[Renderings] Eclectic Bishop Street the Site of New West Midtown Mixed-Use Project

400 Bishop will offer a way to bypass West Midtown’s congestion while remaining at the epicenter of activity.
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Atlanta-based real estate development firm Track West Partners Monday announced its plans for the mixed-used development 400 Bishop, which will anchor a stretch of former industrial buildings in the West Midtown community adjacent to Atlantic Station.  

The announcement arrives on the heels of a permit application that was filed with the City of Atlanta this week, the first major step in moving the development forward.

400 Bishop’s seven-story build-out—complete with rooftop patios and balconies—will feature 130,000 square feet of creative-class loft office space and a variety of restaurants, retail and entertainment offerings.

“400 Bishop will provide an opportunity for forward-thinking companies seeking out an environment that offers their employees and customers ease-of-access, building functionality and endless social attractions both within the property and its surrounding neighborhood,” said Matt Widmaier, principal at Track West Partners in a statement.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2020.

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Kamille D. Whittaker is an Atlanta-based journalist, editor and researcher.

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