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Development proposed at 10th and Monroe

Invest Atlanta voted on Dec. 21 to support the sale of BeltLine land near 10th and Monroe. The $166 million proposed development from Fuqua Development LP that was submitted with the bid to purchase the land consists of:

11 story hotel (150 rooms)

351 residential units (with 30 percent affordable units)

1 story grocery store (20,000 square feet)

Restaurant space (15,000 square feet)

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745 parking spaces

The development would encompass the land sold by the BeltLine as well as land on Monroe and Cresthill that is zoned single-family and has a land use designation of single-family.

In a recent posting, the Virginia-Highland Civic Association said it is closely monitoring this project and is working with all interested stakeholders to insist that any proposed development reflect the concerns and input of Virginia-Highland and surrounding neighborhoods.

Information: vahi.org

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