This feature is provided by: J. Ben Shapiro Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Below are upcoming projects:
South Korean company Shinhwa Group is investing $42 million in a facility in Auburn, Alabama that will make drive shafts for vehicles built by Hyundai Motors in Montgomery, AL and Kia Motors in West Point, GA.
RAI Industrial Fabricators will build a state-of-the-art steel fabrication facility investing $20 million along I-85 in Banks County, Georgia. Contact Mark Christopherson, President of RAI Industrial Fabricators in Athens, Georgia.
Emory University filed documents with the City of Brookhaven to build a $1 billion medical complex at Executive Park including:
- A 180,000 square foot musculoskeletal facility.
- A 140 bed inpatient hospital.
- More than 700 residential units.
- A hotel with 200 rooms.
- 1.84 million square feet of office/medical space
Facebook is in discussions for more space at the nearly completed T3 building at 17th and State streets at Atlantic Station.
Lidl US, LLC, the German grocer, plans to demolish an existing shopping center at 690 Holcomb Bridge Road and to build a a 29,000 square foot grocery store.
Northside Hospital Cherokee plans an expansion. Contact Billy Hayes, Administrator of the hospital.
New developments at Doraville’s Assembly:
- Ashton Woods plans 150 townhomes.
- Street Lights Residential plans to build 300 apartments.
The Worthington Companies plans to develop 140 new apartments at the Northwinds Summit project.
Fiber Light, LLC signed a 16,124 square foot lease at the 3000 Summit Place building.
The City of Roswell issued a $8,500,000 permit to Integra Construction, Inc. for a self-storage facility at 90 Oak Street.
Cobb County issued a $5 million building permit to Fortune Johnson, Inc. for a parking garage at 2395 Herodian Way. S. E.
The City of Alpharetta issued a building permit to The Whiting Turner Contractors for a $1, 955.,000 learning center at 12150 Morris Road.
Birmingham-based Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United will invest $60 million to build a new sales and distribution center in Tifton, Georgia. Contact John Sherman, President and CEO.
Emory Healthcare broke ground on its new Emory Musculoskeletal Institute in Executive Park.
Porsche Cars North America unveiled the first renderings of the new Porsche Atlanta Service Center adjacent to its headquarters and test track by the Atlanta airport. Lowe Engineers, YSM Design and Pro Building Systems are the designers.
Atlanta-based Portman Holdings, LLC is converting the Sobu Flats condo building on East Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead into a Klimpton Hotel & Restaurants. Stevens & Wilkinson is the architect.
Alon’s Bakery and Market signed a lease for a new 1,300 square foot shop in Phipps Plaza.
Atlanta-based Wood Partners has proposed a 269-unit apartment complex at the intersection of Bullsboro Drive and Ashley Park Drive in downtown Newnan. The project is being designed by Planners and Engineers Collaborative. The project will have 12,000 square feet of retail space.
Westside Woods is developing a $10 million sports complex including a 40,000 square foot building on 22 acres at 5030 Hill Road in Powder Springs, Georgia. Contact Stephanie Gabbert, Chief Operating Officer for Westside Woods at 706.813.4276. See the website at westsidewoodsllc.com.
Broomfield, Colorado-based Ball Corporation, a provider of aluminum packaging for beverages, personal care and household products, will build a new $200 million aluminum cup manufacturing plant in Rome, Georgia. The new facility will be adjacent to Ball’s existing aluminum beverage can manufacturing plant in Rome. Contact Ball Corporation’s CEO, John A. Hayes, 10 Longs Peak, Broomfield, Colorado 80021.
Bulverde, Texas-based, woman owned, private company, Dean Baldwin Painting, L. P. will build at $21 million new hangar at Middle Georgia Regional Airport, Macon, Georgia. The new, state-of-the-art strip and paint facility will be approximately 127,000 square feet and used for military and commercial airline customers. Contact Barbara Baldwin-McNulty, CEO, Dean Baldwin Painting, 2395 Bulverde Road, Suite 105, Bulverde, Texas 78163. She can be reached at 830.438.5340 or email@example.com.
Atlanta-based Ardent Companies purchased three industrial buildings in Armour Yards at 279 Ottley Drive (47,775 square feet), 221 Armour Yards (47,775 square feet) and 219 Armour Drive (15,660 square feet) in northeast Atlanta which it intends to convert into loft office space. Contact Scott Werbel, Ardent’s Managing Director at 770.319.7408.
A group of Atlanta entrepreneurs plan to invest $400 million in a 30 acre mixed used project called The Augury Square in Midtown Atlanta as a hub for tech companies. Contact Jae’ Kim, founder and president of the project, who also serves as President of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce.
The Loudermilk Companies has new plans for a 127,440 square feet of office space and 8,000 square feet of retail at 359 East Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead. Contact Brian Lu, Vice President and Director of Development for Loudermilk. The company plans to break ground on the $70-plus million project in late spring 2020.
Developer Joachim Ohlin plans to build a luxury mixed use project across from the St. Regis Hotel on West Paces Ferry Road in Atlanta. The two building project would include 81,000 square foot social club, 54 condos, a 130 key hotel and nearly 10,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space. The project would replace the 103 West event venue and Yebo restaurant. Ramsgard Architectural Design is the architect.
The State of Georgia issued a “certificate of need” for Emory University Hospital Midtown’s new 17-story, 64-bed cancer tower at 550 Peachtree Street in Atlanta. The $469 million project will have 455,000 square feet including six operating rooms.
El Paso, Texas-based Hunt Companies and Atlanta-based Oakwood Development Group received $12.5 million in bond financing to construct 97 senior housing units on Northside Drive near Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Atlanta-based Benoit Group Development, LLC received $17.5 million in bond financing to construction Sylvan Hills Senior which will have 183 units. Contact Eddy Benoit, CEO.
Atlanta-based Benoit Group Development, LLC received $20 million in bond financing for a 200-unit project located in the Ivan Hill neighborhood. Contact Eddy Benoit, CEO.
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