New Plans For One Of Fort Lauderdale’s Oldest Bars

Feb 18, 2016 No Comments by

Berger Commercial Realty Senior Vice President Steve Hyatt recently represented Copeland Real Estate Inc. in the $2 million sale of a 38,071-square-foot mixed-use property, formerly Grady’s Bar & Grill, to Highlands Equity Investments, LLC at 901, 903 and 915 S. Andrews Avenue.

Located just south of the New River and the new courthouse complex, the property consists of the bar and adjacent land on both sides of Andrews Avenue. Located

Steve Hyatt

Steve Hyatt

within minutes of I-95, Davie Boulevard and U.S. 1, the property is in close proximity to 3,500 residences recently built or currently under construction in the Tarpon River neighborhood.

Long considered a local dive, Grady’s was one of the oldest bars in Fort Lauderdale. Grady Copeland, a Georgia native who hitchhiked to Fort Lauderdale on a vegetable truck in 1933, purchased the bar for $1,200 and opened its doors on New Year’s Eve in 1940. Two weeks later, he married Irene Davis Copeland, who helped managed the bar during World War II and the 1950s.

 

“After Grady’s long and colorful history, the second and third-generation owners were ready to retire from the bar business,” said Hyatt. “The new owner plans to redevelop the infill site into a mixed-use property for retail and residential uses.”

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