ATLANTA — Berkadia’s Seniors Housing & Healthcare team has arranged the sale of Brighton Gardens of Buckhead, a 112-unit seniors housing community in Atlanta’s Buckhead district. Metro Atlanta-based PruittHealth purchased the asset from Indianapolis-based Prime Care One LLC for an undisclosed price. Cody Tremper, Mike Garbers, Dave Fasano and Ross Sanders of Berkadia represented the seller in the transaction. Additionally, Jay Healy of Berkadia arranged a $13 million bridge-to-HUD loan for the acquisition of Brighton Gardens, as well as the refinancing of two separate skilled nursing facilities in Georgia. The three-year, fixed-rate loan features interest-only payments for the full term and is prepayable at any time. Built in 1996, Brighton Gardens features both assisted living and memory care units.
FAYETTEVILLE, GA. — CBRE’s National Retail Partners team has arranged the sale of Fayette Pavilion, an open-air retail center in Fayetteville, a city about 22 miles south of Atlanta. At nearly 1.1 million square feet, Fayette Pavilion is the largest open-air retail center in Georgia and also the most visited with approximately 8.3 million annual visitors, according to CBRE. Chris Decoufle, Kevin Hurley and Matt Karempelis of CBRE’s National Retail Partners’ Southeast team represented the seller, Chicago-based Nuveen Real Estate, and procured the buyer, Houston-based 5Rivers CRE, in the transaction. The sales price was not disclosed. Developed on 106 acres from 1995 to 2003, Fayette Pavilion’s tenant roster includes Publix, Hobby Lobby, Burlington, Ross Dress for Less, Marshalls, PetSmart, Old Navy, pOpshelf, Dollar Tree and Five Below.
ATLANTA — Matthews Real Estate Investment Services has hired Pierce Mayson and Kyle Stonis as senior vice presidents, Jeff Enck as first vice president and Boris Shilkrot as associate vice president. The veteran retail specialists join the company’s shopping center division from SRS Real Estate Partners where they managed the sales of shopping centers in 17 different states across the Southeast, Midwest and Northeast. Collectively, Mayson, Stonis, Enck and Shilkrot have brokered the sales of $4 billion in career transactions over a combined 50 years. The group will operate from the Matthews’ Atlanta office off Peachtree Road and work with Matthew Wallace, the company’s national director of shopping centers.
ROSWELL, GA. — Red Door Revivals, a locally based development firm led by Will Coley, has broken ground on Roswell Junction, a new food hall in Roswell’s historic district. The site of the 12,000-square-foot venue formerly housed Atlanta Street Baptist Church, which moved to a church in nearby Woodstock, Ga. Red Door is retrofitting the church building for the venue and is working on integrating parking and other infrastructural elements into Roswell Junction. Roswell Mayor Kurt Wilson and other city officials participated in the groundbreaking ceremony. Slated for completion this summer, the venue will house eight different food concepts and three bars, including an indoor/outdoor bar. The food hall will feature a bandstand, covered patio, arcade, big screen media, outdoor games, children’s play space and a fenced dog area. Pat Garza of National Food Hall Solutions will operate Roswell Junction upon completion.
