Crescent Communities Files to Permit Moores Mill Multifamily Plans to Progress
For locals in Atlanta’s extreme western edge, waiting a years for a new supermarket was the difficult part. They finally got their Publix in 2015, located at Moores Mill, however they will not have to wait as long for new houses at the job.
Edens opened the Publix at its Moores Mill mixed-use advancement in November 2017, and said at the time that as many as 345 apartment or condos quickly would be contributed to the mix. The South Carolina designer’s prepare for apartments now are moving on.
Last week, Charlotte, NC-based Crescent Neighborhoods submitted applications with the city of Atlanta to pave the way for development of the apartments at Moores Mill near the Chattahoochee River. Crescent asked for an unique administrative license (SAP) to enable “the creation of the merged development strategy issuance to enable shared parking within the master-planned development.”
Crescent, which is constructing homes across Atlanta – from the Old Fourth Ward to Central Boundary – generally does not talk about its advancements until late in the entitlement procedure or when it closes on a property. A company spokesperson stated she would look at the status, but CoStar News had actually not heard back from her by press time.
Crescent’s plans to establish an Unique apartment neighborhood are the latest in a string of brand-new tasks planned for Atlanta’s Upper Eastside. The location, initially a part of the Chattahoochee Industrial District, just recently has drawn in interest from mixed-use and multifamily designers after including some 5,000 primarily single-family homes to the surrounding locations. The brand-new residents demanded – and lastly got – their supermarket at Edens’ center.
Now developers are lining up to start new projects in the Upper Westside.
Selig Enterprises, which imagined the previous enterprise zone as a future mixed-use enclave when it got the Logan Circle industrial park in 1997, has major prepare for the Upper Westside with The Works at Chattahoochee, an 80-acre mixed-use development.
At Marietta Boulevard and Moores Mill Road, adjacent to Edens’ Moores Mill development, Eden Rock Real Estate Partners is constructing Westside Village at Moores Mill. The $25 million adaptive reuse project will comprise more than 70,000 square feet of dining establishment and retail area. Eden Rock also has actually looked for rezoning to enable it to establish 19 townhouses at 2260 Marietta Blvd.
. Last month, Cushman & & Wakefield stated it secured $37.8 million in building and construction funding for Vue at the Quarter, a 271-unit home neighborhood planned at 2048 Bolton Drive. The neighborhood, to be established by GJ Enterprises of Valdosta, GA, would consist of 359,000 square feet of space in 5 4- and five-story buildings, and is expected to be completed in May 2020, inning accordance with Cushman & & Wakefield.
The Atlanta Zoning Review Board is anticipated to think about Crescent’s applications for 2265 and 2275 Marietta Blvd. in September.