Place Properties Files Plans For 144-Unit Student Housing Project Downtown

The Edge is downtown's latest planned apartment community.

The Edge is downtown’s latest planned apartment community.

Place Properties, a development, acquisition, and third-party management services real estate firm, is moving forward with plans to construct a 144-unit student housing complex downtown near Georgia State University.

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A building permit application this week was filed with City of Atlanta to develop land, at 200 Edgewood Avenue NE, to build The Edge.

An estimated $750,800 will be spent readying the land for the residential mid-rise.

The Edge will boast 144 residential units, 2,602-square-feet of retail, 2,350-square-feet of restaurant space, and a parking deck for 115 vehicles.

What Now Atlanta (WNA) insiders suggest Waffle House will open in the designated restaurant space. However, earlier this year, the breakfast-all-day eatery made plans to open down the street in the One 12 Courtland building.

While Place does not offer any information about its latest project online, the domain TheEdgeATL.com has been registered through Blue Host.

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[Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article indicated “Paces” Properties, the developer behind Krog Street Market and Vinings Jubilee, would open The Edge. This information has since been updated to reflect the correct developer, “Place” Properties.]

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta and What Now Los Angeles.
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Jessica
5 years ago

Are they tearing down buildings in the process?

Which one?
5 years ago

Pace Properties or Paces Properties (as in the guys that developed Krog Street Market)?

JB
5 years ago

Are you sure the developer is not Place Properties? Also, partial-demolition of two existing structures has already begun and was approved by the Atlanta Urban Design Commission months ago.

[…] Ave., just across from Sweet Auburn Curb Market and close to Georgia State University. According to What Now Atlanta, the building will be called The Edge and have retail and restaurant space on the ground floor as […]

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