Renew Atlanta Invests to Address Mobility in West Midtown
Construction is in full swing at the new Interlock development in West Midtown.
“It’s an exciting project because you are going to see a little bit of everything,” developer partner with S. J. Collins Enterprises, Jeff Garrison, says. Included are restaurants, retail, offices, living space and rooftop attractions.
Atlanta’s Complete Street plan for the Howell Mill Corridor will help by widening the streets, allowing more bike lanes and creating access for other methods of transportation. It will offer safe access for pedestrians, cyclist, and motorists.
Dorsey Alston, Realtors to Open Office in Virginia Highland
The company closed on the purchase of 853 North Highland Ave. The new office is expected to open later this year.
“We are excited to announce our in-town office, the first in our 72-year history,” says President and CEO Michael Rogers. “This is a great location for our agents to represent home buyers and home sellers in these thriving, close-in neighborhoods, where many Atlantans want to live.”
Dorsey Alston has a long and successful record of selling homes in in-town markets. The Virginia Highland office will be Dorsey Alston’s third.
Northside Hospital to Host Free Workouts in Piedmont Park
The Northside Hospital Orthopedic Institute wants to help you stay fit this summer with free community workouts at Piedmont Park. Northside Hospital athletic training staff will lead participants through a 60-minute high-intensity interval exercise program to help you lose weight, increase muscle tone and improve overall health.
All you need is a mat, a water bottle and your energy. Workouts will be held the last Saturday of July and August, 8-9 a.m., at Piedmont Park’s Active Oval (North Soccer Field Number Two)
Northside Hospital is the official healthcare programming partner of the active oval. The free workouts are being hosted in partnership with the Piedmont Park Conservancy.
The workouts are Saturday, July 27 and Saturday, Aug. 31.
StreetLights Residential’s 26-Story Tower at Fifth and Juniper
The Midtown Development Review Committee kicked off its first meeting of 2019 by reviewing a proposal by StreetLights Residential to build a 26-story tower at Fifth and Juniper.
StreetLights Residential presented its project that includes 299 market-rate residential units and more than 4,000 square feet of retail uses. Seven levels of 568 parking spaces would be provided, including 150 spaces allocated for the adjacent St. Mark United Methodist Church.