Developer plans 33-story, 460-unit, mixed-use Midtown tower
The proposed building would also contain approximately 75,000 square feet of office space and 15,000 square feet of retail space.
National real estate development company Real Estate Markets Group has plans for a 33-story, 460-unit mixed-use project in Downtown Atlanta, according to Midtown Development Review Committeeagenda for next week’s meeting.
Planned for 811 Peachtree Street, the newly proposed project would total 330,200 square feet at the southeast corner of the intersection of Peachtree and 6th Street, which is currently a surface parking lot. The plans call for 76,500 square feet of office space and 15,600 square feet of retail space.
Midtown RDC will review plans for the project at its monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, the agenda says. Global architecture and design firm is part of the project team alongside PMG Cooper wear, design and engineering office Kimley-Horn, and law firm Morris, Manning & Martin LLP.
The project would provide 455 parking spaces in a six-story podium parking deck.
The lobby and building amenities would be accessible from 6th Street.
A nearly 30-year-old company, PMG has led more than $ 7 billion in development, according to its website. Most of its projects are in New York and Florida, where its two offices are located.
PMG did not immediately respond to the request for comment.
Located two blocks east of Technology Square, the 811 Peachtree St. project site is also just south of Skyhouse South, a 23-story apartment tower acquired by national apartment owner Equity Residential last month. PMG’s development site was last acquired by a subsidiary of the developer The Integral Group in 2016 for about $ 12 million, according to county land records.