America’s Top Burger Joint and Charlotte’s Oldest Eatery Was Just Put Up For Sale

Just months after commemorating its 50th anniversary, the site of one of Charlotte’s most historic eateries, and one of the top ranked burgers in America, Brooks’ Sandwich House, has just been listed for sale.

Owner David Brooks informed WCNC of his intention to keep the doors open until the property is sold, after which he plans to retire. David mentioned that the future of the family business is uncertain; if his children decide to continue, they will do so at a different location and possibly with a new business model.

The property is being listed by The Nichols Company in the ‘Land’ category with the following description:

“+/- 0.965 AC with +/- 480 SF Building available for sale on N. Brevard Street in NoDa (North Davidson), Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district. The site is walkable to various multifamily developments, retail, restaurants, a LYNX Light Rail station, Segment 5 of the Cross Charlotte Trail, and the future Queens Park. Optimist Hall is nearby and the site’s close proximity to Uptown provides easy access to major interstates. This is a great opportunity for a variety of development uses, including multifamily and mixed-use in an iconic Charlotte location currently operating as Brooks Sandwich House.”

The company did not list the asking price for the property, although the tax value is roughly $2 million.

If you would like to know the price or more info, you can call Lauren Bremer at 980-226-6911.



Originally posted 2023-11-09 15:03:56.