Buckhead exchange is one of Atlanta’s oldest retail centers and is also due for a makeover. FCA Partners just announced redevelopment plans for Buckhead Exchange with hopes of transforming the retail structure into a pedestrian focused center that will potentially gain a stronger mix of tenants.
A note from FCA: “We were attracted to the property because of its extremely high-quality location in the heart of Buckhead, which continues to become even more dense and urban due to multifamily and other high-density development currently underway, “We believe there is strong tenant demand for interesting, renovated, retail space in Buckhead. The visibility and accessibility of this location, combined with our renovation, will attract unique tenants who want to be in Buckhead’s emerging modern, urban streetscape but at a more reasonable price point than currently available at the surrounding projects.”
When redeveloping, architectural redesigns are essential along with the renovation of the exterior to store fronts. Some of the updates that Buckhead exchange will experience will be a new pedestrian environment that will incorporate a facade along with updates sidewalks and landscaping. Most of the building will be demolished in order to create a paseo connecting storefronts with the pedestrians on Peachtree Road and Grandview Avenue. The idea behind the revamp is to improve the environment of Buckhead Exchange.
FCA is already seeing results from its hard labor. Storico Fresco Pasta is in the works for a 4,000-square-foot lease in the lower level along Grandview Avenue, and Yeah! Burger leased the 3,200-square foot restaurant space formerly home to Locos Grill & Pub.
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