This feature is provided by: J. Ben Shapiro Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Below are upcoming projects:
The City of Atlanta issued a building permit to Atlanta Women’s Healthcare at Piedmont Hospital at 275 Collier Road for $6,721,540.
The City of Atlanta issued a building permit to Gay Construction for commercial alterations for a medical center at Emory University, 1364 Clifton Road for $3,480,000.
The City of Snellville issued a building permit to Reeves Young for a library at 2245 Wisteria Drive for $10,235,000.
Fulton County issued a building permit to Gensler for a data center at 1101 Donnelly Ave. for $17,645,534.
Fulton County issued a building permit to HTA Camp Creek III, LLC for an orthopedic office at 3886 Princeton Lakes Way, SW, Suite 306, for $3,566.100.
Northlake Mall in Tucker. Emory Healthcare leased a 240,000 square foot former Sears store. There is renewed interest in the potential as a center for offices, residential, retail and restaurant projects.
North DeKalb Mall. Real estate developer Edens purchased the mall in September with plans for a mixed use future.
The West End Mall n Southwest Atlanta. This mall was purchased by Tishman Speyer, a New York-based developer, in the spring. It will be demolished soon for new condos, apartments, stores and offices.
Gwinnett Place Mall. Gwinnett County purchased the 30 acre complex. Plans now include a mixed-use development with pedestrian and bicycle -friendly greenspace and bus rapid transit.
North Point Mall. Trademark Property Management plans more than 600 multifamily unit, four to six-story office buildings, a luxury hotel, and a medical office and walkable trails and paths.
Cumberland Mall. This Cobb County mall near the Atlanta Brave stadium with anchors like Costco and Macy’s will be redeveloped by Brookfield Properties with offices and apartments.
New Orleans-based juice bar, Main Squeeze Juice Co., is seeking expansion including locations in Atlanta.
Campus 244 in Dunwoody landed a 145 key Element Hotel, which is in the design stage. Contact Phil Mayes, a principal at Roca Partner. At the center of the project is an adaptive reuse of the former five-story Gold Kist headquarters
Tech Square Phase III is moving forward on development. The development will include 402,000 square feet of academic, research and retail space including two twin towers, underground parking and dedicated green space. The project will have an estimated $116.7 million in construction costs. The project will be bound by West Peachtree Street, 5th Street, Spring Street and Baltimore Place.
Boise, Idaho-based Micron Technology will open in January, 2022, a new facility in Midtown which will include offices, a memory data center, and research and development operations. Contact Micron executive Scott DeBoer. Micron, a semiconductor chip maker, did not give a dollar value for its investment.
StillFire Brewing is looking to purchase land in downtown Smyrna to open a second brewery along Atlanta Road at Powder Springs Street. Contact Aaron Bisges, StillFire’s co-owner and manager. The City of Smyrna owns the 1.7 acre parcel of land.
Irvine, California, Rivian will build a new electric vehicle plant on U.S. 278 near I-20 close to Rutledge, Georgia. The 1.978 acre, multi-billion dollar plant will produce 200,000 vehicles a year and employ 8,000 people at full production. Contact Rivian CEO R. J. Scaringe or the Joint Development Authority of Jasper, Morgan, Newton & Walton Counties at i20jda.com.
Chicago developer Mynd Match is planning a $111 million mixed use project with300 apartment units on a 9 acre vacant property in East Point near City Hall and the local MARTA station. Contact Mynd Match CEO Excell Lewis III.
Selig Development plans to develop 160,000 square feet of retail, 125,00 square feet of office space and 306 apartment units at the 80 acre Upper Westside project called The Works. The project will be completed in 2023. Contact Selig Senior Vice President of Development Mallory Peterson.
The Center for Global Health Innovation, a coalition of health groups, signed a 17-year lease for 200,000 square feet in the 47-story tower once used as the offices for AT&T at the corner of West Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue. Contact Maria Thacker Goethe, Chief Executive Officer of the Coalition.
