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Plans Filed For Midtown Dual-Branded AC Hotel By Marriott / Moxy

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Plans Filed For Midtown Dual-Branded AC Hotel By Marriott / Moxy

Noble Investment Group is moving forward with the 300-room hotel at 53 14th Street.

Architectural firm Cooper Carry filed a handful of building permits with City of Atlanta late last week for new construction of a dual-branded AC Hotel by Marriott – a "European inspired design hotel" – and Moxy Hotel – a boutique hotel with "soul and style" – in Midtown.

The city filings come nearly one year to the day Noble Investment Group presented plans for the nearly 300-room hotel, at 53 14th Street to Midtown's Development Review Committee.

The 165,250-square-foot dual-branded project will be built from the ground-up in the parking lot between Four Seasons Atlanta and Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown hotels, on 14 Street.

Noble's Midtown AC will be the second in Atlanta. The commercial real estate investment and development firm is building the first near Phipps Plaza in Buckhead, a partnership with the mall's developer, Simon Property Group.

As for Moxy, the Midtown location will be the brand's first in the Atlanta market. Moxy has 37 outposts slated for mid-2017 and mid-2018 openings, according to the hotel's website. There are six Moxy Hotels worldwide today.

AC Hotel By Marriott : Moxy Hotel Atlanta

The Atlanta Business Chronicle has snaps of the project's architectural renderings here.

Ac Hotel By Marriott / Moxy Hotel

53 14th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309
Caleb J. Spivak
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One response to “Plans Filed For Midtown Dual-Branded AC Hotel By Marriott / Moxy

  1. Very underwhelming for such a prime block in Midtown. I wish zoning could designate this as a much more dense development to match it's surroundings. Infill is still infill though.

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