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Old Posted Feb 19, 2014, 11:53 PM
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Atlanta Project & Construction Compilation

Midtown-Atlantic Station-Westside-GA Tech-Home Park


Under Construction
  1. Apogee Midtown 22 14th Street | 39 stories, 400 Apartments, 6,500 SF retail
  2. Modera Midtown | 29 stories, 350 apartments, 12,300 SF Retail
  3. Hanover Midtown Peachtree Street at 7th Street | 29 stories, 350 residential units, 43,000 sf office, 11,000 SF retail
  4. Amli Arts Center | 26 stories, 351 apartments, 3,400 SF Retail
  5. Yoo on the Park | 25 stories, 249 apartments
  6. Post Midtown Millennium 33 11th Street | 25 stories, 356 apartments
  7. Ascent Midtown | 24 stories, 12 stories, 350 apartments, 200-room Canopy by Hilton, 5,000 SF retail
  8. lilli Midtown 693 Peachtree St | 24 stories, 150 residential units, 4,000 sf retail
  9. NCR HQ Spring Street @ 8th street | 22 stories, 513,000 SF office space; Video [WEBCAM]
  10. Alta on the Park | 22 stories, 198 residential units
  11. Alexan 880 | 880 West Peachtree Street | 22 stories, 356 apartments, 10,000 SF retail
  12. CODA Tech Square | 21 stories, 620,000 SF office space, 80,000 SF data center, 40,000 SF retail [WEBCAM]
  13. The Standard | Spring St & 4th St | 19 stories; 280 student apartments; 9,600 SF retail
  14. Northside Midtown Medical Office Building | 1130 West Peachtree Street | 12 stories, 154,207 SF office space; 25,412 SF retail
  15. NCR Headquarters Phase II | 10 stories; 240,000 SF office space; 9,662 SF retail
  16. AC Hotel / Moxy Hotel | 10 stories; 9 stories; dual-branded hotel with 300 guest rooms
  17. One Museum Place | 48 condo units | One Museum Place [WEBCAM]
  18. Hanover West Peachtree | 1010 West Peachtree Street | 6 stories, 328 apartments, 14,600 SF retail
  19. Broadstone Midtown | 811 Juniper | 6 - stories, 218 apartments
  20. 715 Peachtree | Renovation that will add 11,000 sf retail to existing 340,000 SF office
  21. 1270 Spring Street | 256 apartments; 13,500 SF retail
  22. Westside Heights 903 Huff Road
  23. Stockyards Atlanta | 135,000 SF office & retail adaptive re-use
  24. 464 Bishop | 232 apartments




    Proposed

  25. 98 Fourteenth Street - phase I | 74 stories; 920 feet; 382 residential units; 180 corporate suites; 60,370 SF retail
  26. 98 Fourteenth Street - phase II | 68 stories; hotel/ residential ; 75,000 SF retail
  27. 1138 Peachtree | 45 stories; 323 apartments; 21,500 SF retail
  28. Peachtree at 17th | 45 stories; 11 stories; 206 apartments; 140-room hotel; 190,000 sf Office; 12,000 SF retail
  29. SLS Atlanta Hotel & Residences | 1122 Crescent Ave | 42 stories; 230 hotel rooms; 56 condos; 10,000 SF retail
  30. Eviva Peachtree | 32 stories, 383 apartments, 22,000 SF retail
  31. 1105 West Peachtree | 32 stories; 17 stories; 12 stories | 645,000 SF office; 80 residential units; 150-key hotel; retail
  32. Campanile Expansion | 27 stories; 150,000 SF office space; 77,000 SF retail | Vertical expansion to add 6 floors to 21 story tower plus new two-story retail
  33. 195 13th Street - | 27 stories; 308 apartments
  34. Hampton Inn & Suites - 1231 W Peachtree St | 18 stories; 152 guest rooms
  35. 640 Peachtree Street Hotel | 18 stories; 238 rooms
  36. 238 14th Street | 8 stories; 14 condo units
  37. Juniper & 5th | 6 stories; 158 apartments
  38. Spring House | 1470 Spring Street | 500 bed dormitory; 6,000 SF Retail
  39. Whole Foods Market | 22 14th Street | 72,000 SF including cooking school and brew pub
  40. 208 Twelfth Street | 4 stories; 10 apartments
  41. Colony Square Repositioning | Renovation to create 200,000 SF retail
  42. Emory Proton Treatment Center | 115,000 square foot center, 7,000 sf retail On Hold
  43. Star Metals Offices | 1055 Howell Mill Rd | 12 stories; 185,000 SF Office; 30,000 SF retail
  44. Atlantic Yards | Atlantic Station | 10 stories; 500,000 SF office; 50,000 SF retail
  45. Amli Market Street | 10 stories; 375 apartments; 37,000 SF retail
  46. Star Metals Residences | 1050 Howell Mill Rd | 9 stories; 407 apartments, 16,500 SF retail
  47. T3 | 300 17th Street | 7 stories, 220,000 SF office building
  48. Boutique Hotel | 1008 Hampton St | 96-room hotel
  49. 375 14th St | 275 apartments; 10,000 SF retail
  50. Broadstone West Midtown | 1084 Howell Mill Road | 5-story mixed-use project behind White Provisions
  51. Ascent Morningside | 1999 Cheshire Bridge Rd | 222,000 SF multifamily building

