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A joint venture between real estate development and investment firms Golub & Company, AB Capital LLC, Atlanta entrepreneur Thierry François and a MetLife Investment Management-advised client has recently broken ground on BRYKS Upper Westside, according to a press release this week.
Construction of the project is underway, and the first phase of the community is slated to open in the third quarter of 2024.
Located at 2200 Marietta Blvd NW, the 5.8-acre development will feature retail spaces and two separate and distinct apartment buildings, joined together by a common plaza. The residential development includes a variety of 576 multi-family units consisting of studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. The joint venture has partnered with architecture and design firm Lord Aeck Sargent and general contractor New South Construction.
“We’re excited to enter the Atlanta market as we continue to expand our investments in the Southeast, and with the vast amount of growth we’ve seen on the west side of Atlanta, we feel that this project comes at the perfect time,” said President and CEO of Golub & Company, Michael Newman in the release. “We anticipate that this area will continue to flourish in the coming years and look forward to offering our future residents the opportunity to be right in the center of it all.”
BRYKS Upper Westside will reflect the area’s industrial roots and character, offering skyline views from each building. The development will provide amenities such as a pool, dog park, fitness center, co-working and lounge spaces.
“When entering this joint venture, we assessed the situation strategically, ensuring that all parties involved along with the Bolton Neighborhood and the greater community will greatly benefit from this mixed-use development,” said Senior Vice President of Acquisitions for Golub & Company, Adam Short. “The area’s revitalization along with its close proximity to Buckhead, Vinings and West Midtown make BRYKS Upper Westside a prime location to live, work and play.”