In addition to the 1010 West Peachtree project Curbed Atlanta covered earlier this week, two other mixed-use projects in Midtown were proposed during June's Development Review Committee meeting. The first, 22 Fourteenth Street, will add 6,500 square feet of ground-floor retail and 400 units of residential space to the southwest corner of 14th and West Peachtree. Along with Novare's 1163 Peachtree project, this project from Related Group will anchor the remaining corners facing One Atlanta Center and Regions Plaza and provide a total of 18,000 square feet of retail at the intersection. It's a fairly elegant, interesting proposal, made even more so by its proximity to Novare's blasé design.
Also proposed at the meeting was a very early stage project from Atlantic Realty Partners called Azure on the Park (see below). The scale may be slightly off in this early rendering, but the endgame is a five-story building next to a 24-story tower that will add 330 apartments and 2,100 square feet of retail at Piedmont Avenue between 10th and 11th streets.
The 22 Fourteenth Street project will refine a few details and submit new renderings within the month. Azure is awaiting rezoning and will return to DRC in August.
· New Development Announced: June 2014 DRC Recap [MidtownATL.com]
· More Mixed-Use Mania On Tap For White-Hot Midtown [Curbed Atlanta]