The Midtown Development Review Committee (DRC) met yesterday, Aug. 12 to follow up on the proposed 1010 West Peachtree project and to review a new mixed-use project at 1330 West Peachtree Street. Here’s an overview of what happened courtesy of Midtown Alliance:
1330 West Peachtree Street: Urban Realty Partners is seeking to convert the Arthritis Foundation’s five-story office building into a mixed-use restaurant/retail and apartment building. The architecture firm PRAXIS3 is leading the design team and they presented a concept that includes 98 apartment units and approximately 5,000 square feet of street-level retail/restaurant space on West Peachtree Street. The DRC recommended approval for the project given that no variations from the zoning code were requested.
1010 West Peachtree Street: The Hanover Company returned to the DRC with updates to their 6-story mixed-use project known as Hanover Midtown. The proposal includes approximately 328 residential units and 14,600 square feet of retail fronting on 10th Street. The DRC recommended approval and was particularly supportive of the retail component, which is well integrated into the project and located on an emerging retail corridor anchored by Georgia Tech on the west and Piedmont Park to the east.