Buckhead Atlanta Unveils Next Retail/Office Development Renderings
August 5, 2015
Buckhead Atlanta Unveils Next Retail/Office Development Renderings
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OliverMcMillan today unveiled its plans and renderings for the next development phase of Buckhead Atlanta, a multi-use retail/office project at the former Hi-Fi Buys store location at the corner  of Peachtree Road and Bolling Way and extending back to East Paces Ferry Road.



Dan Pascale, OM’s development executive on the Buckhead Atlanta project, along with architect James Puckhaber of the Gensler firm and representatives of Kimley-Horn Consultants, presented their project specifications and designs to the SPI-9 (Special Public Interest district) Development Review Committee Wednesday afternoon.



The development, which includes two distinctly different office towers and two stories of retail space fronted by landscaped sidewalks, will total approximately 299,661 square feet, with 233,303 square feet of office space, 28,933 square feet of retail/restaurant space and 37,430 square feet of fitness center space.



Pascale, who replaced Hunter Richardson earlier this year, said that one of the office towers will be five stories over retail and parking with 17.6 feet of floor-to-floor space, which yields about 16-foot ceilings for each floor.



The second office tower, which Pascale described as a spec office tower, will be seven stories with typical 9-foot ceilings on each floor.



Pascale said the 16-foot ceilings in the first office tower are designed to appeal to tenants who are looking for more creative office designs and use of space, such as the those who are working at Atlanta Tech Village in Buckhead. But he added that even some large law firms are now looking for that type of space.



He said there will be two separately operated towers, with two sets of parking entrances, two sets of elevators, etc., and “there will be a distinct difference between the two in tenant mix.”



Pascale also said the second floor of retail on the Peachtree Road frontage of the building is being activated for a restaurant with an outdoor dining area. He agreed to a DRC request to look at a step-back of the retail about five feet on the Peachtree Road frontage from where it was drawn and also to possibly create an outdoor dining area on the first floor of retail there.



The DRC members had very few recommendations for the development group and said they saw no reason why they would have to return for a second visit with the committee.



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