[Renderings] Hapeville Mixed-Use Advances With Conditional Use Permit Approval

South City Partners got the votes it needed Tuesday to move its project — apartments, townhomes, retail — to the next stage of planning
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Plans to build a residential-centric mixed-use development in Hapeville are moving forward. South City Partners (SCP) on Tuesday got approval from Hapeville City Council for a critical Conditional Use Permit (CUP) needed to advance the project, Will Casaday, vice president of development for the firm, Wednesday confirmed with What Now Atlanta (WNA). While the land is already zoned “U-V” (Urban Village), the CUP was needed for various elements of the multifamily portion of the project, according to planning documents.

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“We are excited to have received approval from the City of Hapeville Tuesday evening on a Conditional Use Permit for our planned mixed-use project consisting of apartments, retail (vertically integrated with the apartments), townhomes, and commercial office,” Casaday said. “As contemplated, this project will redevelop nearly the entire city block, and will serve as an integral piece of the City’s Eastern gateway, along with the Porsche headquarters to the south, and will serve to expand the walkability and existing fabric of downtown Hapeville.”

The yet-to-be-named mixed-use would offer approximately 280 units and approximately 25 townhomes. There would also be 5,000 square feet of commercial space that could be leased for restaurant and retail uses. The property — currently occupied by an events center and comedy club — is bound by Lavista Road, King Arnold Street, and Sunset Avenue. The existing structures would be demolished to make way for the mixed-use. SCP is working its way through the remaining City approvals and hopes to go vertical sometime early next year.

“We look forward to becoming a part of the Hapeville community and to working further with the City of Hapeville, Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance, and other stakeholders in the area,” Casaday said.

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Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak