Selig on Tuesday will present plans for its Midtown Exchange mixed-use development to the Midtown Alliance Development Review Committee (DRC), according to an agenda for the meeting. The DRC is expected to publish its recommendations on Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
As first reported by What Now Atlanta in March 2021, Midtown Exchange will be the second phase of Selig’s 1105 West Peachtree development. Selig was not forthcoming with its plans for the project’s next phase at the time.
“With Selig’s land holdings in Midtown, we elected to show what we hope are future retail opportunities that continue to build critical mass in the neighborhood,” the developer told What Now Atlanta at the time. “We do not have a defined program for another mixed-use project at this time nor do we have a timeline for future development in Midtown.”
The proposed Midtown Exchange mixed-use development will occupy the site
bounded by 13th Street on the north, 12th Street on the south, and Peachtree Walk on
The project contains approximately 24,484 square feet of street-level retail, 465 residential apartments along Peachtree Walk and 13th Street, a 26-story office tower along 12th Street, and structured parking for approximately 1,608 vehicles to support the various components of the project.
There are two proposed vehicle access points to the site that tie into different levels of the parking deck, according to the agenda. Access points are located on 12th Street and 13th Street. The project’s two loading docks are also located and accessed off 13 th Street. Pedestrian access is provided at street level to the retail suites, residential lobby, office, and parking located at various points around the site.
As part of this development, Peachtree Walk will be widened to provide a +/-150 linear foot Art Wall that will become an active part of the Midtown Art Walk that will eventually run from the Midtown Marta Station to the Woodruff Arts Center.
1105 West Peachtree’s first phase includes the 31-story, 675,000 square-foot office building, a 64-unit condominium building, a 178-key Epicurean Atlanta hotel, and about 20,000 of ground-floor retail within the office building.