Final approved plans depict substantially less surface parking, reoriented grid.
Update (March 8, 2017): [Rendering] Plans Filed For $250 Million Madison Yards Development
Fuqua Development’s 17.5-acre mixed-use rezoning for redevelopment of the Legget and Platt site 905 Memorial Drive along the forthcoming Beltline extension received a vote of approval last night at a Reynoldstown Civic Improvement League meeting, Creative Loafing reports.
The property, which has until now been called 905 Memorial, was christened ‘Madison Yards,’ a nod to one neighborhood founder, Madison Reynolds.
Though an official Loopnet listing depicts outdated renderings for the site, final plans approved last night feature substantially less surface parking and a reoriented site plan. Much of the parking at Madison Yards’ will be underground, hidden from view, or facing highway 20.
About three fourths of residents in attendance voted in approval after several months of revisions with Fuqua Development.
Vantage Realty (who is managing leasing for the site) told What Now Atlanta that digital renderings will be delivered as soon as possible.
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