preK-12)

Lease
52000 square feet of educational space available for immediate occupancy. Located in Cobb County, Powder Springs, GA. This facility includes 23 classrooms, a full size gymnasium with concession and retail sales outposts and private locker rooms, a cafeteria with full kitchen, library, private administration offices, a teacher's lounge and multiple restrooms on each level. Ideal space for a private or charter school.

School facility is located on the campus of Seven Springs Church. This 30+ acre campus is also home to Seven Springs Church (formerly Trinity Chapel) and the Trinity Chapel Preschool, serving the families of Western Cobb County and the surrounding areas. Campus has two points of ingress and egress, to the North and East, and parking is sufficient for all three to operate at capacity.

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