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Downtown ATL gas station is going mixed-use with planned addition

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Across from The Varsity, office space will top downtown BP at busy corner

The one-story mini mart and gas pumps from across the street.
The one-story mini mart and gas pumps from across the street.
Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta

A gas station neighboring the downtown Connector is about to see a unique addition as crews begin the process of crowning it with offices.

The BP at the corner of Spring Street and North Avenue, at the junction of Midtown and downtown, will sprout second-story office space.

Proposed nearly a year ago, the 22,000-square-foot office project will top the existing mini mart and Dunkin’ Donuts.

Permit filings indicate the project will cost nearly $3 million.

A rendering of the project.
Amir Alihbai via Bisnow

While a unique addition by Atlanta standards, there are at least two other gas station-office hybrids in the metro.

A Chevron near Northlake Mall, and another Chevron at West Paces Ferry Road and Interstate 75, feature similar arrangements.