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    Downtown-Old 4th Ward-Inman Park-Edgewood-Grant Park


    Under Construction

  52. Mercedes-Benz Stadium 71,000 seat retractable roof stadium Video [WEBCAM]
  53. 725 Ponce | 12 stories; 360,000 SF office building; 60,000 SF Kroger
  54. SpringHill Suites | 239 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard; 11 stories; 146-room hotel
  55. Post Centennial Park | 400 apartments
  56. Anthem on Ashley- 720 Ralph McGill Blvd | 245 apartments, 6,000 sf retail
  57. Fulton Supply Co Lofts | 74 units
  58. Old 4th Ward 608 Ralph McGill Boulevard | 268 residential units [WEBCAM]
  59. The George 281 Memorial Drive | 130 Apartments, 12,000 SF retail
  60. North & Line (Masquerade) | 238 apartments, 6,000 SF retail
  61. The Willoughby | 43,000 square-foot office building
  62. 290 MLK Jr. Dr | | 325 units
  63. The Kirkwood | 71 Howard Street | 232 apartments
  64. Edgewood/Candler Park Station TOD | 395 apartments,10,000 SF retail
  65. Larkin on Memorial | 519 Memorial Drive | 63,000 SF Retail/Office development
  66. Atlanta Dairies | Retail/Entertainment, Office Space, 300 Apartments




    Proposed

  67. GWCC Convention Hotel | 800 -1,200 room hotel
  68. 120 Piedmont Avenue | 26 stories; 235 student housing units; 6.400 SF retail
  69. Civic Center Mixed-Use | 395 Piedmont Avenue | 765 residential units; 700,000 SF Office; 300 Hotel Rooms; 246,000 SF Retail
  70. Homewood Suites / Canopy by Hilton | 21 stories, 150-room Homewood, 150-room Canopy
  71. 285 Marietta | 20 stories, 360,000 sf Office - 60,000 SF Retail
  72. Hard Rock Hotel Atlanta / Castleberry Park | 16 stories, 220-room hotel, 130 apartments
  73. 377 Centennial Olympic Drive | 12 stories; 331 apartments
  74. Rosser Building Hotel | 524 West Peachtree Street | 8 stories; 175-room hotel
  75. Walton King Memorial | 386 Apartments, 13,000 SF retail
  76. 149 Auburn Ave | 92 apartments
  77. 525 North | 165,000-square-foot office building
  78. Big Bethel | 1,000-bed student housing complex, 30,000 SF retail
  79. Studioplex Redevelopment | 140-room hotel, 56 residential units, 18,000 SF retail
  80. 742 Memorial | 27 condo units, 6,000 SF retail
  81. 842 Berne Street | 220 apartments
  82. The Hype | Gartrell Street | 310 apartments
  83. The Reserve at Grant Park 465 Memorial Drive | 238 apartments planned by Atlantic Realty
  84. Madison Yards 905 Memorial Drive | 130,000 SF retail, 400 apartments, 200 senior housing units


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    Buckhead-Lindbergh-Brookwood-Collier Hills-West Paces Ferry

