What’s (not!) happening on Atlanta’s Westside

Atlanta’s Westside has been changing for some time now but recently just kicked into overdrive!  Read on for many of the projects taking place in Atlanta’s Westside area.  Read here for all of the improvements coming to the Westside like the Brady Avenue bike lanes, Howell Mill infrastructure changes, Huff Road expansion, and a multi-use trail on Tech Parkway.

Quarry Yards – Located on Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway next to the Bankhead MARTA Station, the project’s first phase will take about 27 of the 70 total acres. Zoning allows for upwards of 850 new residential units (renderings indicate apartments) and a 300-room hotel, plus nearly 600,000 square feet of offices and a retail component.

The Works at Chattahoochee – Located in Atlanta’s Upper Westside, the northern portion of Atlanta’s Westside or West Midtown, The Works at Chattahoochee is an adaptive mixed-use development inspired by a rich history of creative makers, skilled artisans, and forward-thinking entrepreneurs.

Spanning 80 acres, The Works creates an interconnected environment that gives way to niche work and live spaces, distinctive retail and dining, imaginative experiences and inspired gathering areas.

Star Metals – The Star Metals project is situated within the trendy community of West Midtown Atlanta. To seamlessly interconnect life, work and play, Star Metals provides an exclusive MARTA shuttle for tenants and residents for express trips between 10th Street‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ and the Arts Center MARTA station in Midtown.

Star Metals Offices offers over 185,000 square feet of premium office space with lofty 13.5-foot-high ceilings, private and common terraces, open layouts for customization, and best-in-class Wired-Platinum Designation for tenants’ most demanding connectivity needs.  Slated for delivery Spring 2020.

T3 West Midtown – Claiming a 17th Street parking lot that neighbors Target and the Millennium Gate Museum, the T3 West Midtown project might not be massive in scale at seven stories and 230,000 square feet. But its uniqueness, as Atlantic Station owner Hines has long claimed, should make it stand out. Delivery Summer 2019.

Stockyards – The property was redeveloped into 143,500 square feet of creative office and entertainment space in 2017.  The property is located in the heart of West Midtown, which has become one of the Southeast’s top dining and retail destinations over the past 10 years with the redevelopment of the historic industrial buildings. Stockyards is one of the last remaining historic properties to be redeveloped and will add office, restaurant, and entertainment to the neighborhood.

The Interlock – Located at the corner of Howell Mill and 14th street,not only is The Interlock situated on the busiest corner of the busiest day-to-night destination, but we’re making it easier for people to get around—with plenty of parking, ample bike paths and safe crosswalks that connect you from one side of Howell Mill to the other.200,000 RSF of modern, lofty office spaces are open for creative and traditional businesses that strive for something more. We also have 50,000 sq ft of incubator space reserved for Georgia Technology Venture and their mission of promoting and growing tech start-ups in the southeast.


Rental rates continue to grow

Midtown Atlanta Development Project Map and Details

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