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Old Posted Jan 9, 2020, 5:46 PM
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Hotel will hopefully be finished by then. Centennial Yards should be well underway--
The website https://www.gwcca.org/wp-content/upl...n-optimize.pdf has a diagram of scheduling for the project. It would appear that construction would begin by about mid-2020.
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2020, 7:45 PM
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they need to get going on it and Centennial Yards - can make a big splash at the 2026 World Cup semi-finals! And development along Northside Dr.
They need to develop the lot across from the bridge and next to the Vine City Marta. Lost if surface parking in that area.
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Old Posted Jan 9, 2020, 8:31 PM
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Atlanta Developer transforming parking deck into Luxury Hotel


Legacy Ventures is in the works on the second phase of its Park Pavilion mixed-use project at Centennial Olympic Park. Now, the developer plans to develop a $65M, 150-room luxury hotel — called Ventanas — atop the parking deck, Legacy President David Marvin said during Bisnow's Atlanta Construction & Development event Thursday morning.https://www.bisnow.com/atlanta/news/...atlanta-102452
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That's really awesome if they pull it off. Basically taking a "meh" site plan and turning it into a legit good one, with a new active use at Marietta/Baker, more density, and no additional parking.
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Midtown DRC TUESDAY, JANUARY 14,2019

Campanile - 1155 Peachtree St.
This is an expansion to a previous case reviewed by the DRC in 2018. The updated plans include six new floors of commercial space around the base of the office tower and an expanded 21st floor. The revised added square footage for the project is 123,963 s.f. New ground floor retail uses are accessible from Peachtree St., 13th St., and Juniper St. The existing loading area 141 space parking deck (below grade) will remain accessible from a new realigned and consolidated driveway along Juniper St.

1138 Peachtree St.
This is an expansion of a previous case reviewed by the DRC in 2013, 2014 and 2016. A new 46-story mixed-use tower with 317 apartments and 10,000 s.f. ground of floor retail along Peachtree St. and Crescent Ave. The residential lobby is recessed and accessible via a covered walkway from Peachtree St. The parking deck includes 8 levels totaling 450 spaces accessible from split ingress and egress along Peachtree St. and full access (for vehicles and loading) from Crescent Ave. All driveway access points lead to a central drop off area within the parking deck.

Blake’s on the Park – 227 10th St.
A selective demo and partial rebuild of an existing restaurant. The proposal includes interior demo and refurbishing with a relocated bar, additional restrooms and new atticstorage that will result in approx. 4,020 s.f. of total space. On the exterior a wood deck and ramp will be reconfigured along with a new pergola in the southeast corner of the site. A linear planter will be added adjacent to the ramp at the rear of the parking lot along Piedmont Ave. Existing pedestrian access points along 10th St. and from this parking area will remain.
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2020, 7:08 PM
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Looking forward to 1138’s site plan and renderings.
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2020, 7:59 PM
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That's really awesome if they pull it off. Basically taking a "meh" site plan and turning it into a legit good one, with a new active use at Marietta/Baker, more density, and no additional parking.
Modera is also doing an apartment tower on the next block.
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Modera is also doing an apartment tower on the next block.
Are there renderings of the Modera Project?
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Modera is also doing an apartment tower on the next block.
Well this is a nice surprise. Another tower going up downtown. Hopefully the spigot has opened up.
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Are there renderings of the Modera Project?
The focus of the renderings is mostly on the retail floors but the preliminary renderings only have 10 stories over retail here. The design is a bit trite, but the infill will help stitch this portion of Marietta street with the project to the north.

Bisnow had an article about the project but has since taken it down (probably at Mill Creek residential's request).






The Shopping Center Group's marketing pamphlet below:

Modera Centennial Park
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Old Posted Jan 11, 2020, 7:08 PM
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[QUOTE=arctk2014;8796350]The focus of the renderings is mostly on the retail floors but the preliminary renderings only have 10 stories over retail here. The design is a bit trite, but the infill will help stitch this portion of Marietta street with the project to the north.

This looks great, and the hundreds of new residents will really help to enliven the neighborhood. I look forward to seeing this one come to fruition.
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Saw a zoning variance on the west side of north ave and Northside Drive. Wasn’t able to make out what it was for. Anyone have context if it is for anything worth noting?

https://goo.gl/maps/T5xxztSaAaxejMT36
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BeltLine DRC is up including demolition of MFH, potentially Section 8 housing on parkway
https://beltlineorg-wpengine.netdna-...ary-2020-1.pdf
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2020, 3:08 AM
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BeltLine DRC is up including demolition of MFH, potentially Section 8 housing on parkway
https://beltlineorg-wpengine.netdna-...ary-2020-1.pdf
If the photos that pop up on google maps for this project site are accurate, it is kind of a shame that they can't save and renovate these buildings. They are nice looking buildings and appear to be pretty large. With the need for affordable housing it would sure be nice to renovate some of these larger Boulevard area buildings into mixed income housing with a relatively large affordable housing component. With the new developments certain to come in the future, these older brick buildings would really help the neighborhood retain some of its character.
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2020, 3:14 AM
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If the photos that pop up on google maps for this project site are accurate, it is kind of a shame that they can't save and renovate these buildings. They are nice looking buildings and appear to be pretty large. With the need for affordable housing it would sure be nice to renovate some of these larger Boulevard area buildings into mixed income housing with a relatively large affordable housing component. With the new developments certain to come in the future, these older brick buildings would really help the neighborhood retain some of its character.

seriously, we don't have a lot of old multifamily stock like that... that is a shame.
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2020, 3:19 AM
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If the photos that pop up on google maps for this project site are accurate, it is kind of a shame that they can't save and renovate these buildings. They are nice looking buildings and appear to be pretty large. With the need for affordable housing it would sure be nice to renovate some of these larger Boulevard area buildings into mixed income housing with a relatively large affordable housing component. With the new developments certain to come in the future, these older brick buildings would really help the neighborhood retain some of its character.
They’re all examples of the missing middle housing. From what I’ve heard, Wingate is planning to demo then build mis-rise residential (no retail) in their stead. I don’t know much about the condition of the buildings, however if they’re currently housing families they must be up to code.

I would like to see more infill on the empty lots, parking lots, and redevelopments on the fast food joints nearby. Not displacing those most in need, especially if there is not a public plan of how and where they will be adequately relocated and taken care of. Displacing or moving families outside of walkable areas is not sufficient. Not sure if that’s what is happening here, just want the plan to be more public.
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Old Posted Jan 13, 2020, 2:42 PM
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The occupants have moved out if 22 7th Street. I think we'll see demolition of that entire block for the Cousins Tower by the spring.
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The occupants have moved out if 22 7th Street. I think we'll see demolition of that entire block for the Cousins Tower by the spring.
Also, 28 7th street has been redone and looks great. It was formerly very poorly maintained. The only thing I don't like is they painted the brick white.
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