This feature is provided by: J. Ben Shapiro Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC
Below are upcoming projects:
Plug Power will invest $84 million in opening a green hydrogen fuel production plant near I-95 in Camden County, Georgia. Contact Andy Marsh, CEO, Plug Power. Visit plugpower.com.
The Atlanta-based affiliate of Canadian developer Empire Communities purchased the Stein Steel plant in Reynoldstown on the Eastside Trail. The plant will be redeveloped into $300,000 to $600,000 condos and townhomes. One of the buildings will be converted into a 2-story bar and restaurant. Contact Paul Corley, an Empire regional executive.
Pharmaceutical company Alimera Sciences will move its headquarters to a 15,000 square foot space on the fourth floor of a new building in Halcyon in Alpharetta. Contact Alimera President and CEO, Rick Elswirth, Jr. Roca Point Partners is the developer of Halcyon.
Rooftop LOA will develop a 38,000 square foot restaurant , bar, lounge and a 1,200 square foot, resort style pool atop the Interlock mixed-use development on Howell Mill Road. Atlanta-based ASD / SKY and Tara Dennis of Archie Bolden are designing the space. Contact Mandy Slater co-owner of Slater Hospitality, which developed the Roof at Ponce City Market.
Atlanta-based Insignia, LLC plans to demolish a closed Kmart along Buford Highway and I-285 into the 13 acre Lotus Grove, which will include a five story , 97-room Hilton Hotel, 350 apartments and roughly 115,000 square feet of retail, office space and restaurant space. Demolition will take place in July, 2021. The project is expected to cost about $116 million to construct.
Ken’s Foods in Henry County announced a $103 million expansion of its plant in Midland Industrial Park. The project will include new production lines and building upgrades to its manufacturing facility.
The City of Buford approved a special use permit to Millie McCoy for a training gym facility for kids at 1364 Buford Business Boulevard.
The Powder Spring City Council approved a 114-house development at the intersection of Power Springs Road / U.S.278 and Hill Road. Visit Traton Homes.com.
The Stockbridge City Council approved funding of a $18 million for a cultural arts center. Visit City of Stockbridge.com
San Francisco-based social media giant Twitter is expanding its Atlanta corporate office at Ponce City Market. It may need three to four times as much space.
Fan Duel, a sports betting company, will occupy 68,000 square feet of the third floor of the former Sears building on Ponce de Leon Avenue. Contact Fan Duel Executive Sarah Butterfass.
Cousins Properties, Inc. will renovate the lobby, exterior and ground floor of the former Norfolk Southern Headquarters at 1200 Peachtree Street. Work is scheduled to begin in January, 2022.
The Henry County Zoning Advisory Board voted to recommend approval of a 20 acre site at 2125 Ga. 42 North in McDonough for the construction of an age-restricted single-family and institutional living development. Visit henrycounty-ga.com.
Novare Group will purchase 4.9 acres from the City of Powder Springs for a $38 million mixed use development with 221 apartments and retail space in downtown Powder Springs. Visit NovareGroup.com and CityofPowderSprings.org.
BBC Investment Group plans to break ground in September on a 305-home development on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in the City of Sugar Hill. The first homes will be completed in spring 2022. Contact Dillion Lee, a representative of BBC Investment Group.
Hartsfield Jackson International Airport plans to open an American Express Centurion lounge for waiting passengers who want exclusive or premium experiences. There is no request for proposals for competitive contracting at this time.
The Cobb County Commission approved a plan to redevelop the run down strip plaza Sprayberry Crossing in unincorporated Marietta. Atlanta-based Atlantic Realty Acquisitions plans to transform the 17.7 acre property into a mixed use development with 102 town homes, 132 senior living condos and a 34,000 square foot grocery store.
The City of Smyrna plans a $6.6 million redevelopment of its downtown by adding more green space, a three story, 250 space parking deck and a three-story brew pub. Contact Greg Teague, President of Croy Engineering. Construction could begin by late October if the City Council approves the plan.
The City of Atlanta issued a building permit to Robertson, Loia Roof, P.C. for a $7,290,228 commercial building at 2021 Peachtree Road.
Gwinnett County issued a building permit to Choate Construction for a $8,800,000 commercial addition at 3055 Shawnee Industrial Way.
MARTA plans a $11 million renovation of the Five Points Station which will move into the final design process.
Chick-fil-A intends to replace a Texaco gas station and convenience store with a new restaurant at the intersection of Boulevard and Ponce de Leon Ave.
Gipson Company, the developer of “Studio City”, a 128-acre project at the former GM Assembly Plant in Doraville, will break ground next month on Phase One.. The development will include 10 film studios, apartments, corporate offices, restaurants, a hotel and retail space. Contact Doraville Mayor Joseph Geierman.
The Gwinnett County Commissioners approved a $1,698,000 contract with Diversified Construction of Georgia to build a new 6,084 square foot, single story, pre-engineered metal building to house a three bay fleet maintenance facility for the Gwinnett Police Department. Construction will begin in August and will take a year to complete.
New York-based Freshly, Inc., a meal delivery service will invest $52 million in expanding to Clayton County. The new distribution facility will create 665 jobs in Ellenwood, GA. Contact Mike Wystrach, Freshly Founder and CEO. Visit www.freshly.com.
The City of Kennesaw’s Amphitheater and Festival area in the design phase.
Henry County awarded more than $600,000 in three contracts for airport improvements. Visit henrycounty-ga.com.
