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New visuals, details emerge for Portman’s rising Midtown venture

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One of Atlanta’s most high-profile developers says it’s aiming for next-level comfort in its first residential venture in Atlanta, and offers a new batch of renderings as proof.

Portman Residential, a new real estate development affiliate of Atlanta-based Portman Holdings, has officially named its first residential project, Sola at Spring Quarter.

A 370-unit condominium is currently under construction at 1000 Spring Street, east of the Downtown Connector. This is considered the first phase of Portman’s larger Spring Quarter multi-use development, which consumes more than four acres across an almost complete city block. The apartment building has replaced a flat parking lot at what Portman says is the highest elevation point in Midtown.


A new rendering showing the stance of the Spring Quarter apartments (white) and offices adjacent to the Downtown Connector. Courtesy of Portman

The Sora apartment complex will be the first residential building in Atlanta to include an infrared sauna as part of its amenity package, a Portman representative said this week.

By using specialized light panels to heat people rather than air, infrared saunas will provide the benefits of heat therapy and increase health and wellness awareness among Spring Quarter project tenants, company officials said. This is in line with Portman’s goals.

Other perks of the apartment, according to Portman officials, include a sky lounge on the 29th floor (sorry, renderings aren’t available yet, as is the sauna), which overlooks the city, and rentals for tenants. It is said that there is a possible private area.

Underneath are multiple fitness centers with climbing walls, golf simulators, party rooms, co-working spaces, what we call garden rooms, a pet run and spa, an outdoor fitness lawn, a resort-style pool, among other features. , the Art and Media Room.

Portman Holdings, which has helped redefine the Atlanta skyline with its hotel and office skyscrapers for more than 60 years, has in recent months seen a vertical expansion in its high-rise condominium on the northwest corner of 10th Avenue and Spring Street. began to proceed to

The Cooper Carey-designed residential building is considered the first phase of the Spring Quarter. Base plans also call for 11,000 square feet of retail space, with modern style interiors by Fogarty Finger.


Spring Semester Usage Breakdown. All aspects are currently under construction and will be fully delivered in Q3 2025. Courtesy of Portman

Just northwest of the apartment, 25-story office component, 1020 springis also under construction, next to the nearly 100-year-old Spring Hill Mortuary (HM Patterson House).or Philip Trammel Schutz-Designed landmarks will be adaptively reused and incorporated into redevelopment plans, Portman officials said.

A Portman rep said the rendering shows a historic morgue serving as a restaurant, but could also house a shop.

The apartments are expected to start delivering in 2024 and the full project is expected to be finished in the third quarter of 2025. Visit the gallery to see fresh perspectives and altered renderings of what’s in store for the residential, retail, and office components of the Spring Quarter.

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