    Under Construction

  85. Three Alliance Center | 32 stories, 500,000 SF office [WEBCAM]
  86. 1000 Park Avenue | 27 stories, 224 apartments
  87. Hanover Buckhead Village | 21 stories, 351 Apartments
  88. Modera Buckhead | 21 stories, 400 residential units, 20,000 SF retail
  89. Gables East Paces Ferry |13 stories, 327 apartments, 3,000 SF retail
  90. Hampton Inn & Suites - Buckhead Place | 8 stories; 186-key hotel
  91. Domain at Phipps 320 Apartments
  92. Amli 3464 phase II | 400 Apartments
  93. Hanover East Paces | 475 Buckhead Avenue | 375 apartments
  94. Millworks | 345 apartments
  95. 309 East Paces | Renovation of 1960's office bldg to boutique office space; 17,000 SF retail
  96. Cheshire Bridge Apartments 2470 Cheshire Bridge Rd | 285 apartments
  97. Alexan Buckhead 361 Pharr Road | 244 apartments



    Proposed

  98. Tower Place Office/condo tower | 44 stories, 600,000 SF office, 50 condo units, 9,500 SF retail
  99. Apogee Buckhead 3372 Peachtree Road | 36 stories, 386 apartments
  100. Tower Place Residential tower | 27 stories, 300 apartments
  101. Crescent Lenox | 25 stories, 352 apartments
  102. Emerson | 2520 Peachtree Road | 21 stories, 44 condos
  103. Alta on Peachtree Peachtree @ East Shadowlane | 21 stories, 220 apartments, 5,700 SF retail
  104. The Sutton 2965-2975 Peachtree Road | 21 stories, 140 apartments, 1,700 SF retail
  105. Buckhead Atlanta Phase II | 19 stories, 135 condo units, 315,000 SF office space, retail
  106. The Charles 250 East Paces Ferry Road | 18 stories; 57 condos; 30,000 SF retail
  107. The Marcus Tower |16 stories, 408-bed tower at Piedmont Hospital
  108. Peachtree Terrace |15 stories, 251 apartments, 15,000 sf retail
  109. 3330 Peachtree 100,000-200,000 sf Office
  110. 359 East Paces Ferry Road | 12 stories, 125,000 SF office space
  111. 1781 Peachtree Street | 12 stories , residential - mixed use
  112. Pollack Shores Pharr Road | 12 stories, 300 apartments, 7,700 sf retail
  113. Broadstone Buckhead Village | 3190 Cains Hill Place | 12 stories, 275 apartments, 15,000 SF retail
  114. Buckhead Place Market | 7 stories; 190 apartments; 40,000 SF retail
  115. Hilton Garden Inn/Homewood Suites hotel | 8 stories, 150-room Hilton Garden Inn, 98-room Homewood suites
  116. Cornerstone Medical Office Building 190,000 SF Medical office building
  117. 371 East Paces Ferry | 6 stories, 101,500 SF office space
  118. Garden Hills Office | 6 stories, 119,000 sf office space, 15,000 SF retail
  119. Accent 2050 | 2050 Cheshire Bridge Road | 198 apartments

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Old Posted Feb 19, 2014, 11:53 PM
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I realize that this is totally redundant with the "Atlanta Project Thread" but I wanted to list the projects in the city and be able to update the first page of the thread.

That being said, it looks like HUGE year for the city with several projects being completed this year that will have a major impact on life in this city. And of course there is a TON of new housing coming online this year. I'm interested to see how all the new residential is absorbed which might give an indication on the likelihood of all these new tower proposals becoming a reality.

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Old Posted Feb 20, 2014, 1:22 AM
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68 developments W:OW!!!
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Nice to have all this info in one place!

The Jane has to be my least favorite in the list. It reminds me of Jameson Inn hotels, or one of those suburban senior centers.
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Old Posted Feb 20, 2014, 2:27 PM
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thanks for the awesome compilation smArTaLlone!

so exciting to see so much development in the works.
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The list looks complete except for the Metropolitan Center in Midtown. The developer, Daniels Corporation, confirmed the project is still alive.

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smArTaLlone, thanks so much for compiling this list. Very helpful!



