An affiliate of Atlanta-based developer Prestwick Companies is getting ready to build a 116-unit multifamily project named The Mallory Apartments in Northwest Atlanta‘s Dixie Hills, according to permit applications filed Wednesday.
Slated for vacant apartment land at 251 Anderson Ave. NW, the project would consist of two four-story apartment buildings: one with 59 units, and another with 57 units, according to this week’s filings. The applications list a total project square footage of just over 100,000 square feet and cost of about $16 million.
Plans from the fall previously called for a single four-story building with the same unit count at the site, construction documents submitted at that time show. Those designs also called for the project to provide 117 parking spaces on-site.
The three-acre project site, which borders Dixie Hills Circle to the north, is owned by WFO Anderson LLC, a company organized by James Blum and registered to the address of law firm Blum & Campbell LLC.
Along with Prestwick Companies, Atlanta-based architecture firm Geheber Lewis Associates is also involved in the project.