Another major mixed-use tower could be slated for Midtown’s ceaselessly booming development scene, continuing a hot streak of about six years.
The 51-story structure, slated to rise at 1125 Peachtree Street, is planned to offer 271 hotel rooms, 70 condos, and upwards of 200,000 square feet of office space, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
The Selig Enterprises development will also host some 6,000 square feet of street-level retail options. At 573 feet high, it would be one of the neighborhood’s tallest skyscrapers, roughly equivalent to the height of The Atlantic in Atlantic Station, within the top 15 tallest structures in town. (We’ve asked Selig reps for renderings and will post should they arrive; follow links to visuals posted elsewhere).
Stacked with two- and three-bedroom units, 16 floors of condominium space are expected to claim a significant portion of the complex. (The typical condo will measure about 2,100 square feet, which is relatively immense.)
Architects Rule Joy Trammel + Rubio are on board to design the tower, which will reportedly include amenities such as a ballroom, spa, workout facilities, and eateries.
WhatNowAtlanta reported this week that a “low-quality rendering” shows what might be the Ritz-Carlton logo atop the structure.
The Peachtree project is hardly the first skyscraper recently teased in Midtown.
Selig, too, has ambitions for a nearby $400 million mixed-use development on West Peachtree Street, which will flaunt a 180-room Marriot hotel, 73 condos, and more than 600,000 square feet of office space.
- Selig plans 51-story tower overlooking Midtown’s Peachtree Street (Rendering) [Atlanta Business Chronicle]
- [Rendering] Will the RItz-Carlton anchor New 51-story Selig tower in Midtown? [WhatNowAtlanta]
- Gleaming tower with 30 stories of office space unveiled for Midtown [Curbed]