New Chamblee mixed-use project promises ‘an energized residential and retail destination’

By David Allison  – Editor, Atlanta Business Chronicle An Atlanta developer is proposing a new mixed-use development in Chamblee that it promises will be “an energized residential and retail destination.” Windsor Stevens Holdings plans 56 condominium units and 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail on 1.3 acres at 3543 and 3553 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, a quarter …

First look: Transit-focused, brick-clad condos on tap for downtown Chamblee

Three-building concept will link to Chamblee’s MARTA station via Rail Trail extension, developers say A condo project is bound for Chamblee that aims to capitalize on buyers’ desire for transit connectivity and retail walkability, while adhering to the ITP city’s architectural standards, developers tell Curbed Atlanta. At the newly christened The Gordon, plans call for …

Unveiled: College Park Townhome Project to Start in the Low $300s

Developers say a new townhome project in the works for College Park will bring attributes today’s ITP dwellers hunger for: transit connectivity, walkability to retail options, and perhaps most importantly, relative affordability. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis sollicitudin placerat interdum. Ut bibendum cursus cursus. Aliquam vel justo tellus. Maecenas quis turpis …

College Park Children Earn Awards as Top Scholars

Young scholars in five grades recently earned $500 in awards from a local business for being first in class. According to a news release, College Park Elementary School honored the top academic scholars in each grade in end-of-term ceremonies. The best students in grades one to five received Rose Stevens Mullice Academic Awards, an honor …

Deutsche Bank Backs The Pad Complex Near South Atlanta’s Aerotropolis.

Developer Rod Mullice Lands Permanent Financing, Bond Money for $41 Million, Two-Phase Apartment Project Rod Mullice’s gambit near Aerotropolis Atlanta is paying off and has the multifamily developer prepping his next project for take-off. Mullice is managing partner of Air Realty, the developer of The Pad on Harvard, a two-phase, $41 million transit-oriented development located …