Hampton Inn & Suites Moving Forward With Midtown Hotel

Plans this week were filed to build the 20-story tower from the ground-up more than two years after the project was announced.

Plans this week were filed to build the 20-story tower from the ground-up more than two years after the project was announced.

North Point Hospitality Group is moving forward with plans to construct a new Hampton Inn & Suites from the ground-up in Midtown.

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The commercial real estate development firm this week filed a permit application with City of Atlanta for the 168,246-square-foot project.

North Point first sought approval for the new 20-story Hampton Inn & Suites in February 2015, according to the Midtown Alliance website.

The land where the tower will be built, at 1231 West Peachtree Street NW near the High Museum of Art, was cleared mid-2016 including the demolition of a brick-building constructed in the 1980s.

Designed by Lindsay Pope Brayfield Clifford & Associates, the new Midtown hotel will be situated across the street from AMLI Arts Center.


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Hampton Inn & Suites Rendering from 2015.
Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

3 Responses

  1. Exciting. Just what the Arts Center area needs-another second rate, mediocre hotel,
    the kind Atlanta seems to be in love with.

  2. In a state where Visitor spending generated approximately $3 billion in state and local tax revenue in Georgia. In addition , benefitting every Georgia household from state and local tax savings of approximately $840 as a result of the tourism industry’s tax contribution. Urban snobbery and elitism has no place in a city like Atlanta and certainly not Midtown.
    Affordable Hotels are a nessiaty for tourism as tourists come from every economic demographic and background.
    As a property owner and resident in 30309 our neighbors and friends welcome the continued influx of economic investment in our neighborhood. Midtown is what top real estate agents refer to as Atlanta’s version of ocean front property. It is also a welcoming diverse laid back neighborhood, made up of roughly 71% of white collar workers within its zip codes. Recently you may have noticed that other areas surrounding midtown are now being referred to as west midtown and south midtown.This is typical in high demand real estate markets and is generally started by developers and then passed down to real estate agents so that areas surrounding midtown proper become more desirable . The resurgence and regentrifacation of midtown including Ansley Park and surrounding neighborhoods was intiated by the L.G.B.T. community starting in the late 60’s and early 70”s and continues today. Midtown quickly caught on as the place to be. Unfortunately what this has caused is the demise of affordable housing in the area for students and the service industry. In closing ,welcome one and all and congratulions to the owners of The Hampton Inn and Suites for bringing in another market share to Midtown, of tourists and visitors that may not be able to stay at the Four Seasons or Loews or the Hyatt.Their financial support of our restaurants and business’s will be greatly appreciated. Unsure what the earlier commenter is referring to as Midtown Atlanta having a preference for certain hotels, as Midtown residents will not be the ones booking rooms for the night.

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