Due west of Buckhead and Interstate 75, real estate firm Cannon Equities is planning to build a sort of mixed-use mini-city that could bring more than 800 new residences to an under-the-radar section of Atlanta. Dwight Bell, the company's founder and CEO, told Bisnow the site is one of the largest urban infill opportunities left in Atlanta and has the potential to become a destination. Dubbed "The Quarter-Upper West Side," which is a mouthful, the project would rise just north of Crest Lawn Memorial Park on Bolton Drive, near Marietta Boulevard. More specifically, Bell envisions a 386-unit apartment complex, a collection of townhomes, condos and single-family residences, along with boutique shops, restaurants and a town square overlooking a park. If home prices in nearby nabes like Whittier Mill Village, Underwood Hills and Riverside are any indication, the proposed village could offer more affordable alternatives to basically everywhere on the flipside of town.