Amin Fragrance Files Permit App for 101 Peachtree St SW

A recently renovated storefront in the “Whitehall Street Retail Historic District” is let at last.
Amin Fragrance Files Permit App for 101 Peachtree St SW
Photo: 101 Peachtree Street SW

Amin Fragrance Inc. will move in to the newly renovated row-style storefront located at 101 Peachtree Street SW, Suite A, according to a permit application filed with the City of Atlanta on January 18th. Work described on the application is for the “white-box” build-out of a commercial space for a new tenant. Construction is estimated at $20,000 and the square-footage totals 2,685.

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As you might have guessed from the company’s name, Amin Fragrance Inc. is classified as a “cosmetics, beauty supplies, and perfume store,” per the business filing that names Abdullah A. Mamun as the registered agent.

101 Peachtree Street SW’s renovations were completed by Building Place, LLC, a local real estate and development business in partnership with KW Commercial Intown Atlanta Realty, and according to the development’s website, 101 Peachtree Street was originally constructed around the 1890s. Building Place, LLC rebuilt the building’s façade with the goal of paying homage to the area’s history. The storefront was part of the “Whitehall Street Retail Historic District,” and once housed Days clothing store.

In renovations, new stairwells were added to provide access to the previously disconnected basement. ADA-compliant bathrooms have been added to the commercial space, along with new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire sprinkler systems. The building’s upstairs has been converted to lofts.

What Now Atlanta reached out to Building Place, LLC and Mamun to learn more but had not heard back at the time of publication.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.

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