Portman Pumping Big Renovation Bucks Into Its Downtown Restaurant
The developer — currently building the towering Coda technology tower in Midtown — is slated to spend more than $500K to renovate JP Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports. The restaurant, inside the Hotel Indigo at 230 Peachtree St., was partially converted in 2016 from a 27-story, 1960s-era office building by Portman.
In late 2017, Atlanta-based Legacy Ventures, founded by local developer David Marvin, took over the management of the restaurant and hotel from Hospitality Ventures Management Group, according to What Now Atlanta. Renovations are scheduled to be complete by September. It is unclear if JP Atlanta's branding or menu will change.
Legacy manages and owns both a number of hotels and restaurants throughout the Southeast. Among its eateries are SkyLounge atop the Glenn Hotel in Atlanta, two Max's Coal Oven Pizzerias and Twin Smokers BBQ.