JPX Works, Two Other Developers Take Multifamily Steps Forward
City permits hint that three more apartment projects are taking to the streets in Atlanta. Developers have filed permits to begin the process of developing some high-profile tracts, including JPX Works' uniquely designed apartment tower at the site of the former Agatha Christie's Mystery Dinner Theater across from the Fox Theatre. JPX Works, headed by Jarel Portman, has filed both a demolition permit to tear down the old two-story building, and a land disturbance permit to move forward on Peachtree & Third, a 24-story, 150-unit apartment tower that we previously reported here. Other projects in land disturbance permitting:
- Accent Morningside: A planned 222k SF multifamily building at 1999 Cheshire Bridge Rd—the site of an Ethiopian restaurant now. The permit lists the owner as a family trust, and was filed by an engineering firm, but did not disclose the developer.
- 1270 Spring St, a 256-unit apartment complex being developed by the ever-busy Pollack Shores. The five-story project is slated to include 13,500 SF of retail and 2,500 SF of active use. Pollack Shores recently made moves on a 275-unit apartment project on 14th Street, as we recently reported here.