The first phase of the project will break ground this year and will include 150,000 square feet of entertainment-driven retail and restaurants, roughly 600 luxury rental apartments, 90,000 square feet of loft office space and 222,000 square feet of existing office space. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s former headquarters and a previous corporate office building for Macy’s are also poised for redevelopment as part of the project.
Located near the Dunwoody MARTA station and with access to Ga. 400 and I-285, the developer said it’ll be easy for patrons and future residents to go to-and-from the site. Jim Linsley, president of GID, added that the area will have an open container policy and will focus on entertainment, which is why Puttshack was chosen as an anchor tenant.
“Puttshack at High Street is delivering on that vision and will bring our community the types of new and exciting experiences they crave, all while being seamlessly integrated within the project’s energetic and vibrant mixed-use environment,” Linsley said in the release.
Puttshack’s first locations opened in London before the company brought the high-tech concept to the U.S. earlier this year. It opened the Atlanta location in April 2021 as part of The Interlock, a mixed-use development off Howell Mill Road and 14th Street. The company has also announced future locations in Boston, Chicago, Miami, Nashville and Scottsdale, Ariz.
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