Proposed Toll Brothers Midtown Project Would Include Two Towers With Student, Market-Rate Housing

Plans call for 22-story tower with 205 student units, 27-story tower with 385 market-rate units, plus ground-level restaurant and retail space.

Toll Brothers is moving forward with plans to develop a yet-to-be-named residential project in Midtown, at 1018 West Peachtree Street.

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The national homebuilder on Tuesday presented plans for the mixed-use development to the Midtown Development Review Committee (DRC) Tuesday.

It would combine student housing with market-rate apartments across two towers—a 22-story student housing tower with 205 units and a 27-story market-rate housing tower with 385 units, with frontage on Spring Street and West Peachtree.

Roughly 8,000 square feet of street-level retail and restaurant space are proposed for both towers.

There would be a shared eight-level parking podium with approximately 712 spaces. 

The DRC had three key recommendations: “the addition of a continuous sidewalk, accommodations for ride-share passenger drop-off/short term parking, and adequate screening of the parking garage to mitigate the negative impact on adjacent neighbors, such as residents in the Hanover building.”

Design of the towers are “still in process” and the DRC has asked Toll Brothers for “more specificity about exterior building materials and details related to the balconies and window openings.”

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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