Broadstone-branded apartment communities have popped up across the metro in recent years, but the latest example in Peachtree Corners—Gwinnett County’s “newest and fastest-growing city”—comes with a mixed-use twist, according to developers.
Spread across 9.2 acres along Peachtree Parkway, Broadstone Peachtree Corners remade a standing office building and now includes the first public office spaces in the Broadstone portfolio.
The office component joins hundreds of new apartments and 26 for-sale townhomes next to Technology Park, a 500-acre tech hub about 20 miles north of Atlanta.
According to developer Alliance Residential Company, the sprawling new complex was designed with today’s hybrid and remote workforce in mind. That’s evidenced by 20 for-rent offices on site—totaling 7,760 square feet, aimed at Broadstone residents and the general public—that Alliance has branded, “Second Story, A Private Office Collective.”
Ranging between 90 and 250 square feet, those offices are located on the second floor (naturally) of the community’s amenity building on Oak Harbor Drive. Features include a coworking lounge, private outdoor terrace, communal kitchen, and two conference rooms.
The main residential component, meanwhile, is a five-story apartment building that lords over Peachtree Parkway today.
Broadstone Peachtree Corners’ 295 apartments range from 515-square-foot studios up to 1,170-square-foot two-bedroom units, with monthly rents between $1,549 and $2,570, according to Apartments.com.
Offices spaces, meanwhile, start at $600 per month. Townhome prices have yet to be listed.
Amenities for residents include a resort-style pool, game lounge with golf simulator and putting green, a courtyard with grills and a fire pit, and the obligatory pet spa.
Another perk of the location is a planned 11-mile trail system called the Corners Connector nearby, developers have said.
Elsewhere, within Atlanta city limits, Alliance has delivered Broadstone-branded apartment projects in Summerhill, Kirkwood, Bolton, and most recently the eastern edge of downtown in recent years. Other Broadstone communities have popped up near the town centers of Norcross and Sugar Hill in Gwinnett, among other suburban locations.
Find a closer look at the metro’s latest Broadstone-branded project in the gallery above.
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