[Renderings] TPA Residential’s 680 Hamilton To Bring 275 Apartments Adjacent The Atlanta BeltLine

Mixed-use would offer five mid-rise residential buildings, two parking structures, and 7,000 square feet of retail.
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TPA Residential is planning a nearly 6-acre mixed-use development on the Southside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine, at 680 Hamilton Avenue SE.

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680 Hamilton would offer 275 apartments and 7,000 square feet of retail across five mid-rise buildings and two parking structures, according to a recently-filed land development permit.

Sitework including “grading, utilities, streetscape, hardscapes, pool, tree removal, replacement, landscaping, dumpster, and parking” is the first major step towards going vertical, and is expected to cost $2,312,000.

680 Hamilton would have “direct access” to the BeltLine’s Southside Trail.

TPA Residential is “closing in July” on the project and “construction will commence immediately following the closing,” Tyler Gaines, a principal at the real estate firm, Tuesday told What Now Atlanta in an email.

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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 and What Now Los Angeles.
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I.P.30307since1987!
3 months ago

I’m really diggin the new format of the comment section, great upgrade!

eRosewater
3 months ago

The updates are great – kudos!

Robert Hajek
3 months ago

This is the new curbed 🙂

I.P.30307since1987!
3 months ago
Reply to  Robert Hajek

Vox Media turned their backs on Atlanta Curbed.
Atlanta Curbed commenters were probably the most active in the Nation (on Curbed).

eRosewater
3 months ago

Even people I talked to in the industry frequently referenced Curbed as a primary source on development news. Seemed like they had a huge following and threw it away for … uh … reasons???

citizenseven
3 months ago
Reply to  eRosewater

Kurbee must be stopped at all costs?

I.P.30307since1987!
3 months ago
Reply to  citizenseven

LOL!
I didn’t hate Kurbee like some other folks did.

citizenseven
3 months ago

For the record, I certainly didn’t hate Kurbee. Often agreed with him/her. Sometimes not. But there was basically nobody better at triggering the commentariat.

eRosewater
3 months ago
Reply to  citizenseven

HA … Hot take.

CreoleGuy
3 months ago

And the development keeps on coming!!

eRosewater
3 months ago

Beltline facade is weak. The patio/bar is a nice touch but for the remainder of the frontage it treats it like a backdoor…

I.P.30307since1987!
3 months ago
Reply to  eRosewater

Or more like an intimate back patio– like other businesses have done along the BeltLine.
 
 

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