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Rendering: Proloog

760 Ralph McGill Boulevard

Atlanta, Georgia

760 Ralph McGill Boulevard

Atlanta, Georgia

  • Design Principal

    Tom Kundig

  • Design Principal

    Kirsten Ring Murray

This 1.1 million-square-foot commercial high-rise building fronting the Atlanta BeltLine contains 1 million square feet of office space with street-level retail. Organized around a central thoroughfare that doubles as public civic plaza space, the building will create new urban connections between Old Fourth Ward Park and the rapidly revitalizing Atlanta BeltLine corridor.

Located on a significant site from the Civil War, the building design is organized around two portals. The first portal frames views of downtown, symbolizing a look towards the future, while the second portal connects to the historic Fourth Ward Park.

Targeting LEED® Gold certification, the building will include sustainable design features that reduce energy consumption, address stormwater runoff, and encourage alternate forms of transportation. The main plaza will connect to the planned light rail station on the BeltLine, and the building will incorporate a bike path that connects to the BeltLine Bicycle Trail and inner-city bike trails beyond.

The high floor-to-floor heights along with the optimized floorplates are designed to maximize spatial daylight autonomy. Utilizing extensive daylight and thermal modeling, the design team is creating a building façade that will enhance building performance while maintaining daylight and thermal comfort for occupants.

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