A mixed-use development in Dunwoody, Atlanta

THE MASTERPLAN

Mixed use, masterfully mixed. High Street Atlanta’s masterplan contains a rich mix of residential and commercial real estate, including restaurant, office and hotel uses. This perfect blend assures that High Street Atlanta will be lively throughout the day and week. The total development offers up to 8 million sf of mixed-use space, equal to one-third of all downtown Atlanta.

The development offers 1,500 apartments, 1,500 condominiums, 400,000 sf of retail, 400,000 sf of new office and 400 hotel rooms.

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Aerial rendering of Phase 1 of the masterplan.

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View of the central park looking north

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View of the upper plaza looking south-west

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View of the central park looking north-west

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View from Center Street looking north-east

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View from West High Street looking toward East High Street

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View of the corner of East High Street and Center Street

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View of the Crescent Plaza at North Street looking toward the steps

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View of the Crescent Plaza retail stores and restaurants

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View of the public realm looking south-west

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View of Two High Street, looking south-east

Designing a city center that works for everyone

Distinctive Architecture
Over 30 distinct and individually conceptualized buildings assure an authentic sense of place. High quality, immersive urban environments have been designed for both the public realm and the residential amenity terraces. High Street’s beautiful architecture and lush landscapes offer an inspiring place to live, work, shop or play.

Sustainability
High Street Atlanta uses the best environmentally friendly design and construction practices. All buildings will individually pursue the US Green Building Council’s LEED Silver rating. The masterplan itself is pursuing the LEED-ND certification for sustainable neighborhood design. With accessible public transportation, sustainable materials, and efficient building systems; High Street is a model for the responsible city dweller.

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