These Schumacher real estate posts have become an exciting guessing game for us.
While rarely going to the extent of naming a business outright , the site often describes a business in such great detail that it narrows the possibilities to just two or three parties.
But with this post, it was pretty obvious who was being discussed.
One of Atlanta’s and the country’s premiere listening rooms for performing songwriters, located in a vibrant, artist-friendly and pro-business community with a small town feel – yet just minutes from downtown Atlanta.
…The business produces a weekly radio show featuring live recordings from the venue that currently airs in over 40 markets across the Southeast, and has recently created a TV Pilot in conjunction with one of this country’s finest post production companies that is being reviewed by several networks.
Decatur Eddie’s Attic seems to be the only business in all of metro Atlanta that would fit that bill.
So what’s up? Is Eddie’s Attic for sale? Is it going anywhere?
DM recently spoke with owner Robert Ephlin, who quickly allayed fears that the Schumacher posting meant that Eddie’s was in any sort of trouble or under threat of closing. “The business isn’t going anywhere.”, Ephlin tells DM.
In fact, according to Ephlin, things are looking quite good at Eddie’s, with attendance at a 5-year high, a “strong music calendar”, and a weekly radio show that has expanded into 30 markets across the country.
Is it for sale?
Ephlin explains that while the post does offer up the music venue at a $330,00 price tag, he’s really hired Schumacher in an attempt to locate potential investors/partners who would be interested in investing additional capital into Eddie’s to expand the brand. He says capital could be used for renovations to Eddie’s or a TV pilot that’s long been in the works, but he’s also open to other ideas or opportunities.