Hamburg, Germany based multinational liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd will invest $18 million in its new 125,000 square foot North American headquarters at Three Ravinia in Dunwoody, Georgia. The company has a fleet of 257 modern container ships. Contact Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch.
Lineage Logistics, the world’s largest temperature controlled industrial REIT will invest $62 million in opening a new temperature-controlled storage facility on Henley Road near the Port of Savannah, Georgia. Contact CEO and President Greg Lehmkuhl.
The Shepherd Center filed plans for a major expansion that will add housing for its patients and their families. The project at 1860 Peachtree Road will add about 160 housing units, more than doubling the current housing provided by the rehabilitation hospital.
The Fulton County Commission broke ground for a $38 million, 58,000 square foot animal shelter. The shelter will be joined by a $15 million public safety training center. Both projects are near the Futon County Executive Airport. Contact Matt Kraczon who runs business development for shelter’s design firm PGAL or County Manager Dick Anderson.
Toll Brothers announced two new projects: (1) Eloise at Grant Park which will feature 12 townhomes at Eloise and Grant Avenues. (2) Beckham Place, 1797 Piedmont Avenue, will feature 60 townhome. See TollBrother.com/GA for details.
The City of Atlanta’s housing authority, Atlanta Housing, closed on $43.6 million in financing to build a 116 unit building for affordable housing located at Memorial Drive and Chester Avenue. The project is called Madison Reynoldstown.
San Antonio-based Steves & Sons, a family owned door manufacturing company, will locate an advanced distribution and value added facility at 1737 Industrial Drive, Ashburn, Turner County. The company will purchase and renovate an existing 150,000 square foot facility with an additional 30,000 square feet for truck docking space. The company will invest $16 million in the project. Renovations will begin immediately. Contact Turner County Development Authority Executive Director Sam McCard. See www.stevesdoors.com.
Roper Corporation, a subsidiary of GE Appliances, will invest $118 million in expanding its manufacturing operations at 1507 Broomtown Road in LaFayette, Walker County, Georgia. Contact Shannon Whitfield, Chairman of the Walker County Board of Commissioners or Robert Wardlaw, Walker County Development Authority Executive Director. Visit www.ropercorp.com
St. Benedict’s Episcopal School, a private school in Vinings, plans to expands into a four acre property near its existing campus near the intersection of Atlanta Road and Cumberland Parkway. The roughly 50,000 square foot campus would be the new home for the school’s middle school and include a gymnasium, library, music facility and a central courtyard. The documents have been submitted to Cobb County.
Atlanta natives Michael Render and Clifford Harris filed an application with the City of Atlanta for a building permit for Bankhead Seafood, a 5,200 square foot renovation of two-story building on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.
The South Cobb Redevelopment Authority will sell 32 acres of pubic land near Six Flags to build 550 units of affordable housing. The developer is Dominium, a Maine based affordable housing developer and the Searles Foundation, a local non-profit. The sale is contingent on the partnership securing financing for the $140 million development. Contact Doug Stoner, the Board Chair of the South Cobb Redevelopment Authority.
The Port of Brunswick will receive $14.6 million in a federal grant for improvements that will allow the Georgia port to dock and unload larger ships. The work at Brunswick will be performed at the Georgia Colonel’s Island Berth No. 1 and is mean to “more efficiently accommodate the larger 7,000 plus unit vehicle carrier vessels that are becoming the industry standard.”
German real estate company Newport with U.S. headquarters in Atlanta is spending $100 million to redevelop 222 Mitchell Street in downtown Atlanta. Slater Hospitality, the company behind The Roof at Ponce City Market, will open a restaurant and cocktail lounge on top of the 222 Mitchell Building. Pins Mechanical Company, and Ohio-based game bar, will take up a 25,000 square feet space in the building.
The City of Atlanta issued a building permit to Perkins & Will, architects, for $14 million for office space at 1105 W. Peachtree Street, in Midtown Atlanta.
The City of Atlanta issued a building permit to Corgan Associates, an Atlanta interior design firm, for $5 million for office space at 756 West Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta.
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