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7 Of The Most-Anticipated Atlanta Projects Opening In 2019

Coda could be described as ground zero for Georgia Tech’s infiltration into Midtown. Ever since the university announced with developer Portman Holdings that it planned to occupy half of what is described as a high-performance computing tower, Midtown has become the hottest market for office development. The $375M tower is the crown jewel in what has become a high-tech corridor in Atlanta, complete with a major data center.

SOURCE: BISNOW

First three restaurants announced for Coda at Tech Square food hall

Portman Holdings and SRS Real Estate Partners have announced the first three tenants for its food hall called The Collective on the first floor of Coda at Tech Square. The three tenants include El Burro Pollo Burrito Kitchen from Chef Hector Santiago, Poke Burri from Ken Yu and Seven Chan and Wildleaf from co-founders Chef Randy Lewis and David Morse.

SOURCE: Atlanta INtown

Midtown’s hyped-up Coda begins ascent above West Peachtree Street

Construction of Coda, one of the largest current projects in the southern stretches of Midtown, is beginning to make an impact on the streetscape near Tech Square. A visit to the site shows that work has progressed to the fifth floor of the project, changing the character of West Peachtree Street between Armstead Place and 4th Street.

SOURCE: Curbed Atlanta

CODA hits rock bottom in Midtown as excavation wraps up

Midtown construction has hit a new low, as excavation for Georgia Tech’s new high-powered computing center, CODA, is bottoming out. An official celebration is planned today to mark the completion of downward work and the beginning of vertical construction on the site.

SOURCE: Curbed Atlanta

Construction Begins on Transformational Coda Project

The nearly 750,000-square-foot mixed-use project will create new opportunities in interdisciplinary research, commercialization and sustainability. It will also enhance the area’s innovation ecosystem, which fosters collaboration between the Institute, startups and established industry leaders.

SOURCE: Georgia Tech