Greene Turtle Building in Germantown Sells for $3 Million

We received confirmation of the permanent closure of Greene turtle in Germantown back in the summer of 2020. Since then, the building was available for sale and ended up settling last Friday, December 17th for $3 million. Jim McGinnis, of Restaurant Brokers & Developers, represented the sale of the building (19961 Century Blvd in Germantown), the former home of the Greene Turtle.

The buyer will operate a full-service Chinese/Seafood restaurant. We are told the buyer already has one location open in Montgomery County, but we don’t have a name for the restaurant at the moment. The building is 10,129 sf and came fully equipped. It seats over 300 people.

Restaurant Brokers & Developers is a local company that specializes in restaurant leases and sales. They have been in business for almost 30 years.

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Get ready to experience the vibrant colors, tantalizing flavors, and infectious rhythms of the Caribbean at the FEST OF SPRING Caribbean Wine Food & Music Festival! Hosted by RHU LLC, this exciting festival is set to take place on May 18, 2024, at the picturesque 16700 Barnesville Rd in Boyds, MD.

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