Permit applications were filed this month to develop a 155-unit multifamily building at 1941 Cheshire Bridge Rd. NE, next to developer Westplan Investors‘ recently completed, 239-unit Accent Morningside project, city records show.
The filings call for land disturbance for the construction of Accent Morningside II. They follow multifamily land development permit applications submitted in November, with plans also showing a request for an address change to 1965 Cheshire Bridge Rd. NE.
With offices in both Atlanta and the Netherlands, Westplan, which didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on its plans, has been active as a multifamily investor, developer, and seller of Cheshire Bridge properties in the last half-decade. Along with Accent Morningside, which it finished in 2016 and sold last February for $54 million, it also developed and sold Accent 2050, which is down the road at 2050 Cheshire Bridge, in December for $38 million.
A video of Westplan’s first Morningside phase, which was renamed Solstice Morningside, can be found here. Its rents range from $1,344 to 1,424 for studios, $1,516 to 1,725 for one-bedrooms, and around $1,913 for two-bedrooms, according to Apartments.com.