An Atlanta-based developer wants to build a mixed-use project anchored by a big box grocery store on a 100 acre site next to the Lindbergh City Center and Lindbergh Center MARTA station in Buckhead.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle Reports that Jeff Fuqua and Fuqua Development has proposed a plan to redevelop dilapidated apartments at the block surrounded by Piedmont Road and Morogoso and Lindbergh drives with a project anchored by an 80,000 sq. ft Kroger. Fuqua’s plans also call for the potential addition of senior living homes on the site.
Back in 2012, Fuqua wanted to build a Walmart on the site to anchor a different development, but met with resistance from neighborhood leaders who felt the plans were too “suburban” for the area. Lindbergh City Center is among the first transit-oriented projects in the city.
Fuqua and Kroger are working together to build another project in Grant Park.
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