Sun, April 21, 2024

Freddy’s Frozen Custard coming to Washington Road

The Finem Group of Meybohm Commercial recently managed the sale of a property on Washington Road that will soon become a Freddy’s Frozen Custard.

Located at 3038 Washington Road in Augusta, the property was sold for $2 million which also brought the popular 7-Brew coffee chain to the area.

The Finem Group represented the seller in that transaction, and John Metts with Wilson Kibler represented Freddy’s Frozen Custard.


According to a press release sent to ABD on April 2, The Finem Group noted that it conducted a comprehensive analysis to determine that the best utilization of the space was for Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs). The Finem Group was able to navigate the complexities of subdividing the land for optimal use, despite facing challenges, including the redevelopment of a neighboring hotel.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard, often referred to as just Freddy’s, is a Kansas-based restaurant chain. It serves hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken, and frozen custard.

Jonathan Aceves, a broker with The Finem Group, said the new development is much welcomed.

“We are thrilled to see the transformation on Washington Road with these exciting new establishments,” he said. “The introduction of 7-Brew and Freddy’s Frozen Custard signals a vibrant future for this area. We’re committed to continuing our role in helping developers and retailers shape the commercial landscape of Augusta.”

This won’t be the first Freddy’s to come to the CSRA. A Freddy’s location opened in North Augusta last spring, as our Business Lunch Review shows: Business Lunch Review: Freddy’s – Augusta Business Daily

For more information on Meybohm Commercial Properties, visit

For more information about The Finem Group, visit

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