ATLANTA — Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU), a global financial technology platform, has opened its 360,000-square-foot office in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. The 10-story space will serve as a hub for the company as the only Intuit office in the Southeast, as well as the corporate headquarters for Mailchimp, a locally based email marketing platform that Intuit acquired in 2021 for $5.7 billion. Atlanta-based New City Properties delivered Intuit’s new space as part of the developer’s Fourth Ward development. The office sits along the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine, a 22-mile rail loop that connects 45 distinct neighborhoods around the city. Mailchimp was formerly headquartered in Ponce City Market, Jamestown’s massive mixed-use redevelopment that also sits on the Eastside Trail in Old Fourth Ward, two blocks away from the new office building. The new space at Fourth Ward will accommodate nearly 1,000 current Intuit employees and provide space for future growth. The office is already one of Intuit’s top five largest campuses globally. “It’s no secret that Atlanta is a bustling tech ecosystem that Mailchimp has been central to for over 20 years,” says Rania Succar, senior vice president and general manager of Intuit Mailchimp. “Our beautiful new workspace is …
SAVANNAH, GA. — Geis Construction is underway on the development of The Exchange at Berwick, a 180-unit apartment community situated on a 12.6-acre site in Savannah. Geis is completing construction on behalf of the owner and developer, OV Development, a subsidiary of Olympus Ventures. The property will comprise five residential buildings and a detached clubhouse with a fitness center, social lounge and coworking space. Amenities at the community will also include a pool, playground, dog run and courtyards with grilling stations and fire pits. Completion is scheduled for the second quarter of 2025. The project team includes North Carolina-based architect BSB Design and locally based civil engineer Kimley-Horn.
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. — ECI Group and joint venture partner The Griffin Fund have broken ground on The Averly Collins Hill, a $76 million apartment development in Lawrenceville, a northeast suburb of Atlanta in Gwinnett County. The 300-unit, eight-building project will be situated on 22 acres at 700 Collins Road. ECI Construction is the general contractor for the project, and Synovus Bank is providing $46 million in construction financing. The project is planned to deliver concurrently with the nearby 15-story Northside Hospital Gwinnett healthcare tower, as well as a planned active adult housing development. Upon completion, The Averly Collins Hill will feature one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans, as well as a clubhouse with a clubroom, fitness center, lounge areas and coworking space. Other amenities will include a pool, dog play area and a coffee bar.
ATLANTA — Tribridge Residential is underway on the development of The Goat Farm, a 209-unit apartment community located in Atlanta. Situated on four acres within the 12-acre The Goat Farm arts complex, the development is a collaboration with the arts-based social enterprise of the same name. In addition to apartments in studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts, the property will feature 24,000 square feet of artist studio and exhibition space, and 32 units will be reserved as affordable housing for households earning 80 percent or less of the area median income (AMI). Amenities will include a rooftop pool, fitness center and a dog washing station. Move-ins are scheduled to begin this spring. The partnership between Tribridge and The Goat Farm will comprise additional phases, including the restoration of historic structures at the complex.
PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA. — Alliance Residential Co. has opened Broadstone Peachtree Corners, a mixed-use community located at 5672 Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree Corners, roughly 20 miles outside of downtown Atlanta in Gwinnett County. Situated on 9.2 acres, the property features a five-story residential building with apartments in studio, one- and two-bedroom layouts. The property also features 7,760 square feet of furnished for-rent office space located on the second floor of Broadstone Peachtree Corner’s amenity building. Alliance Residential is branding the office space as Second Story, A Private Office Collective. The space features offices ranging from 90 to 250 square feet, as well as two reservable conference rooms, a coworking lounge with an adjoining private outdoor terrace, a community kitchen and access to on-property electric vehicle charging stations. Amenities at the residential community include a pool, fitness center, game lounge, pet spa and dog run, clubroom, landscaped courtyard, grilling station and a fire pit. Rental rates begin at $1,549 per month for a studio apartment, according to the property website.
ADAIRSVILLE, GA. — Colliers has brokered the $16.3 million sale-leaseback of 400 Princeton Boulevard, a 294,020-square-foot distribution center located on a 17.5-acre site in Adairsville, about 60 miles northwest of Atlanta via I-75. The seller, The Dixie Group, sold the facility and leased it back for 10 years from the buyer, a private owner-operator based in California. Todd Harrell and Steve Bartlett of Colliers represented the seller in the transaction. Hagan Dick and Doug Alexander of Colliers’ Debt & Equity team assisted with the loan assumption on behalf of the buyer. 400 Princeton is close to I-75, Ga. Highway 104 and a CSX rail line, as well as within an hour’s drive to Appalachian Regional Port, an inland port that provides direct rail connection to the Port of Savannah.