National apartment developer Mill Creek Residential has plans for a 30-story, 345-unit mixed-use project to replace a Midtown parking lot on the northern side of 10th Street, according to the Midtown Development Review Committee‘s meeting agenda for next week.
The roughly 400,000-square-foot development would rise at 180 10th St., which is located mid-block between Juniper Street and Piedmont Avenue, and also include about 4,000 square feet of retail space facing 10th Street. The project would also provide 442 parking spaces in a partially buried eight-story podium parking deck, according to the Midtown DRC’s agenda.
The DRC will discuss the proposed development Tuesday evening before reviewing plans for an even larger development, a 33-story, 460-unit project by Property Markets Group.
The DRC agenda shows that architecture and engineering firm Gresham Smith is also involved in Mill Creek Residential’s proposed development.
Along with retail, the project’s 10th-Street facade would feature a covered area leading to the building’s lobby.
Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Mill Creek Residential develops, acquires, constructs, and operates apartment communities throughout the U.S. Its portfolio amounts to about 100 developments, including eight in Atlanta under its Modera brand.
Mill Creek Residential Managing Director Patrick Chesser said the company would provide more details on its plans for its Midtown project next week.