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Hub Atlanta project is quickly stacking up over Spring Street

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Another student housing venture is beginning to leave its mark on the Midtown skyline.

In addition to thousands of new off-campus housing options for Georgia Institute of Technology and other college students in the western block of Midtown, the Hub Atlanta Project is about 14 floors on Spring Street 900 block, just south of 10th Avenue. It was built.

Core Spaces, a national developer, started construction last summer on a 19-story project. The project will introduce nearly 800 more beds in a corridor transformed by high-rise development for students in recent years.

Spring Street’s retail space is planned for the base of a 19-story venture just south of 10th Street. Josh Green / Urbanize Atlanta

Formerly low-rise commercial buildings on the premises recently housed indoor and outdoor nightclubs Alibi Atlanta and Opium Lounge.

Habu Atlanta’s living options range from “quiet studios” to 6-bedroom rentals to make friends with your roommates. Expect a four-story garage car park with space for a bicycle or electric vehicle charging station. Approximately 5,600 square feet of retail stores are planned around the base of the building.

The recent Hub Atlanta project from the corner of Spring Street and Peach Tree Place in Midtown. Josh Green / Urbanize Atlanta

Designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture, Hub Atlanta will open in the summer of 2023 in time for the fall semester of Georgia Institute of Technology, according to project builder Juneau Construction Company.

Developers call the site’s proximity to Midtown MARTA stations, retail stores, and numerous restaurants a selling point.

View of the Hub Atlanta project from the south along Spring Street, next to the Chevron gas station on the corner. Courtesy of Core Space; Design, Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture

Habu Atlanta rises directly opposite the landmark property, Themark. This is a 28-story tower with 800 student beds instead of the long-standing Midtown Domino’s Pizza.

It is just north of the other two off-campus towers (University House Midtown (about 700 beds) and Square on Fifth (628 beds)) and is intended for Tech students.

Meanwhile, at 800 blocks on Spring Street, Austin-based Lincoln Property is entering the Atlanta market with a 26-story student housing stack.Whistler.. ” The project claims a low-rise commercial building and is currently overlooking the Cheetah Strip Club.

As shown in early 2020, the low-rise building Habu Atlanta has been replaced on the right. Google map

Habu Atlanta Participates in Other Student Housing concept Core Spaces was completed near many US market campuses such as Los Angeles, Tucson, Lexington and Tampa.

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