15 Feb Aiming for Q3 debut, 318-unit luxury complex beckons retailers
Chamblee’s Lumen-branded project joins groundswell of Town Center development.
A push to fill retail spaces is underway at a Chamblee project expected to deliver in a few months, adding hundreds of renting options to a historic downtown core that’s witnessing a transformative wave of development.
Chamblee officials are optimistic the changes will help the north ITP city move beyond an industrial past toward a more cohesively urban, people-focused commercial center. A big part of those plans is Lumen Chamblee, which is on pace to deliver 318 apartments described as luxury-grade in the third quarter of this year, officials said this week.
Chamblee’s Lumen project, a joint venture from Atlanta-based developers Atlantic Residential and Stein Investment Group, has claimed acreage at 2175 American Industrial Way formerly occupied by a few low-rise buildings.
It’s tucked off Chamblee’s retail and restaurant row on Peachtree Road, across the street from The Bristol, a newer pocket of modern townhomes.