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NY developer reveals plans for 3 new Atlanta skyscrapers
New Midtown development to include one of the city’s tallest skyscrapers.
New York-based developer Ashkenazy Acquisition Group has revealed plans to develop 98 14th Street into a 2 million-square-foot development, the Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported.
The proposed site would have three skyscrapers, the first at 56 stories tall, composed of 34 stories of residential and 22 floors of hotel space.
The second and third towers would each boast 46 floors of residential living, according to the ABC.
Ashkenazy is best known for developing landmark destinations such as Union Station in Washington D.C., Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, Rivercenter in San Antonio and several properties along Madison Avenue.
The site is currently owned by The Woodruff Arts Center. To read the rest of the ABC’s thoughtful report, click here.