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Our Location

1002 Greene Street, Augusta, GA 30901


From I-20 - Exit at the Washington Road exit and head east approximately 8 miles. Washington Road (aka John C Calhoun Expy) turns into Greene Street. We are located at the intersection of 10th Street and Greene Street.

From I-520 - Exit at Sand Bar Ferry Road and head west approximately 4 miles to the intersection of 10th Street. Head south on 10th Street for two blocks. We are just ahead after the intersection of Greene Street.

Nearby Shopping, Dining & Attractions

Bus Station 400 feet
The Pizza Joint 0.4 miles
U.S. Post Office 0.5 miles
Springfield Village Park 0.5 miles
James Brown Arena 0.6 miles
The Augusta Canal 0.7 miles
Family Dollar 1.1 miles
Kroger Grocery Store 1.2 miles
Georgia Regents University 1.6 miles
Downtown Augusta 2.9 miles
Augusta Technical College 8.4 miles
WalMart Supercenter 9.3 miles
Target 9.3 miles
The Augusta Mall 10.4 miles

About Augusta, Georgia

Augusta, is best known as home of the Masters Golf Tournament held the first full week in April each year. The area is also a center for medicine, manufacturing, and military. Augusta is located in the east central part of Geoegia, and is approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta on I-20. Augusta’s population is roughly 200,000. Neighboring Columbia County is home to about 100,000 residents. Along with several other Georgia and South Carolina counties the region is known as the Central Savannah River Area, commonly referred to as the CSRA and is home to approximately half a million people. Augusta is Georgia’s second oldest and second largest city, founded during the British colonial period as a trading outpost.

Augusta has a rich history dating back to the early 1700s and was originally established in 1736. Built on the flat slopes of the Savannah River, in the area now known as Summerville, Augusta was also home to many neighboring tribes of Creek and Cherokee Indians. A pivotal site during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, Augusta also boasts the only structure ever built by the Confederate States of America, the site of the old Confederate Powderworks.