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Restaurant: 2 Floor Restaurant AVAILABLE!

1st and 2nd Floors: Restaurant Space AVAILABLE NOW!

6472.55 sf, $2.50 sf/mos, + $0.90 sf/mos NNN


AVAILABLE NOW! Restuarant space available in historic landmark building

•6018 rsf
•2 story restaurant
•2nd floor lounge
•450 sf 2nd floor outdoor balcony
•private room
•2 bars
•outdoor sidewalk seating

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The Old Masonic Lodge Building — On the Square in Georgetown, Texas

This is the iconic and historic Old Masonic Lodge Building on the historic Courthouse Square, Georgetown’s vibrant and beautifully restored city center. The available restaurant space occupies two stories and features first floor dining, (including outdoor dining) bar and kitchen. The second floor features an amazing lounge/bar, banquet facility and outdoor balcony that overlooks the bustling Square below. An elevator and grand stair connect the two floors.

Rare and Unique
The 124 year-old Old Masonic Lodge Building is a beloved local landmark. With rusticated limestone walls and arched masonry doorways, its crown is an onion dome spire that soars from the corner tower. The building is a major element in Georgetown’s streetscape and skyline, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Hands down the most prominent historic commercial property on the Square, the building is an extraordinary venue waiting to be matched with an extraordinary culinary concept.


What’s so special about Georgetown and Williamson Country?
Not only is Georgetown the County Seat of bustling Williamson Country, it is also the County’s beating heart and cultural center. Unsurprisingly, Georgetown is the fastest-growing city in the U.S. for cities with a population above 50,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Georgetown’s growth rate was 10.5 percent from July 1, 2020, through July 1, 2021, resulting in a population estimate of 75,420.

“Georgetown continues to attract new residents for the same reasons many of us moved here — good jobs, safe neighborhoods, and unbeatable parks and events,” Mayor Josh Schroeder said. “But all those things may not be as important as the sense of community you feel when families gather on a Saturday afternoon on our Courthouse lawn or dance in the street at our annual Red Poppy Festival. People don’t just move here: They fall in love with this town.”

This is the second time in the past seven years that Georgetown has been ranked the fastest-growing city in the U.S. Georgetown was the seventh fastest-growing city in the U.S. on the list released in 2020 and in 2019 by the Census. In 2018, Georgetown was the sixth fastest-growing city in the U.S., fifth in 2017, the fastest in 2016, and the second-fastest in 2015.



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