Development continues for QTS Details Centers enlargement of their westside campus as the developers file a BeltLine Particular Administrative Allow (SAP) Software last week total with a extra in depth internet site system and setting up renderings. The SAP application states that the expansion, titled Undertaking Granite, will be designed in phases, the 1st of which will be two facts center and business buildings totaling 1,15,000 square toes, 900,000 square toes of which will be information middle flooring spot and 250,000 will be business room. The remaining phases would see the design of a 350-device mixed-use residential developing at the corner of Herndon and Marietta, a combined-use commercial making to the northeast of the information centre structures and 50 townhomes alongside Herndon. The challenge would also contain close to 2,000 parking areas for non-residential use and 650 spaces for household use.
This would properly double in size what is now the largest facts centre in the Southeast, in accordance to QTS. The current datacenter structures full 970,000 square feet of room on a 95-acre campus. Nonetheless, this job scope appears to be scaled again from that of a former submitting with the Georgia Division of Group Affairs for a challenge with a 1.15 million sq. foot knowledge middle and 640,000 square foot place of work room. What Now Atlanta earlier reported this discrepancy in regard to Task Granite‘s rezoning application, and this most the latest filing appears to validate the scaled again scope.
The site plan also contains details for avenue extensions, streetscape advancements, plaza construction, and probable connections to the BeltLine itself. Church Street would be prolonged throughout the site, curving toward Marietta Avenue parallel to the BeltLine. An accessibility corridor to the BeltLine would join to Church Avenue to the BeltLine beneath the proposed mix-use professional constructing. Furthermore, a new road would be created to the south of the data facilities and prolong across the advancement to deliver general public obtain to the BeltLine, and personal entry to the information middle buildings and the existing structures to the south. Two non-public north/south roadways would traverse the development and would only be accessible to facts centre tenants, which would call for a variation from the The Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 9 Avenue Framework System.
The now unoccupied site was earlier house to the WestRock packaging facility and was acquired for $80 million in 2018 West Midtown Acquisition Organization LLC, a subsidiary of Kansas-centered QTS. Previous filings have indicated QTS hopes to finish the venture in 2024.