As Atlanta’s famed BeltLine breathes new life into intown neighborhoods such as the Old Fourth Ward, developments such as 755 North come to life. This 227-unit wood-framed apartment complex sits on the former Dixie Seal & Stamp and the Newton Tobacco Company sites and offers spacious apartments with a plethora of amenities.
Located on a inclined site, the building design takes into account the 30-foot elevation change and offers residential units on grade at five different elevations. Unit plans offer 31 unique unit types featuring floor to ceiling windows to take advantage of the hilltop views and Atlanta skyline. Luxury finishes include granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, hardwood and concrete floors, large balconies, Roman tubs and separate showers, and nine-foot vaulted ceilings.
Complex amenities include controlled access, an on-site leasing office, state-of-the-art fitness center, clubroom with gaming center, grand pool overlooking the BeltLine, bocce ball court, and internet café. Finishes such as wood wall tiles, chainmail curtain, and terrazzo countertops adorn the public areas.
Queen brick, utility brick, hard-coat stucco, and board and batten cementitious siding are used on the exterior of the building. This unique blend of materials allows the building to act as a smooth transition from the warehouses adjacent to the south end of the site to the residential homes bordering the north end of the site.
A six-story precast parking deck is discreetly situated in the middle of the development and provides ample parking for residents and guests.