Midwestern developers plan to continue the trend of densification in Reynolds Town in a section just off the corner of the beltline’s popular East Side Trail.
Founded in 1994, the Cleveland-based company NRP Group unveiled plans for a 211-unit project called Colgate Mattress Lofts at a public event last Saturday.
In the range of 1-3 bedrooms, the apartment will replace the long-standing warehouse. 779 Fulton Terrace SE It has housed a corrugated mattress company, a producer of crib mattresses for about 70 years.
NRP Group is proud to be one of the top domestic housing developers, general contractors and real estate management companies with a wealth of affordable housing experience. According to the company’s portfolio, the Reynoldstown project, designed by Lord Aeck Sargent, commemorates its debut in Georgia.
According to a previous announcement from the Saturday event in the tent on the site in question, the development team has been working with the Reynolds Town Zoning Committee for six months on the concept of corrugated mattress lofts.
The plan requires a one-story building with 225 underground parking lots, three and four stories where Fulton Terrace and Pearl Street meet. 70% of the apartments will be 1 bedroom, 22% will be 2 bedrooms and the remaining 8% will be 3 bedrooms.
The development plan shows that the retail space is not currently under construction.
The corner lot in question is just behind the new one Modeler Reynolds Town Development facing a memorial drive.Tall Brothers, just east of the warehouse site Under construction A combination of 85 units of a town home and a condo for sale.
Currently, the brick warehouse building on the premises is owned by Colgate Mattress Corporation, as Fulton County’s Asset Records show. According to the commercial cafe, the warehouse was built in 1955 and the site itself covers about 2.8 acres.
As one attendee summarized, an NRP group representative at hand on Saturday said, “It seems that we are paying close attention to good urban design and accepting feedback from our neighbors.” increase.
We contacted the NRP Group for more information on including affordable housing in construction schedules and development plans. This story will be updated with more details to be added in the future.
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