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Old Posted May 19, 2020, 11:37 PM
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Reminds me of a Japanese temple.
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Old Posted May 21, 2020, 3:27 PM
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Does anyone have any insight on what project will break ground next?
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Old Posted May 21, 2020, 3:47 PM
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Old Posted May 21, 2020, 3:49 PM
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Its about time, this building looks like NSA bunker
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Old Posted May 21, 2020, 3:55 PM
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Does anyone have any insight on what project will break ground next?
No insight as to whether or not they will break ground but from looking at permitting these are the projects that could be the next to break ground. Just based on what is in Accela here is the percentage of how much of land development is completed.

901 West 100% (Needs to sign an anchor tenant)
Atlantic Station dual brand hotel 100%
5th & Juniper 90%
760 Ralph Mcgill 85%
125 Ted Turner (Centennial Yards) 85%
1018 West Peachtree 60%
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Old Posted May 23, 2020, 2:30 AM
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Work is underway at the King Memorial Station TOD.


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Old Posted May 31, 2020, 3:28 AM
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[QUOTE=smArTaLlone;8939023]I think this turned out well.

It certainly did.
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2020, 11:39 PM
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Projects similar to J5 would work great on streets such as ralph mcgill and Highland Ave.
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I think this turned out well.
I have to walk by that thing most every day and it is one ugly piece of work in person. Also, cracker-box construction and if you inspect closely, some notable examples of sloppy craftsmanship (such as weirdly slanted balconies.) And they want $.5M to $1M for the units, so these will soon be glorified apartments.
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I have to walk by that thing most every day and it is one ugly piece of work in person. Also, cracker-box construction and if you inspect closely, some notable examples of sloppy craftsmanship (such as weirdly slanted balconies.) And they want $.5M to $1M for the units, so these will soon be glorified apartments.
Will somebody please give this man a bucket of worms and some reading glasses, b/c he's definitely going fishing. Slanted balconies??? Where they do that at?
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I have to walk by that thing most every day and it is one ugly piece of work in person. Also, cracker-box construction and if you inspect closely, some notable examples of sloppy craftsmanship (such as weirdly slanted balconies.) And they want $.5M to $1M for the units, so these will soon be glorified apartments.
Everyone entitled to their opinion, but I think they look great...
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I actually agree a bit with Metrophile. It looks amazing from the air, but when you walk by it in person it's just off. Not bad, but there are a lot of weird things. I have specifically noticed the balconies, and there are already rust stains on some of the white parts and metal sheeting (?) peeling away on some parts. But I love the general design with the height step-down towards the garden district.
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I have specifically noticed the balconies, and there are already rust stains on some of the white parts and metal sheeting (?) peeling away on some parts.
Knowing what I know about flat roofs and balconies, this property is going to have a major assessment in 10 years for leak roofs and rotten wood damage due to water penetration at the balconies and roof line. This building is going to be a huge challenge keeping water tight due to the design, and being a stick frame building, it is going to be susceptible to rot more than cement buildings. I can see why this went condo initially because this was not designed to be a low maintenance building.
Otherwise, I love the look of the building, but have not had an opportunity to see it up close.
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