By the way, has anyone added up all the apartments in these projects? This has to mean 8-10,000 new residents for the city.
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This is AWESOME! Thanks for doing this..

The other thing we are missing (although no one is really excited about it) is the residential development across from the high.
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smArTaLlone, thanks so much for compiling this list. Very helpful!



By the way, has anyone added up all the apartments in these projects? This has to mean 8-10,000 new residents for the city.
just added all of the above up real quick.. probably missed a few and i didnt count student housing - just because. but if all of the above were completed that is over 11,000 new housing units in the city. many of those will be occupied by more than one person. safe to say that within the next few years the population in the city will increase by well over 10,000 people just due to these specific developments alone. i dont know what the population growth projections are for the city and the region but the city itself will certainly be much more dense in the near future
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just added all of the above up real quick.. probably missed a few and i didnt count student housing - just because. but if all of the above were completed that is over 11,000 new housing units in the city. many of those will be occupied by more than one person. safe to say that within the next few years the population in the city will increase by well over 10,000 people just due to these specific developments alone. i dont know what the population growth projections are for the city and the region but the city itself will certainly be much more dense in the near future
Whoa, that is amazing!

One thing that caught my eye is that almost all of these are north of Five Points. It'll sure be nice when the south side of the city starts getting some love.
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oh god yes.. the no-mans-land around Garnet MARTA station is just begging for a transit oriented mixed-use development surrounding it. that area needs a lot of work and it's going to be a long time before it starts coming around. but it will get there.
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a) Thanks! I agree it's handy, and enlightening, to see all of this on one page.

b) At your leisure, I suggest splitting all the "proposed" projects into the mere "visions/concepts" and those that have been formally put forth before the City. I suspect some of those proposed won't make it past the drawing board while others have been approved and will be breaking ground once formalities have been completed. Would be nice to recognize the difference between such proposals.
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within the next few years the population in the city will increase by well over 10,000 people just due to these specific developments alone.
I'll say 20,00+ before 2020
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... I suggest splitting all the "proposed" projects into the mere "visions/concepts" and those that have been formally put forth before the City. I suspect some of those proposed won't make it past the drawing board while others have been approved and will be breaking ground once formalities have been completed.
Just scanning over the list, I would think most in the proposed category are well beyond the talking stage. Haven't most of them already been submitted to the city?

I'm still blown away by this list. Thanks again for putting it together, smArTaLlone!
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Great list! It really puts things into perspective. I agree with Arjay and forj - it will be nice once South Downtown gets some much needed development. The area has too good of bones to be left alone.
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Something new to add to this great list: St Farm's first from its mega- Perimeter project is a 26-story Dunwoody MARTA station connected office tower and additional hotel... breaking ground this Summer for late 2016 opening! (From the 2/21 issue of ABC)

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Unfortunately I just don't see any momentum in South Downtown. Fortunately, I do believe that the development has "pulled in" a bit,with lots of construction in Midtown, Buckhead and Perimeter instead of way out in Alpharetta and beyond. If we could construct a center of gravity of ATL building development I think it might be around Piedmont and Peachtree or a little south of that if we mix in the Westside and Ponce-Highland. Some GT genius can calculate all the mass of past, present and proposed construction and give us an estimated center. Maybe the answer is 42.
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Something new to add to this great list: St Farm's first from its mega- Perimeter project is a 26-story Dunwoody MARTA station connected office tower and additional hotel... breaking ground this Summer for late 2016 opening! (From the 2/21 issue of ABC)
http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/p...rm-campus.html
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a) Thanks! I agree it's handy, and enlightening, to see all of this on one page.

b) At your leisure, I suggest splitting all the "proposed" projects into the mere "visions/concepts" and those that have been formally put forth before the City. I suspect some of those proposed won't make it past the drawing board while others have been approved and will be breaking ground once formalities have been completed. Would be nice to recognize the difference between such proposals.
I'm assuming you're referring to the MMPT. I admit that I am cheating a little on that one but I just threw it in for kicks. I don't know of any others that could be called a vision. There are some others that may be dead, at least in their proposed form, such as the 285 Marietta project.

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This looks nice! This is the sort of project I had in mind when I talked about the need for quality infill in the intown neighborhoods and was taken to task for wanting quality development.
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