Majestic Carter is a partnership of Majestic Realty Co., real estate firm Carter and GPM Investments LLC.
Hartsfield-Jackson general manager Miguel Southwell has said the project could amount to as much as a $600 million investment by the developer.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution previously reported that the proposed 11-story, 440-room hotel would be an InterContinental, and revealed new renderings of the hotel's futuristic design.
The project architect is John Portman & Associates. Portman, InterContinental and Carter all have roots in Atlanta.
At Hartsfield-Jackson, the project is being managed by an airport division called ATL Business Ventures.
The hotel project will be studied by the Federal Aviation Administration to see if it would interfere with radar. A previous study was not completed because some details of the project changed, and FAA is awaiting additional information from the airport to determine if the project would affect facilities such as radar and air traffic procedures.
“If there are effects, we would work with the airport to try and mitigate them,” the FAA said previously.
According to the airport, the hotel falls within height restrictions.
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