Plans revealed for a 26-story Midtown tower by Dallas developer
On Tuesday, Street Lights Residential revealed a proposal of a design for a 26-story residential tower in Midtown, Atlanta Business Chronicle reported. The Dallas developer presented the 299-unit project behind Saint Mark United Methodist Church to Midtown’s Development Review Committee. Nineteen stories of residential units will sit on a seven-level deck with 568 parking spaces and about 4,500 square feet of retail.
New mixed-use development coming to downtown Newnan
Atlanta-based The Residential Group proposed a new mixed-use development planned in downtown Newnan, called The District at Newnan on 6.7 acres on East Broad Street in the city’s historic area. The proposal consists of the renovation and reuse of a late 1800s office building and an attached three-story warehouse into 19,100 square feet of commercial/office space and the construction of 348 luxury apartments.
Gwinnett County provides development permits for “Project Rocket”
Heritage South Real Estate Partners, Eberly & Associates Inc. and J.M. Williams received commercial development permits from Gwinnett County for “Project Rocket,” a 90-acre, nearly 2.6 million-square-foot office warehouse linked to Amazon.com. The 4-story warehouse likely designed for Amazon will include over 1,800 parking spaces and will be built at 2255 West Park Place Boulevard in Stone Mountain, south of U.S. 78 and near Stone Mountain Park.
Varden Capital Properties transforms Atlanta’s historic Darlington Apartments into luxury condominiums
Hammond Residential Group announced that Varden Capital Properties will begin the renovation of the 70-year-old Darlington Apartments, located at 2025 Peachtree Road, across from Piedmont Hospital, into affordable luxury condominiums with resort-type amenities priced from below $300,000 to the upper $500,000s. The space occupied by the previous 612 apartments will be renovated into 276 luxury condominiums. July 4, 2020 is set for the grand opening of The Darlington Condominiums.