Georgetown, RocaPoint to Develop 1 MSF Mixed-Use Project in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter District

by John Nelson

ATLANTA — New York City-based The Georgetown Co. and affiliates of Atlanta-based RocaPoint Partners plan to co-develop Campus 244, a mixed-use development in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter submarket that will exceed 1 million square feet in size.

Situated on 12.8 acres near the Dunwoody MARTA station, the first phase of Campus 244 will include an adaptive reuse of an existing office building into a five-story, 400,000-square-foot building. The office building formerly was the headquarters of Gold Kist, a chicken producing company. Building features include 15-foot ceilings, private outdoor terraces, balcony space and 90,000-square-foot floor plates. Additionally, the building has amenities focused on health and wellness, such as HVAC systems, touchless elevator and restroom technologies, open staircases and operable windows.

In addition to the adaptive reuse office building, the first phase will include a 145-room Element Hotel, which is part of Marriott International’s Bonvoy portfolio of 30 brands. The hotel will feature a lobby bar, greenspace and areas to gather for meetings, remote work and collaboration. The Campus 244 property will also have 25,000 square feet of restaurant space.

S9 Architecture, the architectural firm responsible for the adaptive reuse design of Ponce City Market in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward district, will handle the design and master planning for Campus 244. Main Street Advisors is also partnering with Georgetown and RocaPoint on this project. Steve Yenser with Yenser Co. is managing retail leasing. Aileen Almassey, Andy Sumlin and Will Porter of Cushman & Wakefield will manage office leasing.

Located at 244 Perimeter Center Parkway, Campus 244 is situated Perimeter Mall and State Farm’s regional offices.

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