Liberty Hall in Alpharetta

Liberty Hall, previously an abandoned gas station in the historic Alpharetta downtown district, will be a four-story commercial building with offices, shops, a restaurant and a rooftop social club. The building owned by the American History Guild will have Italianate architecture located at 33 South Main Street with handmade brick and custom-made wrought iron.

One of the slated restaurants is Chef Todd Hogan’s Republic Steakhouse. Hogan recently opened Indigo restaurant and lounge in the Crabapple area of Milton and also has Branch & Barrel in Avalon, as well as Branchwater in the Vickery area of Cumming. Hogan will be sharing the Scoop with us regarding his new restaurant next week — follow us on Facebook for the latest updates.

Liberty Cigar Company will have a retail location on the first floor of Liberty Hall. Each individual premium cigar is hand-crafted and designed with care.

Liberty Hall will have 9,500 square feet for a restaurant and retail, 12,000 square feet of offices, and 7,000 square feet for a social club called The Founder’s Club.

An owner of the building, John Adams (his real name as he is a descendent of the Founding Fathers), formed the American History Guild to tell America’s story. He is excited about building in Alpharetta and the private social club has already started to accept memberships.

They are planning on a first quarter 2018 full opening and expect full occupancy.