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Rising, curving Juniper Street tower promises a unique addition to Midtown

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Hanover West Peachtree will offer offices, retail, and residences at 7th Street, between Peachtree and Juniper

A crane next two more than 12 stories of concrete structure, curving in an S shape.
A crane stands next to more than 12 stories of concrete structure, curving in an S shape.
Michael Kahn, Curbed Atlanta

A curving concrete tower, unlike any recently built in Midtown, is rising along 7th Street between Peachtree and Juniper streets.

Hanover Midtown, slated to house offices, retail, and residences, is coming along on the site of a former parking lot.

The project has been in the works for years, with plans first revealed in 2015 and testing on the site having started two years ago.

Construction fences went up around the parking lots to the south of Bulldogs in late 2016, and progress has been steady on the site ever since.

Crews have brought the tower to about half of its eventual height. Windows have started to be installed on the lowest residential floors, perched atop the parking podium facing Juniper Street.

Once complete, the 29-story building will bring eight stories of office and retail to Peachtree Street, with 342 residences in the tower at the eastern edge of the site.

A view from the east.

The building isn’t the first for the developer in the neighborhood, with work finally wrapping up on a mid-rise project along 10th Street between West Peachtree and Spring streets. Overall, it will be the fourth addition to the Hanover family in Atlanta, joining Hanover Buckhead Village and Hanover East Paces.

The Midtown tower is anticipated to be complete by the end of this year.