The neighborhoods west of Georgia Tech and Atlantic Station have seen a development boom in the last few years.
With thousands of new residential units, restaurants, and commercial space, the area is now prepping for the construction of two planned hotels, just blocks apart on 10th Street.
At the end of 10th Street, plans are coming together for a hotel adjacent to the under-construction Stockyards development.
The Brady Hotel, as it’s currently being called, received a boost at the end of last year when rezoning of the site made it through Atlanta City Council. Since, no information about the design or timeline has been released, but the half-acre site is primed and ready to go once plans materialize.
Closer to Midtown, Bridgesouth Hospitality is planning to bring Hotel Cameron to Northside Drive and 10th Street. Demolition over the last few months has cleared the site in preparation for the structure, which a tipster indicates could contain just over 100 hotel rooms.
While plans are still being ironed out for the site, early indications are that the hotel could feature a sixth floor rooftop dining area for guests, offering views of the Midtown skyline.
We’ve reached out to both an architect and engineer involved in the project and will update with any new news.
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