$300 million mixed-use will be an “experimental” development from RCP Companies.
The top-heavy Metro Atlanta region will see new development south of the Perimeter.
Alabama-based RCP Companies has announced Jodeco|Atlanta South in a press release Wednesday. The development will be situated in the heart of Henry county, adjacent to Interstate 75 at exit 222.
Preliminary plans include retail and restaurants, an entertainment hub, amphitheatre, outdoor fitness and recreation areas, and “sophisticated residences” within an “amenity-rich, urban district.”
Jodeco|Atlanta South will feature 500,000 square feet of retailers, with plans to feature an organic grocery store – Perhaps Whole Foods or Sprouts, the latter which is increasingly popular in mixed-use developments.
RCP Companies hopes to attract “foodies” with chef-driven restaurants in a 12,000 square foot dining hall called Mt. Olive Market. Also in the works are two upscale hotels, 600 residences, and a 30 acre park.
The renderings depict a generous amount of parking surrounding the development.
Construction will commence later this year, with the first tenants opening doors in early 2017.
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