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First look: Take a virtual tour of 881 Midtown’s boutique office space and rooftop

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With residences, retail, and office space, this major mixed-use is slated for a December 2018 delivery

A rendering of the office space superimposed onto a street view.
Newly unveiled “walkthrough renderings” show the office building superimposed onto a Midtown street view.
Renderings: Lincoln Property Company Southeast

Construction is well underway for Midtown’s next major mixed-use development, and the project’s newly secured property manager and leasing agent, Lincoln Property Company Southeast, says its delivery date could come sooner than expected.

Led by developer Hanover Company, this 29-story complex is rising at the corner of Peachtree and 7th streets, and will bring more than 300 residential units, 11,000 square feet of retail, and more than 40,000 square feet of office space to Midtown.

And who can forget the 7,000-ish square feet of rentable roof space?

Dubbed “881 Midtown” due to its location on the 800 block of the neighborhood’s piece of Peachtree Street, the development was initially slated to be patron-ready by springtime 2019. But, according to a press release LPC sent to Curbed Atlanta on Monday, it looks like doors could open by December of this year.

The development will also stand just spitting distance from some bustling Midtown haunts, such as Fado Irish Pub and The Vortex. It’ll also open less than a half mile from the neighborhood’s MARTA station.

On Monday, LPC unveiled an interactive, digital peek inside 881 Midtown’s office space and rooftop patio. Here, you can take a 3-D animated tour of the under-construction complex, which was designed by architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz.

A rendering of the office’s interior.
A rendering of the office space
A rendering of the office space
a rendering of the office space
A rendering of the office space
A rendering of the rooftop patio
A rendering of the rooftop patio

Here’s what the finished product is expected to look like, according to Hanover:

A rendering of the skyscraper to-be and its adjoining office building.
The 29-story mixed-use tower will house residences, office space, and retail offerings.

And take a gander at the Midtown plot that developers are working with, courtesy of Google Maps’ street view:

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