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Landmark Property of the Week
When was it built?
Where is it located?
In Inman Park at 299 North Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307, a short 6-minute walk from the Beltline
Who built it?
It was the first development by JPX Works in a partnership with South City Partners. JPX Works was founded by Jarel Portman, son of Atlanta development and architect icon John Portman who built much of the downtown Atlanta skyline. Jarel’s architectural training brings a unique quality and perspective to his projects.
How Big is it?
The complex contains 200 apartment units; 40,000 SF of retail space; and a 570-unit parking deck
What’s Unique about this Place?
The property is a great place to walk to from the Beltline for an ice cream, a bite to eat, or to enjoy a nice stroll around the small park, neighborhood, and fountain hidden behind the building. It’s a good mix of urban vibrancy with a quiet oasis
Why Should I Care?
The property contains a variety of restaurants and shops to enjoy a night out including BeetleCat, Bartaco, Char Korean BBQ, Bread & Butterfly, and Voga Italian Gelato. The place is always vibrant and lively
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