Multifamily news in Architecture & Design - Atlanta

  • Peak Campus Expands Portfolio with More Than 1,000 Beds

    Peak Campus was named manager of two properties totaling over 1,000 beds in Lawrence, Kan., and Conway, Ark.,s by Collegium Capital Partners.

  • Adaptive Reuse of the FLATS at Ponce City Market Nearing Completion

    The adaptive reuse project including historic renovations of the formally named Sears, Roebuck & Company building is nearing completion. The landmark’s uppermost seven floors at the east and west wings were affected mostly, creating the new FLATS at Ponce City Market. Stevens & Wilkinson was in charge of the new design – the company is a full-service commercial architecture, engineering and interior design firm based in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., New York-based Fogarty Finger contributed to the interior design.

  • Hyatt House Atlanta/Cobb Galleria is LEED Certified

    Hyatt House Atlanta/Cobb Galleria in Atlanta's northwest corridor received LEED certification according to a written announcement released recently by Noble Investment Group and Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.

  • Terwilliger Pappas Breaks Ground on $50M Buckhead Community

    Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners started site work on Solis Downwood, a 280-unit luxury apartment project in Atlanta's Buckhead district.

  • FrontDoor Adds CopperLeaf Community in Cobb County

    FrontDoor Communities further expands its presence in Georgia by building a new neighborhood in Cobb County. The new 24-unit community will be called CopperLeaf and will feature five floor plans, from 2,800 to 4,000 square feet.

  • South Atlanta’s first Staybridge Suites Hotel Opens

    InterContinental Hotels Group announced the opening of their latest Staybridge Suites location in the Atlanta Metro Area. The company has previously launched seven Staybridge Suites hotels in the state, three of which are located in Metro Atlanta.

  • Connecture Signs 28.3 KSF Class-A Office Lease at 55 Allen Plaza

    A full story will fill in at 55 Allen Plaza as Connecture Inc. signs an 11-year lease of 28,299 square feet of office space in the building that has reached an occupancy rate of 93 percent. Lincoln Property Company Southeast’s Tony Bartlett and Andy Sumlin of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord and Carla Williams and Jeff Samaras of Cushman & Wakefield spoke for the tenant in the transaction.

  • Cobb County Approves Home of the Braves

    The Cobb County Commission gave green light to the Atlanta Braves stadium signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the team at its meeting on Tuesday, 26 November. The arena is only the jewel in the crown as it will be surrounded by a mixed use development including between 700,000 and 1 million square feet retail, restaurant, residential, hotel and office space – all privately funded 100 percent by the Braves, and other private partners.

  • Crescent Brings 256 Luxury Apartments to Howell Mill Road

    Crescent Howell Mill, a $47 million, 256-unit luxury community is officially on its way to bringing the apartment market in the area between Atlanta's Buckhead and Midtown districts to boil.

  • The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta Celebrates Four-Day Grand Opening

    The 370,000-square-foot Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta has finally opened its doors, bringing 99 top retailers to the local market.

  • New Developments Add Retailers for a More Diverse Atlanta Shopping Experience

    Atlanta shoppers will soon have more options to choose from, as retailers are lining up to grab a spot in big local developments currently underway.

  • NAP Breaks Ground on $600M Avalon Mixed-Use Development in Alpharetta

    Nine months after the ambitious Avalon mixed-use development finally got the approval of the Alpharetta City Council, developer North American Properties is now one step closer to deliver what it fondly calls “the Southeast’s preeminent experiential development”.

  • Undisclosed Buyer Pays $293M for Metro Atlanta’s Largest Hotel

    The 1,663-room Atlanta Marriot Marquis has recently traded owners, but no investor has yet claimed responsibility for the $293 million acquisition. Seller Host Hotels & Resorts announced that the sale went through on January 11, but has been reluctant to provide extra information.

  • Retrofitted Kennesaw Facility to Serve as Novelis’ New Global R&D Center

    Rolled aluminum and aluminum can recycling giant Novelis prides itself with a new 160,000-square-foot Global Research & Technology Center in Kennesaw. The facility, located merely 25 miles from the company’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta, previously served as office and warehouse space for a chemical manufacturer.

  • Crescent Ready to Kick-Start $67M Luxury Development in Buckhead

    Following the purchase of a three-acre site within Cousins Properties’ Terminus development, Crescent Resources, LLC is now set to begin construction on the $67 million Circle Terminus community. “This site has all the ingredients for a very successful luxury apartment community,” said Ben Collins, regional director for Crescent Resources.