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Old Posted Jun 12, 2020, 9:35 PM
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New renderings of the GA Power O4W project were presented by Jim Irwin last night. Anyone have them available to post?
I would love too see them, and it would be cool to know what the first phase encompasses.
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Atlanta Human Society Development - West Midtown







Sourcehttps://twitter.com/cbenderatl/statu...44578504146945

Whoa! That is a gorgeous proposal. Has this been presented to the city/NPU?
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2020, 2:49 AM
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Humane Society

Holy sh*t!
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2020, 11:29 PM
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Former Mill Creek executive leads the new Portman Residential

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Harvey Wadsworth, formerly a top development executive with Mill Creek Residential, one of the largest apartment developers in Atlanta, embraced the new role. Expectations would be high. Portman Holdings has been a venerable name in Atlanta design and development for decades. It was founded and led by architect and developer John Portman, whose projects included The Hyatt Regency, 
Atlanta Marriott Marquis and Peachtree Center.

Those towers define the downtown skyline.

Portman Residential is the company's latest expansion, and Wadsworth is developing its portfolio and brand. The first project: a high-rise apartment next to the current home of the historic Spring Hill Mortuary, one of the most prized development sites in the city. Then in April, Portman Residential added another tower to its plans: 225 high-end apartments in Buckhead at the corner of Peachtree and Pharr Roads, the former site of the Three Dollar Café.

What projects does Portman Residential have in planning stages right now, and when could these projects break ground? Our first project will likely break ground in the second quarter of 2021, which is the residential phase of Portman’s redevelopment of the historic [H.M. Patterson & Son] funeral home property in Midtown Atlanta. A second residential tower is in the works in Buckhead Village which includes a high-end hotel that will likely break ground in 2022. We are also in the early stages of projects in Charlotte, N.C., and Nashville, and looking for additional deals in other markets.
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Old Posted Jun 17, 2020, 7:02 PM
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A land development was filed for 505 Courtland in SoNo. 248 units.
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Old Posted Jun 17, 2020, 9:17 PM
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A land development was filed for 505 Courtland in SoNo. 248 units.
Ah, that’s the SoNo labeled tower.
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I wonder how long the Budgetel Inn will last next door.
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Old Posted Jun 25, 2020, 11:38 PM
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Trinity Central Flats

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Trinity Avenue Mixed-Use Housing development is located in downtown Atlanta, across from Atlanta City Hall at Trinity and Central Avenues. The site is adjacent to a public parking deck which was previously built to accommodate an additional level to support development on this property.

This project includes a vertical expansion of an additional parking level which will connect to the residential building and remain connected to City Hall. The building will be 8 stories with 113,595-square feet for workforce residential units, 7,500-square feet of commercial/retail space, and a 5,500-square foot amenity courtyard.








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Old Posted Jun 26, 2020, 2:27 AM
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Long over due.
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Old Posted Jun 29, 2020, 10:01 PM
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Modera Prominence tower lands $94 million construction loan

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Mill Creek Residential Trust obtained the $93.8 million loan from a syndicate of lenders led by Truist Financial Corp. Renasant Bank and Trustmark National Bank also provided financing. Rebecca Cox, manager for Truist National Real Estate in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast markets, said the project will continue to transform Buckhead into a “thriving live, work, play community.”

The new 395-unit tower is the second phase of Mill Creek’s Modera Prominence development, which overlooks Buckhead at Piedmont Road and the Buckhead Loop near Georgia 400. Mill Creek purchased the 4-acre site in May for $15.7 million, according to a Fulton County property deed. The deal closed May 8.

SK+1 Architecture is designing the project.

The first phase of Modera Prominence has been under construction for almost two years. It has 319 mid-rise apartments, along with planned shops and restaurants.

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Old Posted Jun 30, 2020, 1:28 AM
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Star Metals Hotel night rendering

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Old Posted Jun 30, 2020, 12:26 PM
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So would this end up being the only decent hotel option when built on the west side?
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Old Posted Jun 30, 2020, 1:13 PM
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A Marriott hotel is a part of The Interlock development.

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Absolute beauty.

Than you look at that hideous thing that is being built in Atlantic Station.
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Old Posted Jun 30, 2020, 3:35 PM
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Wow, that Star Metals hotel looks SWEET. Looks like it could be a Thompson with an amazing roof bar like the one in Nashville.
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Fairfield Inn / Townplace Suites

A land development permit has been filed for a 13-story Fairfield Inn & Townplace Suites at 445 Marietta Street. This represents a (possible) change for two previously planned projects.


Fairfield Inn / Townplace Suites dual hotel was planned for 524 West Peachtree Street. The site has been cleared with no construction for months now.



While 445 Marietta was going to be the site of an Element Hotel.

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Old Posted Jul 7, 2020, 1:10 PM
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Georgia Tech files plans for expansion of Technology Enterprise Park

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Georgia Tech has filed plans for a giant expansion of its Technology Enterprise Park.

The university on July 6 notified the state of Georgia that it wants to develop 18.8 acres bounded by North Avenue on the north, Northside Drive on the west and Marietta Street on the east.

Plans call for 610,000 square feet of industrial space, 1 million square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of commercial space, and 416 units of multi-family residential. More details about the project could not be immediately learned.

The property is bordered by the Northyards Business Park, which was acquired by MetLife in 2016.

The project has a proposed completion date of 2029. It would be developed by VLP 4 LLC, a business entity of Georgia Tech's Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures Inc. Some of the parcels are owned by VLP 3 LLC and TUFF TEPB LLC, the filing says.

Georgia Tech has been planning to expand Technology Enterprise Park since at least 2015.
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