Edge on the BeltLine

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Edge on the BeltLine, developed by North American Properties, is a mixed-use community along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. The 4.5-acre, $80 million-destination incorporates 350 multifamily apartments, 10% of which are dedicated to workforce housing, and 27,000 square feet of retail, dining and loft office…

Edge on the BeltLine, developed by North American Properties, is a mixed-use community along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail. The 4.5-acre, $80 million-destination incorporates 350 multifamily apartments, 10% of which are dedicated to workforce housing, and 27,000 square feet of retail, dining and loft office space fronting the BeltLine.

Edge on the BeltLine is the product of the assemblage of five parcels of land and the realignment of the Atlanta BeltLine. Edge was built with the creative class in mind and represents the first mixed-use project designed and developed to completely interact with the urban trail as it runs directly through the development.

Surrounded by the vibrant BeltLine, Krog Street Tunnel and a myriad of creative destinations, Edge brings its own artistic flair to the Historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood and features several public art elements, including a 90’ X 90’ mural created by an all-female team of four local Atlanta artists; the first giant tiny door installation by Tiny Doors Atlanta; and an eclectic collection of large metal sculptures curated by one of the founders of Mellow Mushroom.

Additionally, NAP formed a unique partnership with Vantage Realty Partners, which owns the retail component, to bring Chef Kevin Gillespie’s Cold Beer, Hazel Jane’s Wine & Coffee Bar by Revelator Coffee, first-to-state Rukus Cycling Studios and Shake Shack to Edge.

Architect: Lord Aeck Sargent