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Sweet Auburn / Georgia State University

Color Key: Complete Planned Under Construction

100 Edgewood (Renovation)
100 Edgewood Ave

Renovation of 18-story, 306,000 square feet of a former office building

302 Auburn - Restaurant
302 Auburn Ave NE

377 Edgewood (Renovation)
377 Edgewood Ave SE

Renovation of the existing vacant restaurant to create space for two restaurants totaling 4,300 sq. feet.

A Ma Maniere
479 Edgewood Ave SE

4 story, 23,000 square feet new construction of condos and retail

American Legion Building (Renovation)
345 Auburn Ave NE

Redevelopment of former American Legion building into office and retail space.

BE on Edgewood
395 Edgewood Ave SE

Complete renovation of a vacant 8,091 square feet building constructed in 1941. When complete, it will contain 6,243 square feet of office space and 1,848 square feet of flexible community-focused space. The primary focus of the project is to support community-oriented non-profits and the surrounding neighborhood with affordable quality space.

Bethel Towers (Renovation)
210 Auburn Ave

Redevelopment of existing affordable housing tower

Big Bethel Redevelopment (multi-phase)
JW Dobbs

Multi-phased redevelopment that will include a parking deck and residential development, and renovating the church's administrative offices.

Broadstone 2Thirty
230 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE

A five-story building with a mix of studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments averaging 790 square feet.

Christian Education Building (CEB) (Renovation)
18 William Holmes Borders Senior Drive NE

Renovation of existing building on church property into non-profit office and event space.

Community of Hospitality - 458-460 Edgewood (Renovation)
460 Edgewood Ave SE

Create 6,600 square feet of affordable retail and office space for non-profit and social impact users. The properties are owned by Community of Hospitality (COH), an intentional, faith-based organization committed to the service of others by traditionally serving the homeless and now, via this project, cultivating socially-oriented small businesses and nonprofits to further their missions.

Front Porch at Sweet Auburn (Phase I)
348-376 Auburn Ave NE

Mixed-use residential and retail development incorporating existing retail structures and buildings into the facade.

Georgia State University - 55 Park Place (Renovation)
55 Park Place

Renovation of existing office building for university use

Georgia State University Convocation Center
455 Capitol Ave

The new GSU Convocation Center will provide indoor space for a variety of large gatherings, including commencements and indoor concerts. It will also be the new home of Panthers basketball. The building will accommodate as many as 7,300 people for basketball games, 7,500 for graduation events and 8,000 for concerts The new facility will also include classroom and academic support space as well as the ability to accommodate large conferences and esports tournaments.

Georgia State University Science Park Complex - Phase III
Decatur Street, Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, and Piedmont Avenue

Phase III of GSU's Science Park Complex dedicated to advanced research with a focus on highly infectious diseases, providing critical information for prevention, treatment and future drug and vaccine development. The building would include highly specialized laboratory space, open laboratories with associated lab support spaces and offices, and a small vivarium, a space where animals are housed for observation and research

Grady Memorial Hospital - Correll Pavilion
99 Jesse Hill Jr Dr SE

An outpatient care center expansion to the Grady Medical campus.

Marchon Apartments
240 Grant St SE

Transit-oriented development with street-level retail.

McAuley Park (Phase I)
375 Gartrell Street

Mixed-use healthcare and affordable housing located near MARTA rail.

National Institute for Student Success (Bell Building Renovation)
25 Auburn Ave NE

The Student Success Center will contain a one-stop hub for the university’s nationally recognized student success services and the headquarters for the National Institute of Student Success (NISS).

Oakland Cemetery Visitor Center
Memorial Drive SE

Construction of a visitors center outside of the Cemetery's main, western gate. The visitor center will include an expanded museum store, atrium, multipurpose classroom/event space, meeting room, and offices for the Historic Oakland Foundation.

Odd Fellows Tower - Renovation
250 Auburn Ave NE

The location will serve as the new headquarters for Georgia Works doubling the organization's operations. The historic building will be redeveloped to bring retail and provide transitional housing for Georgia Works participants and program graduates. The units will have two or three beds, a kitchenette, and a bathroom.

Prince Hall Masonic Lodge (Renovation)
330 Auburn Avenue

The building will be renovated into approximately 16,000 square feet of multi-use space. Once completed, the basement and first floor will be leased and operated by the National Park Service as an educational and interpretive exhibit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s office, while the second floor and Hilliard Street storefronts will be operated by local businesses. The current owner will continue to maintain a portion of the second floor and all of the third floor for organizational activities.

Reflections Student Housing
111 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE

New construction of student housing will feature 247 units (742 beds) with up to 15% of the units set aside for residents at 80% of Area Median Income and renting from about $1,100 to $1,900.

Summerhill Redevelopment (Phase I): Georgia Avenue
0-85 Georgia Ave

The Carter development team is developing 35 acres, of the total 72-acre site, into a mixed-use neighborhood that will include corporate offices, multifamily housing, specialty and neighborhood retail, and private student apartments. The first phase of the development will include the redevelopment of the old commercial area along Georgia Avenue.

Sweet Auburn Grande
229 Auburn Avenue

Thrive Sweet Auburn
302 Decatur St SE

Thrive Sweet Auburn is a mixed-use development by Project Community Connections, Inc. (PCCI) in partnership with Mercy Housing Southeast (MHSE). Located at 302 Decatur St., SE in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward community, the estimated completion date is Spring 2021. Features include: A mix of permanent supportive housing and affordable units for households earning between 30% and 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Amenities will include on site support services for residents and community members as well as office, commercial, training and amenity space

40-46 Boulevard

Creation of a sustainable and vibrant mixed-use environment that is equally inviting to the neighborhood community as it is to the office tenants, hotel guests and homeowners.