In only six blocks east-west, and 13 blocks north-south,
Midtown Atlanta has 18 new skyscrapers approved or under construction.
The four tallest towers will be stories- 50, 51, 57, & 60
some of the most towering buildings in the US.
Seven of them will be quite tall at 22 to 25 floors. The three shortest will be 16-19 stories. And,
three will be a lofty 30 to 39 floors high. Not to mention the new mid-rises with hundreds of apartments, condos, and retail spaces.
The very tallest structures will be between 12th and 15th Street between Peachtree Street and West Peachtree Street, at the very the apex of Midtown.
Most of the new skyscrapers will be in this area of Midtown. Photo courtesy of Trainiac.
1125 Peachtree, a 50 story mixed-use tower being built as part of the 12th & Midtown development, just north of the Lowes Hotel.
1138 Peachtree: a newer (?) rendering of Midtown Mile retail, next door to Opera.
1138 Peachtree is reported to be 51 stories residential with a whopping 39,000 sf of retail.
A cafe at Peachtree & 14th St in Midtown.
99 14th St is a dynamic development with towers of 60 floors, 57 floors, and a 39 floor tower. There will be 90,000 sf of retail along 14th street and on two other levels.
A view along 14th Street, across from the Four Seasons.
Symphony Hall, the Woodruff Arts Center, and the HIGH Museum are behind this new development.
Improvements to the 14th St Bridge
The site for the beautiful 811 Peachtree St residential tower and retail.
Amli Midtown will be a 30 story residential tower
Metropolitan Center is being planned as a 30 story and 23 story mixed use project.
Yoo on the Park will be 25 floors and was designed by Philippe Starck of Paris.
The new project in the ravine at 10th & Peachtree (after all of these years) will be 24 and 16 story residential towers and a 5 story base of residential, retail, and internal parking decks. The original deeper ravine made old Peachtree St curve around it. This spot was called Tight Squeeze back in the 1800’s.
Georgia Tech’s new High Performance Computing Center will be 23 stories and incorporates a portion of the historic Crum & Forster Insurance Building.
The historic Renaissance Revival Crum & Forster Insurance Building was built in 1928.
Street level retail at Centergy Two student housing near Georgia Tech.
Centergy Two student housing for Georgia Tech will rise 22 floors.
This photo shows the sites for Centergy Two and Ambling student housing towers.
60 11th St will be 22 floors of residential and retail at its base.
33 Peachtree Place will have 19 floors of residential as well as street retail and public park space on the MARTA subway line.
The site plan of 33 Peachtree Place showing retail and public space.
Old and new come together on Peachtree Place, near the Margaret Mitchell House.
The parking lot on the left to become 33 Peachtree Place.
Student housing for Georgia Tech rising along the interstate highway will be 17 stories, by Ambling.
New retail on Peachtree under construction.
A seven story luxury condo building will rise over Starbucks on Peachtree in Midtown.
A look at Peachtree at 5th St with Olympic trees, new buildings, and sidewalk improvements.
Piedmont Park with the Midtown skyline on the right and Downtown Atlanta skyline on the left. Photo by Greg Burch