Posts tagged with "Euramex"

Euramex’s Kirkwood project breaks ground, gets new name and renderings

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 26, 2016

After months of waiting, developer Euramex has finally begun to move dirt around on the site that will eventually be home to more than 230 market rate apartments. Atlanta’s City Council approved zoning for the property, located at 1910 Bixby Street, in November 2014. The developer knocked down the Bixby Street apartments that were built in […]

Avondale Estates says ‘no’ to grocery store, plans to develop green space instead

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 4, 2016

Discussions between the city and Avondale Estates and a developer about plans for four acres in the city’s downtown have reached an impasse. The city owns four acres along North Avondale Road, purchased from a creditor in a bankruptcy case involving a previous development that failed. The developer filed for bankruptcy in 2010. Initially, the city […]

(PHOTOS) Avondale Estates ‘erector set’ comes down

Posted by February 17, 2016

By Travis Hudgons, contributor A long-standing eyesore in Avondale Estates will soon stand no more. On Wednesday, Feb. 17, crews from Atlanta Demolition could be seen taking down the unfinished steel structure located at the corner of East College Ave. and Maple St. The notorious half-finished building, referred to as the “erector set” by locals, was […]

Avondale Estates requests “erector set” be demolished

Posted by Dena Mellick January 25, 2016

This story has been updated.  Avondale Estates has asked Euramex to demolish the “erector set” unfinished steel structure at the corner of East College Ave. and Maple St. A city email says the Board of Mayor and Commissioners put in the request and a demolition permit has been approved. The email says, “In 2008, a permit […]

Former Avondale mayor drops bid for Euramex site

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt January 19, 2016

Former Avondale Estates mayor Ed Rieker has announced he is no longer seeking to put soccer fields on a site slated for a private development. In related news, the city’s current Mayor Jonathan Elmore said developer Euramex may be close to making its first official presentation to the public regarding its plans for the Fenner […]

Avondale’s former mayor proposes developing soccer fields on Euramex site

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt January 5, 2016

Ed Rieker, the former mayor of Avondale Estates and a local businessman, is trying to build support for a plan to build soccer fields on property that’s slated for a mixed-use development. There’s also a possibility Rieker might seek support from the city’s Downtown Development Authority, a body to which Rieker and other commissioners made appointments […]

Euramex drops phased approach to Kirkwood apartment development

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt September 14, 2015

Developer Euramex initially planned to construct an apartment development in Kirkwood in separate phases. But the market has picked up and now the company is planning to build all of the apartments at the same time in order to keep up with demand. The project would be located behind Kirkwood Station. Crews are currently demolishing […]

Discussion about developer’s plans for Avondale provides few details

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt August 22, 2015

The agenda for the Avondale Estates City Commission work session on Aug. 19 raised hopes for more information about a massive, mixed-use project planned for the 13-acre Fenner Dunlop property. But the developer, Euramex, didn’t attend the meeting. There were no drawings illustrating company’s proposal for the site. City Commissioners said they’d seen them, but Euramex […]

With development on the way, apartment residents told to relocate

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt February 3, 2015

This story has been updated.  Residents of Kirkwood’s Bixby Street apartments are being given 60 days to find a new place to live so a developer can demolish the property and replace it with new multifamily housing. Stan Sugarman, the Kirkwood Neighbors’ Organization zoning chairman, said the developer, Euramex, is will seek a demolition permit […]

Avondale puts brakes on parking proposal

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt December 11, 2014

The Avondale Estates City Commission wants to reexamine its options before building an overflow parking lot on space owned by MARTA. Commissioners decided at their Dec. 10 work session to delay action on the idea until the spring. The estimated cost of constructing the lot is about $268,000, but throw in the suggested $1,800 per […]

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