Prominent medical building to demolished in the process.
South Buckhead features a smorgasboard of modern architecture. The Sheffield Building standing at 1938 Peachtree Street may no longer be a part of that.
Last year, Piedmont Hospital acquired the property. Officials from the organization are now planning a $500 Million expansion at the site, according to Bisnow.
The CEO of Piedmont Hospital, Patrick Battey has been in talks with leaders of the local neighborhood associations, including Brookwood Hills. Plans include the demolition of the 78,000 square foot medical building. It is rumored that a new multi-story facility in its place may house Piedmont’s cardiac division.
The hospital’s current nearby building in South Buckhead is at full capacity, so the expansion will be not a moment too soon.
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