The Georgetown Company and RocaPoint Partners have unveiled new details about Campus 244, a one-million+-sf mixed-use development in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter submarket.
The walkable campus is located on 12.8 acres and will feature a new 145-key Element Hotel, a 400,000-sf adaptive reuse office building, and 25,000-sf of new food and beverage establishments.
The first phase of the project will include the adaptive reimagining of the existing Gold Kist office building into a five-story, 400,000-sf Class-A office building with a timber overbuild. The workspace will feature 15-foot ceilings, private outdoor terraces, balcony space, and expansive 90,000-sf floor plates that emphasize natural daylight and fresh air throughout. Several post-pandemic workspace features will be included, such as state-of-the-art HVAC systems, touchless elevator and restroom technologies, open staircases, and operable windows.
The first phase will also include an upscale, boutique, 145-key Element Hotel. The hotel will feature a lobby bar that will spill out onto the large greenspace; diverse areas to gather for meetings, remote work, and collaboration; and spots to get coffee with friends and colleagues.
Subsequent phases will include 25,000-sf of restaurant space. The chef-driven restaurant concepts will be located surrounding a central plaza greenspace, providing a connected gathering space for employees on-campus, as well as the local community.
Campus 244 will offer convenient, transit-oriented access to Atlanta’s “Pill Hill” healthcare community, State Farm’s office campus, Perimeter Mall, and other surrounding office and retail amenities.
S9 Architecture will handle the design and master planning for Campus 244.