Another Westside industrial relic is set for transformation into “creative” office space as work launches on Inland Tract.
The project will turn two nondescript midcentury warehouses into nearly 80,000 square feet of office and “warehouse environments” near the Atlanta Hemphill Water Treatment facility.
Technically, the project sits at the southern edge of Blandtown, just west of Westside Provisions, at the intersection of Menlo Drive and Huff Road.
The duo will spend more than $16 million on the project, hoping to capitalize on the momentum of the “Upper Westside.”
Atlanta-based architecture firm Kronberg Wall is designing the project to incorporate “modern updates” to the midcentury industrial aesthetic. Large windows and skylights will provide natural light into office spaces, while a courtyard will create casual meeting spaces.
Look for Inland Tract to open in the fall, officials said this week.
- Inland Tract [website]
- On Atlanta’s Westside, more old warehouses targeted for ‘creative flex space’ [Curbed Atlanta]