Chipotle Could Open in ‘Northside & 17th’ Mixed-Use Near IKEA

The quick-service burrito joint is the second known tenant for the Kroger-anchored project.

The quick-service burrito joint would be the second known tenant for the Kroger-anchored project.

Chipotle could open its newest Atlanta-area location in the forthcoming Northside & 17th mixed-use development, a 12.5-acre site next door to IKEA Atlantic Station.

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The project is being developed in a joint venture with Fuqua Development and The Ardent Companies.

Ardent, under the project’s company “TAC 17th Street West LLC,” Thursday filed a permit application with City of Atlanta to buildout the 2,300-square-foot Chipotle in the mixed-use project, at 1299 Northside Drive.

An estimated $300,000 would be spent on the restaurant’s interior and exterior, according to the permit filing.

Chipotle would be the second known tenant for Northside & 17th, behind Kroger Co., the project’s anchor.

The supermarket giant earlier this year bought nearly seven acres of the project for $10.9 million to construct an 80,000-square-foot.

Ardent did not immediately return What Now Atlanta’s request for comment.


Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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3 years ago

All the money in the world, but zero creativity.. Fuqua- “Keeping Atlanta Mediocre”. Fuqua is the Trump of Atlanta developers.

What a complete waste of an amazing site.

Can anyone stop this suburban development from Hell?

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