April 1, 2020
Philadelphia-based Rubenstein Partners, and investment partner Monarch Alternative Capital LP, plan to renovate the 47-acre Lindbergh City Center, a transit-oriented development surrounding Atlanta’s Lindbergh MARTA train station. The developer has brought on a team to help guide the facelift, re-naming and re-branding efforts.
The one-million-square-foot, mixed-use property will be transformed into modern mixed-use community. That includes redesigning the building exteriors, reconfiguring the existing retail footprint and adding new local retailers, art galleries and restaurants. The goal is to open up and enliven the space with new furniture, lighting, and event programming.
Rubenstein’s Taylor Smith says, “While there is much uncertainty in today’s marketplace due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are confident in our plans to redevelop Lindbergh City Center into a hub for global experiences with the best connectivity in Atlanta.”
Cushman & Wakefield’s Aileen Almassy, Glenn Kolker, Andy Sumlin and Preston Menning will handle the leasing assignment for the twin 14-story office redevelopment. Gensler is redesigning a 35,000-square-foot office atrium with a coffee and wine bar, game room, and communal work areas that link to more than 80,000 square feet of retail offerings.
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