The visionary Science Square district, a collaborative endeavor between Georgia Tech and its development partners, has been meticulously evolving over the past decade. This ambitious project, destined to span a sprawling 18-acre expanse on Atlanta's Westside, is set to redefine the city's urban landscape in a manner unparalleled by any other.
The first phase of the Science Square district, which commenced its construction journey in August 2022, is rising to a remarkable height of 27 stories. Nestled between Georgia Tech's campus and the vibrant Westside neighborhoods, Science Square aspires to harmonize the realms of biomedical research and technology with conventional mixed-use elements encompassing commercial spaces and contemporary apartments.
Adjacent to Science Square Labs, a striking 14-story, 280-unit apartment building designed by Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio is poised to become High Street Residential's inaugural residential venture in Atlanta. This residential complex will offer apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms, promising a vibrant and diverse living experience.
Estimated Completion: Spring 2024
Development Area: 18 Acres
Number of Floors: 14 Story Tower, 6 Story Mid-rise
Retail Area: 6,000 SF
Number of Units: 280
As Science Square unfolds, it is destined to comprise five phases of development, strategically positioned where North Avenue converges with Northside Drive, just southwest of Georgia Tech's main campus. The grand vision includes 1.8 million square feet of cutting-edge commercial lab space, approximately 500 modern apartments, and 25,000 square feet of retail, culminating in a transformative district. Science Square officials anticipate the delivery of the first apartments, laboratories, and offices in the first quarter of the coming year, with four more phases on the horizon. The future of Science Square promises an exciting and transformative addition to Atlanta's urban fabric.
" The future of Science Square promises an exciting and transformative addition to Atlanta's urban fabric."