SWH Residential Partners Acquires Land Near Atlanta Beltline to Develop Luxury Apartment Community
ATLANTA — SWH Residential Partners (SWHR) has purchased 3.3 acres of land adjacent to the Atlanta Beltline in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood for $5.3 million. The land is an assemblage of three tracts that front North Avenue and is adjacent to the Historic Fourth Ward Park. The sellers include the Atlanta Development Authority (d/b/a Invest Atlanta), The Atlanta Beltline Inc. and Southeast Capital Cos. (SEC). SWHR and SEC are co-developing an eight-story, 220-unit luxury apartment building and a 4,500-square-foot restaurant at the site. On the north side of the land assemblage, SEC intends to repurpose two existing mill buildings as part of a 24,000-square-foot adaptive reuse. SWHR is a partnership between Worthington Hyde Partners, Soundview Real Estate Partners and John Tirrill.