By now, you’ve seen the branded Star Metals cranes reaching high into the Upper Westside sky. Star Metals developments unite office and residential life seamlessly while maintaining the area’s authentic character and highlighting its history. Inspired by neighbors like Georgia Institute of Technology, the development appeals to tech-savvy young professionals and employees alike.
The Star Metals Offices will feature 227,000 square feet of open floor plan office space, ready to be tailored to the needs of new tenants.
The retail portion of Star Metals, once completed, will span over 50,000 square feet of prime retail space that creates an ideal setting for boutique retailers, cafés, bars, and much more.
Star Metals Residences will offer 409 residential units with first-class amenities such as a fitness room, rooftop pool and lounge, and panoramic 360-degree views of Downtown Atlanta, Midtown, and Buckhead. Residents and employees will have access to a private shuttle which will go to the Midtown and Arts Center MARTA stations. Bicycle commuters will benefit from secure bike storage lockers.
Located at 1050, 1055 and 1005 Howell Mill Road, Star Metals developer, Allen Morris noted the project is anticipated to create 1,945 permanent full-time jobs and approximately 3,000 construction jobs. It will also expand the city’s tax base and channel more than $92 million to Women & Minority Business Enterprise firms. To date, Star Metals Offices are 25 percent preleased to Spaces, a leading international co-working group new to the Upper Westside.
The residential and office buildings will be completed in the second half of 2020. The independent boutique hotel will deliver around mid-2021.
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