Finally, the development will be home to the first Atlanta location of fried chicken sandwich spot Boxcar Betty’s. The restaurant, which also offers fried pickles and sweet potato fries, has locations in Charleston, Chicago and Charlotte.
“Having great restaurants sets the tone for Westside Paper and the environment we are creating,” Third & Urban partner Chris Faussemagne in a news release. The developer also is behind several other Atlanta projects, including Common Ground on the Eastside Beltline and Armour Yards. Once complete, the 15-acre Westside Paper campus also will offer office space and retail.
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