MARTA planning board voted to award a $15 million contract for the architecture and engineering design services to Chicago-based Skidmore Owings & Merrill. MARTA expects to award a construction contact in October, 2021. Work would begin in spring 2022 and end in 2025. The station will stay operational during the construction.
Tyler Perry purchased 132 acres at the former Ft. McPherson where he plans to build a mini Atlantic Station with a theater, restaurants and retail projects.
Scotland-based Brew Dog leased 12,000 square feet from Charlotte, N.C.-based Asana Partners for a location at 112 Krog Street on the Beltline’s Eastside Trail.
New City Properties, LLC obtained a $97.8 million loan from New York Life for apartments at 760 Ralph McGill Blvd. on the Atlanta Beltline’s East Side Trail. Morris Adjmi Architects is designing the project. Contact New City’s founder Jim Irwin.
The Hanover Company purchased the 1.1 acre parcel at 1230 West Peachtree Street and 17th street for a 31 story apartment tower which will have 421 units and 13,000 square feet of ground floor retail. Solomon Gordwell Suenz is the architect.
Northside Hospital Gwinnett plans a new $400 million, 10-store patient tower with 240 new patient rooms in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Peachtree Asset Management seeks to build a 9-story residential project with 200 co-living units for graduate students and young professionals on just over one acre at the corner of Marietta Boulevard and Elaine Avenue in Atlanta. Contact Mark Deno at Peachtree Asset Management.
Woodgrain Millwork will invest $10 million in expanding its manufacturing operation at 471 U.S. Highway 82 West in Leesburg, Georgia. Contact Cole Wilkinson, Plant Manager at Woodgrain Millwork.
Atlanta firm TSW is the architect.
The Georgia Ports Authority will receive $46.9 million from the U. S. Transportation Department for a $164.6 million effort to build an inland container port in Gainesville, GA. Construction is expected to start next year and to take two years.
Deerfield, Illinois-based packaging company, Pregis, will take over an existing 298,000 square foot building at 150 Distribution Drive in McDonough, GA and invest $14 million in the location. Contact Henry County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Carlotta Harrell.
Emory University is in the design stage of planning Graduate Student Housing at the intersection of Haygood Drive and North Decatur Road across from Druid Hills High School. The two-phased project is expected to have 1,000 beds. There will be a parking deck on site for 275 cars. Brailsford & Dunlavey is the designer of the project.
Halcyon , the 135 acre mixed use development in Forsyth County along Georgia 400 just outside of Alpharetta, started its second phase of construction. The construction of a 60,000 square foot office building is underway. Additional development includes an Embassy Suites Hotel and the Forum Athletic Club. The 23,000 square foot, two-story fitness center is scheduled for 2022. Contact Phil Mays, principal at Roca Point Partners, at 404.424.9608.
London-based ASOS, one of the world’s leading online fashion and beauty retailers, will invest more than $100 million in expanding its e-commerce fulfillment center operations at 4505 Derrick Industrial Parkway in Union City, Georgia. Contact CEO of ASOS, Nick Beighton.
Washington, D.C.-based Capitol Seniors Housing broke ground on 180 high-end, upscale units for seniors in The Exchange at Gwinnett near Buford, Georgia. Contact Michael Hartman, principal at Capitol Seniors Housing.
Regency Partners plans to demolish the “Disco Kroger” on Piedmont Road and expand the location for a new, larger grocery store.
Novellis is relocating its North American headquarters by leasing 90,000 square feet in the new 13-story office building under construction at Phipps Plaza. The Tower will open in the summer of 2022. The landlord is Simon Properties.
Austin-based Lincoln Ventures secured a $64 million construction loan for a 31-story tower for student housing at 859 Spring Street in Midtown Atlanta. J. E. Dunn Construction Company is the general contractor. The tower will have 168 furnished units.
The Ardent Companies purchased all of Piedmont Center and plans to redevelop the Buckhead office park with apartments, stores, restaurants and other amenities. Architect firm ASD/SKY is working as the master planner.
The Dacula City Council rezoned 74 acres on Harbins Road in Gwinnett, County. Atlanta-based Watkins Real Estate Group will develop 320 multi-family apartments, 180 units of senior apartments and 63,000 square feet of retail including a grocery store.
Atlanta developer, Greenstone Properties, plans to build a 19-story, 500,000 square foot office tower at the corner of Peachtree and Wieuca Roads in Buckhead. The project will have a 400 unit apartment tower behind the office building. The architect is Joh Pickard of the global architecture firm Pickard Chilton. Contact Harvey Rudy, a partner at Greenstone Properties.
The University of Georgia plans more premium seating at Sanford Stadium in Athens. Contact Josh Brooks, Athletic Director, University of Georgia.
Bailey Johnson, a former school for Black students that closed in 1968, will be turned into a timber framer office building near Alpharetta’s mixed use development, Avalon. The 21,321 square-foot school is located at 154 Kimball Bridge Road. ASD/SKY is the architect for the school’s redevelopment. Contact KB Ventures, a Chicago-based investment firm.
Mill Creek Residential plans a 30-story tower with 345 apartments at 180 10th Street in Midtown. The property runs along the north side of 10th Street between Juniper Street and Piedmont Avenue. The Project would include 4,000 square feet of retail.
The Property Markets Group wants to build 460 apartments at 811 Peachtree Street in Midtown. The project would include 15,600 square feet of retail and about 76,500 square feet of office space.
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