The office building projects, first revealed in 2015, are moving forward in Midtown.
Real Estate Firm Hines and Invesco Real Estate, a real estate investment manager, this week announced a joint venture to develop two office projects in Atlantic Station totaling 700,000 square feet.
T3 West Midtown will be a 200,000-square-foot “heavy timber” office development and Atlantic Yards will consist of 500,000 square feet of office space in two buildings.
Hines will work with Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture (HPA) as the design architect for both T3 West Midtown and Atlantic Yards, according to the announcement.
DLR Group will be the architect of record for T3 West Midtown and Wakefield Beasley & Associates (WBA) will be the architect of record for Atlantic Yards.
The projects will offer amenities like fitness, dining, roof-top terraces, bike storage and collaboration areas, in addition to the retail village of Atlantic Station.
“Midtown’s progressive office customers are anxious for fresh differentiated product that provides unique architecture with a balance of amenities and services connecting them to the 24-hour attributes of Atlanta’s urban core,” John Heagy, Hines senior managing director, said in the announcement.
Once the site of the old Atlantic Steel Mill and railroads, Atlantic Station today is a 138-acre mixed-use master development with retail, multifamily, hotel and office, acquired by Hines in 2015.
With over 550,000 rentable square feet of retail, including over 20 restaurants, 1.5 million rentable square feet of premium office and 1,000 multifamily units within this development, Atlantic Station has become a premier destination location for office, retail and entertainment in the Southeast. Hines currently leases and manages the retail component.