ATLANTA — Selig Enterprises has added two new food and beverage tenants at The Works, a $1 billion mixed-use development underway on 80 acres in Atlanta’s Upper Westside neighborhood. The Atlanta-based developer has announced a new food hall known as Chattahoochee Food Works. Headed by Robert Montwaid of Gansevoort Consulting, the new food hall will occupy 16,000 square feet of space within The Makers Building, which will front a quarter-mile linear park known as The Spur. The food hall will feature vendors, a test kitchen, artisanal market shops, space for events and tables that double as charging stations. Selig will also add a new 9,000-square-foot taproom and macrobrewery for Scofflaw Brewing Co., an Atlanta brewery founded in 2016 by Matt Shirah and Travis Herman. The new location will serve as Scofflaw’s main research and development facility and will feature a programmed outdoor area with games and gathering places. Situated off Chattahoochee Avenue, The Works will span 350,000 square feet of retail and entertainment, 500,000 square feet of office space, 500 residences, 200 hotel rooms and 13 acres of green space. The 27-acre Phase I is currently under construction and scheduled for openings in early 2020.
Selig to Bring Food Hall, Brewery to $1B Mixed-Use Project in Atlanta’s Upper Westside