$75 million commercial tower and hotel proposed in downtown Atlanta

The tower would be built on a site currently occupied by a Hertz Car Rental and parking lot.

September 26, 2016 |

Rendering courtesy of Lee & Associates via Curbed Atlanta

A 25-story commercial tower, with the current moniker of International Plaza, has been proposed for downtown Atlanta at the 202 Courtland Street location. Currently, a Hertz Car Rental and surface parking occupies the site.

The new building would help to breakup a corridor of downtown Atlanta that is stippled with parking lots, Curbed Atlanta reports. The tower’s modern architecture and design elements will help the building stand out in what is a somewhat bland section of downtown Atlanta.

The $75 million development, which is being developed privately, is in the most preliminary stages of development, but is already pre-leasing, three full years before the projected opening in 2019. Lee & Associates is in charge of leasing the project.

The tower would include a dual-branded hotel, a Skybar rooftop lounge, restaurants, a health club, retailers, and a coffee shop, according to What Now Atlanta. A loopnet.com listing says the building will offer three levels of commercial space across the 50,000-sf building with walk up street retail with valet parking, an integrated parking deck, and a location that will attract sports, convention, hotel, student, and government business.

As of writing this article, no information about specific tenants is available, however, Lee & Associates claims to already be in talks with a few major brands.

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