[Rendering] Plans Filed For AMLI Flatiron in Buckhead Heights

Six-story multifamily mid-rise will be the fourth and final building for AMLI's City Place development.

AMLI Flatiron is moving forward in the Buckhead Heights neighborhood of Atlanta.

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AMLI Residential this week submitted a building permit application seeking approvals to develop land where the multifamily building will be erected.

Plans for the residential mid-rise were first unveiled in mid-2018.

The AMLI Flatiron site sits between Lakeside Drive and Oak Valley Road on a 2.95-acre parcel, at 3415 Kingsboro Road NE.

It will include 271 residential units and 401 parking spaces.

AMLI Flatiron’s parking deck will be located on the interior of the site and will be accessed at different levels from Lakeside Drive and Oak Valley Road.

There will be two exterior courtyards facing the linear park currently under construction to the south.

The flatiron-style building is part of AMLI’s City Place complex.

It will be the development’s fourth and final building.

AMLI Flatiron - Buckhead Heights - Rendering
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Rendering: Official
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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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Dixon Bartlett
1 year ago

Regarding the AMLI Flatiron plans, You should know–and report–that many resident of The Villa at Buckhead Heights condominium are quite upset with the proximity of this building to ours. The flatiron building which runs along side Oak Valley Rd is only set back 15 feet from the property line that separates our two building. This means that the entire inside of their building will face directly into approximately the first seven floors of our building, creating a situation where their rental units and our condo units will have a very uncomfortable view directly into each others units. Further on the… Read more »

1 year ago

I find it difficult to have empathy for condo owners who buy next door to a vacant lot then decry any development plans that come up later.

You can find more information on the project elevations/plans here. Given the steep grade changes on Lakeside Drive, it looks like your condo’s amenity/pool deck will either be around the top level of the parking deck if not looming over their project as well.

You can find the proposed plans/elevations submitted to the DRC here for reference.


Welcome to city living. Your property values are still going up regardless.

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