The build-out of a McAlister’s Deli started in the West Midtown Center on the corner of Northside and 17th.
This location will be the first in Atlanta and will be a new prototype and “test location” for the restaurant chain. The 3,100 square-foot space will be a new look, and residents will play a role in the brand’s future because of the feedback they will provide. There will be new menu items as well.
“We’re proudly headquartered in Atlanta and handpicked West Midtown for our new prototype because of the vibrancy and diversity of the community,” says Joe Guith, president of McAlister’s. “We’ve spent a lot of time and research finessing the experience we provide our guests and hope the community is looking forward to the new McAlister’s as much as we are.”
The exact address is 1299 Northside Drive. Check back for more about the Westside.
The Atlanta Hard Cider Co. is opening in the Westside, with construction starting in July.
Liz and Mark Deno are opening the 11,250 square-foot production facility, and a 5,000 square-foot tasting room. The actual address is 1283 Marietta Boulevard.
The space will offer 40 taps and an outdoor patio. Atlanta Hard Cider Co. has other establishments at the Hyatt Downtown and The Roof at Ponce City Market.
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Atlanta Pinball Museum is being built in West Midtown. It was be a $20 all-you-can-play pinball and a beer and wine lounge, with the “largest collection of [pinball] machines in Georgia.”
The Museum is being developed by Tim Hightower, a pinball enthusiast and set dresser for Georgia-filmed television and motion pictures. He launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $250,000 to open the joint.
The building is 70,000 square feet, and the exact location in Westside is yet to be determined. A “simple, one-page” tapas-style menu will be offered with a few kid-friendly eats like chicken fingers and fries.
The first 500 Atlantans that make a $1,000 pledge ahead of the Kickstarter’s expiration July 1 will be gifted a “lifetime membership” to the museum plus a guest.
Atlanta Pinball Museum could open as early as winter 2018 with an ultimate goal of collecting 6,000 machines.
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A warehouse revitalization project on the Westside is moving forward and will offer a “creative flex space.” Granite Properties, Third & Urban, and architecture firm Krunberg Wall. The project will convert two former industrial buildings on Menlo Drive into an office development called Inland Tract.
The 77,487 square foot will cost about $2.9 million. All tenant improvements and interior work will be submitted for future permitting. Inland Tract is the second phase of Third & Urban’s Complex West Midtown, which was revealed at the end of 2016.
The Complex West Midtown is already the home of Proof of the Pudding, Bold Monk Brewing, Look Listen, and LTX Solutions. For more information about living on the Westside, click here!
The West Midtown Center, located at 1299 Northside Drive is near IKEA, Kroger, and the Atlantic Station.
A multifamily and detached single family home development will also be built there, and perhaps an Amtrak in the future. An estimated $1.2 million will be spent on the new building.
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The bottle shop and craft bar Hop City Craft Beer & Wind will join the Lee + White Development on the Westside of Atlanta. The 6,000 square foot location will be next to Monday Night Brewing.
It will include a second floor restaurant with a deck and garage doors, and it’s expected to open fall 2018.
The Lee + White development is adjacent to the Beltline. Check back for more info about development in the Westside.