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Two more tenants announced for forthcoming Summerhill Station

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Perhaps that’s not the most flashy and exciting news, but developers today send news that Summerhill residents will soon be able to knock out grocery shopping and health checks in one fell swoop.

Branch Properties, an Atlanta-based real estate investment and development company, has signed a lease with two Piemonte Healthcare tenants for a Summer Hill Station project under construction just south of downtown.

They will participate in a 50,000-square-foot Publix supermarket with 4.4 acres of development, and all three tenants announced so far will open in the summer of 2023.


The latest aerial rendering of how Summerhill Station is built along Hank Aaron Drive. Here it joins the newly created east-west extension of Glen Street. Courtesy of branch properties

According to branch officials, the location of Piedmont emergency care by Well Street occupies 6,163 square feet of space, providing care for injuries and illnesses to children and adults.

Only 5,000 square feet of shy Piemonte’s primary care location, the small facility provides access to hospital network specialists and doctors for pediatric services, internal medicine, and family medicine.


Courtesy of branch properties

“We are pleased to provide the highest quality medical service provider available to the Summerhill community,” branch partner Brett Horowitz said in a media release. “We continue to recruit new tenants and are looking for retail, dining and service options that will resonate with our neighbors.”

Beyond the 87,000-square-foot Summerhill Station project, Branch oversees the development of six other Publix anchor shopping centers around the southeast. Hugh Howell Marketplace At Dunwoody’s Tucker and Perimeter Marketplace.

Summerhill Station is part of a 19-block redevelopment, claiming to have been a Turner Field parking lot and many buildings once along the dying Georgia Avenue.

As part of Summerhill’s Master Plan, Carter will reconnect the original street grids nearby to improve walkability and access to Publix, splitting the extension of Clamley Street and Glen Street into asphalt parking lots.


Courtesy of branch properties

Publix has signed a lease to run a grocery store between Carter and the reconnected corridor. Two levels of parking are hidden behind Hank Aaron Drive.

Also, 35,000 square feet of retail space in some low-rise buildings under construction 565 Hank ApartmentDevelopment of 300 units across the street.

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