In March, Capes Sokol Business and Real Estate Practice Group journeyed to Cherokee Street to see firsthand the work being done to revitalize this historic area, and they had some sweet stuff to say about WJL Companies and our boss man, Will Liebermann.
The photo above depicts Capes Sokol exploring the Old Cherokee Brewery Stock House with Libermann. Below is an excerpt from their blog posts, Cherokee Street: An Inspirational Outing, detailing their visit:
"Liebermann took us on a tour of some of his buildings, which include finished restorations, preserved historic architecture, and renovations in progress, including the Cherokee Brewery Stock House,future home of the expanding Earthbound Beer. Liebermann explained that one of the unique aspects of this pedestrian-friendly commercial district, and one reason it is so attractive to entrepreneurs, is that affordable rents minimize financial risk, thus making the dream of opening a storefront accessible to a wider range of tenants."