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Studioplex To Add Townhomes With Ground-Level Restaurants, Retail

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Studioplex To Add Townhomes With Ground-Level Restaurants, Retail

The project's next phase is slated to break ground November 2016.

UPDATE (April 14, 2017): 8.21 Bitters, Beetnix Juice Bar, Plus More To Open in Studioplex's Second Phase

Columbia Ventures in a joint venture with Studioplex LLC announced Friday in a press release the next phase of the mixed-use development in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward.

The project will add 32,000 square feet of townhouses with ground-level restaurants and retail, located south of the the Beltline at the intersection of Irwin and Auburn Avenue.

"The number and variety of restaurants, retailers, service businesses and creative class office users expressing interest has exceeded all expectations,” Dillon BaynesManaging Partner of Columbia Ventures, stated in the press release.

Once the Studioplex parking deck completes construction in November, the groundbreaking for the nineteen unit townhouse-over-commercial project can move forward.

 A future phase will include a midrise residential condominium over office building adjacent to the BeltLine and Edgewood Avenue.

Studioplex | Atlanta

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Sean Davis

Sean Davis has worked in commercial real estate for 10 years as one of the most knowledgeable professionals in the Atlanta-are multifamily industry. Sean has a Bachelors degree in Journalism and a M.B.A in Marketing and Finance.

3 responses to “Studioplex To Add Townhomes With Ground-Level Restaurants, Retail

  1. As a former resident of Studioplex, I am saddened by this path to the clear sell-out. This was a place for artists and such and now it's bought in to the overpriced gentrification model of the area. I am really saddened by this choice and it doesn't bring any flavor or diversity to this area of town.

  2. Yes, what we need over there are more restaurants. /s
    I used to go to the Aviary, but it's impossible to use now with the construction noise and no parking.

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