The development will be comprised of 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurants along with a five-story residential community, The Alastair.
Westdale and StreetLights Residential recently broke ground on Aria Village, a new mixed-use development in Sandy Springs.
The development will be comprised of 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurants along with a five-story residential community, The Alastair, according to a press release Thursday.
The project is part of Aria, a larger master-planned community by Ashton Woods.
Aria Village will be StreetLights’ first development in Georgia since opening its Atlanta office in July 2016.
Located just north of Atlanta and adjacent to the new Mercedes-Benz USA headquarters, Aria Village will host boutique retail, a chef-driven restaurant on the Town Green, and 357 luxury apartment units.
Apartments will range in size from 701 to 2,068 square feet and include one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans.
“With the corporate relocation of Mercedes-Benz USA headquarters to Sandy Springs and the continued growth of the area, we believe incoming and existing residents will be attracted to the quality, boutique-style living that StreetLights offers,” Fred Kay, SVP of Development for StreetLights, said in the release.
Influenced by English Arts and Crafts architecture, Aria Village will offer access to the new Aria hiking trails.
The residential community will offer a full suite of amenities inclusive of a luxurious pool deck, co-working spaces, dog wash, two-story fitness facility, and much more.
Apartment homes will offer granite countertops, island seating, custom cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances including gas ranges.
Select residences will include screened-in porches and side yards with stoop entries. The first apartment homes are anticipated to be available in the fall of 2019.
StreetLights is developing the project with SLR Construction, LLC serving as the general contractor. Architecture for Aria Village is designed by Looney Ricks Kiss with landscape design by TBG Partners. Interior design will be completed by 5G Studio.
“We’ve designed Aria as a 'living symphony' that combines the vibrancy of the city with the serenity of nature,” Dwayne Hill, President of Ashton Woods Atlanta, said in the release.
“Our architectural design is unique to Atlanta, and works carefully with the slope, crests, and valleys of the land, making way for spectacular views and a unique living experience.”