Whole Foods’ 365 Concept Coming to Paces Ferry Plaza (that’s the Houston’s Shopping Center to most of us). The obvious question is where will people park? Another question is, “Are those rumors we keep hearing about Houston’s not renewing their lease true?” Read the full article in Buckhead View.
EDENS, a major developer and owner of retail shopping centers and the current owner of Andrews Square plans a major redevelopment there featuring familiar local favorite stores. Lucy’s Market will be the new anchor and Poppy’s will remain. Two or more restaurants will be added in addition to a fitness club and home furnishings store. The revamping will feature a white and dark gray color scheme. Read the full article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
With the Cumberland area adding millennials faster than any other Atlanta suburb not one will be sureprised that Passion City Church will open a Cumberland campus on a three-acre site on the north side of Cumberland Boulevard between Riverwood Parkway and Cobb Parkway. The Cumberland campus is currently meeting at the Waverly Atlanta Renaissance Hotel. For more information visit passioncitychurch.com/cumberland/.
Read the full article in the AJC.
Everyone has been wondering when this vacant lot on Cumberland Parkway and Paces Walk would be developed. Here we go. Restaurants, retail, office, hotel, bank, apartments, condominiums, an over-55 residential development, and a high-end grocer. Could this be the Whole Foods or Fresh Market Vinings residents have been waiting for? Read the complete article in Bisnow.
The Brookhaven MARTA station will soon see a dramatic transformation. MARTA announced a recently-formed partnership to develop a parking lot into major city center which will include a park, apartments, hotel, shopping, office space, condos and senior independent living, among other amenities. The first of three phases of construction will begin next summer.
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In a similar partnership, the Chamblee MARTA station will add offices and retail on a much smaller, 2.14 acre parcel. Read the full article on both developments in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.