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Construction Underway, First Tenants Announced at $40M Mixed-Use Project on Atlanta’s Upper Westside

The first announced tenants at the development are Primrose Schools, an early education and childcare provider, and The Refinery, a fitness training club.

ATLANTA — Eden Rock Real Estate Partners, in partnership with Stein Investment Group and Frank Buonanotte, has kicked off construction on Westside Village, a $40 million adaptive reuse project on Atlanta’s Upper Westside district. Redevelopment plans call for the transformation of the existing 51,000-square-foot warehouse building situated along Marietta Boulevard, the demolition of other smaller buildings and the new construction of three additional commercial buildings on the 10-acre site. The 100,000-square-foot development will also include 19 townhomes. The first announced tenants at the development are Primrose Schools, an early education and childcare provider, and The Refinery, a fitness training club. Primrose Schools will open a 12,400-square-foot facility, serving infants through Kindergarten-aged children. The Refinery will open an 11,700-square-foot facility that will offer adult fitness training, youth sports performance enhancement training, a private Pilates studio and a therapeutic “chiro-spa” for sports recovery, pain management and everyday wellness. Both tenants are expected to open at Westside Village in early 2019. Additional retailers, restaurant and service providers are expected to be announced within the next 60 days. Atlanta-based Shroeder Architects is the architect for the project, which is slated for completion by spring 2019.

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