‘Castleberry Park’ Apartments, Mercantile Space Moving Forward

In addition to the Hard Rock Hotel that broke ground earlier this year, the project includes 130 apartments, 20,000SF retail.

The multifamily component of the forthcoming Castleberry Park development in Castleberry Hill is moving forward.

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Plans this month were submitted to Fulton County to lay the foundation and build a seven-story structure that will house the project’s apartments.

A permit for an adjoined seven-story parking structure—expected to cost an estimated $4.7 million—was also submitted.

The project will feature approximately 130 residential units, a rooftop deck with panoramic city views and community amenities such as a club room, dog wash area, and a package-delivery center.

The property will also include a 30,000-square-foot ground-floor commercial space for restaurants and other retail and a public park.

In addition, Castleberry Park will feature a 200-key Hard Rock brand hotel which broke ground in March.

The $90 million development is slated to debut in 2019.

Castleberry Park Site Plan
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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas., Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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Scott
Scott
3 years ago

Hard rock? I am hearing it’s their watered down brand Reverb. Please investigate.

Richard Stahli
Richard Stahli
3 years ago
Reply to  Scott

I highly doubt it. The Reverb brand will mostly convert older hotels or reuse otherwise abandoned real estate whereas the Hard Rock brand is pricier and mostly new properties. Where are you hearing this?

Nick
Nick
2 years ago

Its a Reverb Hotel… check their website + curbed and Atlanta business chronicle. http://reverbhotels.com/atlanta-downtown/

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