ATLANTA –– Jamestown has released its plans to develop Signal House, a 21-story active adult community in Atlanta.
The property will be located adjacent to Ponce City Market, a massive mixed-use redevelopment of a former Sears, Roebuck & Co. store and warehouse. The property is adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine rails-to-trails project in the city’s historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.
Plans call for 162 units reserved for residents age 55 and older. The project is scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2023.
“Continuing Ponce City Market’s legacy of innovation and neighborhood connectivity, Signal House will offer the 55-plus community a unique social and urban living experience,” says Michael Phillips, president of Jamestown. “With direct connectivity to the BeltLine and access to venues for gathering, plus health and wellness experiences, residents will find themselves in a lively, intown community.”
Signal House will also feature 3,300 square feet of BeltLine-fronting retail space and is part of Ponce City Market’s next phase, which includes more than 700,000 square feet of new live, work and shop space.
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