The Flatiron on Main Street in Downtown Woodstock

Update June 21 – The Flatiron on Main Street was approved by the City of Woodstock.

Talk about having scoop – This article is from 2018 and it is just coming to fruition now. You can visit the website page about the building. The Woodstock City Council will hear the request at their meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 20, but they approved the application process.

Dotan Zuckerman  of Zuckerman  Co. is bringing the concept to Woodstock and sent Scoop the newest version of the renderings and said it has been modified to have luxury condos instead of office space above the retail. He said, “They will have the most incredible views of downtown Woodstock!”



Here is the original Scoop article from 3/15/18. The Ledger did a follow up article this week.

The Flatiron on Main Street is a new mixed-use building with ground-level and rooftop dining, plus three floors of Class-A loft office space, within walking distance to the amenities of beautiful Historic Downtown Woodstock, Georgia. It will be built at 205 E Main Street situated where Rope Mill Road and Main Street converge with a planned first quarter 2019 opening date. The Flatiron on Main Street will replace a produce stand and STR Transmission.

Photos provided by Zuckerman to Scoop OTP

We heard from Realtor Larry Singleton of Singleton Real Estate years ago that this property was going to be developed. He said today:

I am excited about this new mixed-use development as it will bring much needed Class A office space to Downtown Woodstock.

The mixed-use flatiron building with three levels of class-A loft office, as well as:

  • Restaurant space on street level with wraparound patio
  • Rooftop restaurant opportunity with spectacular views down Main Street and of the new amphitheater, 3,500 sq feet.
  • Plenty of dedicated parking on site

Dotan Zuckerman of Zuckerman Co. is bringing this concept to Woodstock. He is currently VP of Columbia Development Group and previously with North American Properties and Fuqua Development.

Zuckerman said:
I have always been an Intown guy.  I live, work and play intown but when I discovered historic downtown Woodstock I instantly fell in love with the energy in downtown Woodstock. With the local chef-driven restaurants, boutiques, brewery, amphitheater, farmers market and more; I knew I had to be a part of it.

Local broker, Larry Singleton brought this extremely visible property to Zuckerman’s attention and the huge potential was immediately apparent. Zuckerman said that he has had many meetings with the City of Woodstock it was clear we shared the vision to bring a landmark building to the heart of downtown. City Manager, Jeff Moon, said that he couldn’t comment yet since the plans aren’t filed with the city yet.

Zuckerman looks forward to receiving more feedback from the local community and bringing them a project that will make the community proud. Zuckerman is currently working on pre-leasing. He is excited that the offices will increase the daytime population which will help support the existing local businesses. Plus, he is adding brand new onsite parking for this project, which he knows is a concern for the community.

As a regular visitor to downtown Woodstock, I am curious to see the community reaction as their little city keeps growing! One thing is for sure – the rooftop restaurant will have the best seat in the house for future summer concert series!

Thank you to What Now Atlanta for the initial scoop! Follow us on Facebook for more OTP updates.