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Located along the Memorial Drive Corridor on the northern border of the resurgent historic neighborhood of Grant Park and south of Old Fourth Ward, The George’s location is part of an emerging urban mixed-use corridor. The George will contain 130 apartment units and 11,500 square feet of retail. Retail will include a 4,500-square-foot high-end bottle shop, 4,100-square-foot restaurant, and two additional storefronts for neighborhood-oriented retail. The six-story, 110,000-square-foot mixed-use project is located on a 1.44 acre walkable, new urbanist site adjacent to the State Capitol, and Georgia State University.
The George is a transit-oriented development at just a five-minute walk from the King Memorial MARTA Station. Renters will also be approximately 1/4 mile and 1/3 mile from interchanges at I-20 and the Downtown Connector (I-75/85), respectively. Urban Realty Partners is committed to sensible sustainability in all of its projects, and The George will be a prime example of this. The building will be both energy and water efficient to lower bills, save energy and create a lower cost of living for residents.
The Leonard is a mixed-use, boutique multifamily development featuring 85 apartment units in north Grant Park. It located across Memorial Drive from the new linear City park connecting the State Capitol with the Historic Oakland Cemetery. Just 3 blocks from the MLK MARTA station, it is located immediately adjacent to the successful restaurant and bar, Augustine’s, and a short walk to many other neighborhood restaurants such as Six Feet Under, Ria’s Blue Bird Café, Tin Lizzies, Octane, Daddy D’z, and Doc Chey’s. The Leonard also includes 3,100 square feet of retail/commercial space. Amenities include a club room, fitness center, dog washing facility, secured parking, and ZipCar deposit/pickup.
The Reynolds is a 130-unit residential condominium project located in the SoNo (South of North) district of in-town Atlanta at the northeast corner of Peachtree Street and Linden Avenue — where Midtown meets Downtown. The project is adjacent to the historic North Avenue Presbyterian Church, across the street from Bank of America Tower and Emory’s Crawford Long Hospital, and is within walking distance of the Fox Theatre and many restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions along Peachtree Street. The Reynolds includes 11,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space fronting Peachtree Street, Linden Avenue and Courtland Street and a four-level parking deck. Amenities include a pool and garden terrace on the seventh floor, a club room, a fitness center, a private lobby on Peachtree, secured parking, and a concierge.
The Reynolds is a classic residential building that relates to its urban fabric and enlivens the neighborhood with restaurants and sidewalk cafes. It is designed to provide a boutique condominium environment with fewer and larger units, a greater percentage of two-bedroom residences and more traditional architecture that will provide a different option in the marketplace from other properties in the area. It was designed by the architectural firm Surber Barber Choate and Hertlein whose recent commissions include the Arthur Blank Family Foundation Offices, The Wilburn House Condominiums in Midtown and other community landmarks. The Reynolds affords its residents with city living as it was meant to be.
Bringing a new era in condominium living to Atlanta, The Brookwood sits at the corner of Peachtree Road and 28th Street in one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas of the city. Adjacent to both Brookwood Hills and Ardmore Park neighborhoods, the 18 story, 219 home development offers expansive views of both Midtown and Buckhead and, with floor plans averaging 1,700 square feet, some of the most spacious condominiums in Atlanta.
The residences sit above 20,000 square feet of retail space that offers boutique shopping and fine restaurants on a landscaped terrace set back 35 feet from Peachtree Road. A new extension of Palisades Road gives homeowners secure access to underground parking, with above-ground parking for restaurant and retail customers. Designed with a neighborhood feel in mind, one of The Brookwood’s key amenities is a one-acre “green deck,” complete with a lawn, garden, swimming pool and barbecue grills. A limited number of homes have garden patios and oversized balconies for spacious outdoor living space. Other amenities include an Owner’s Club, 24-hour concierge, fitness center and state-of-the-art telecommunications. LEED-certified, the building was completed in May 2009.
Oakland Park, located at the corner of Park Avenue and Memorial Drive, provides residents with dramatic skyline views of downtown Atlanta, a rooftop entertainment deck, fitness center, and most importantly, the benefits of living in a healthy, sustainable building. Oakland Park is LEED certified, an independent, verifiable certification approved by the US Green Building Council. The building, which was designed to blend with the surrounding historic Grant Park neighborhood, is comprised of 65 condo/loft homes and street front retail. Oakland Park, co-developed by Urban Realty Partners, LLC, and Melaver, Inc., a pioneer in environmentally friendly developments, is the catalyst to begin the revitalization of the Memorial Drive corridor.
Located at 916 Lowery Boulevard, just off Marietta Street, Puritan Mill is a loft-office redevelopment in the dynamic westside district of Midtown Atlanta. A joint venture with Weaver & Woodbery, Puritan Mill is an 82,000 square foot project containing office space and The Foundry, a 13,000 square foot special events facility (shown in photo). The development offers a blend of historic elements such as numerous skylights and full-height windows, high ceilings, and exposed brick and beams combined with features required by today’s office tenants, such as state-of-the-art telecommunications and power, large floor plates capable of heavy loads, 24-hour controlled security access, flexible HVAC, ample parking, and plenty of on-site and area amenities.
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CAPITOL GATEWAY & AUBURN POINTE
In 2002, Capitol Redevelopment, LLC, a joint venture of Urban Realty Partners, Trammell Crow Residential, and The Integral Group, was selected by the Atlanta Housing Authority to redevelop Capitol Homes and Grady Homes, two Authority properties located near Georgia’s State Capitol building, into mixed income housing redevelopments. The redevelopments are part of the Federal Hope VI program to redevelop America’s deteriorating public housing projects into safe, attractive and sustainable neighborhoods. These two projects, located just east across the Downtown Connector from Downtown, were traditional housing projects with accompanying blight and social problems.
The project is located on over 70 acres of well-located real estate within an easy walk to the State Capitol and Georgia State University and is surrounded by revitalizing neighborhoods including the Old 4th Ward, the Martin Luther King Historic District and Grant Park. It contains approximately 900 units (Capitol) and 700 units (Grady) of new urbanist style housing and is supported by revitalized schools, childcare facilities, parks and other neighborhood amenities. The redevelopment is part of an area-wide redevelopment plan, the Memorial Drive Corridor Revitalization Plan, which provides development standards for new projects in the area. A major component of the Revitalization Plan is a linear urban park spanning the 200-foot wide block between Memorial Drive and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive and connecting the oldest Atlanta park, Historic Oakland Cemetery, with the east front of the Georgia State Capitol.
The Heritage (formerly known as the historic Journal Record Building) located in Oklahoma City, was originally
constructed in 1923 and designed by renowned architect Solomon Layton as a home to the Masonic Temple. It then became home to The Journal Record, Oklahoma’s award-winning daily newspaper, before being significantly damaged in the Oklahoma City bombing in April of 1995. Renamed The Heritage, the building is being restored and redeveloped into high-quality creative office space that is a new product type for Oklahoma City. The project combines timeless architecture with modern, open and unique work environments that allow companies to express their uniqueness and enhance productivity. It will serve as a contemporary alternative to the typical office tower, while providing a more sophisticated image than the rustic loft office or repurposed warehouse. The restoration of the Journal Record Building not only involves the revival of an historic structure, but it also reestablishes commercial activity and the filling of a symbolic void in Oklahoma City’s skyline.