More than 300 more apartments are en route near MARTA stations at Central Perimeter.

That’s the word today from High Street Residential, a subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, which has closed on 4 acres of land to build what it calls a transit-oriented development within walking distance of two MARTA hubs served by rail.

The 350-unit Brookhaven project—called Residences at Perimeter Summit—is slated to rise at 5005 Perimeter Summit Boulevard, just south of Perimeter Mall within the Interstate 285 loop.

By foot, MARTA’s Medical Center station is roughly a mile away, and Dunwoody station about 1.2 miles.

Courtesy of High Street Residential; designs, Cooper Carry

The apartments, all classified as luxury, will be part of the larger Perimeter Summit district, a 1.7-million-square-foot campus purchased by Spear Street Capital last year with buildings standing 21, 18, and 16 stories.

As designed by the Cooper Carry architecture firm, the Residences at Perimeter Summit project calls for studios to two-bedroom apartments with around 900 square feet on average.

Plans call for a max height of seven stories—five floors of residential over two parking levels—with a 475-space garage.  

Amenities are set to include the requisite resort-style pool and dog park, a clubroom, fitness center, and an elevated resident lounge with a kitchen for entertaining and views of the Perimeter skyline, according to High Street officials.

Beyond the apartments, Perimeter Summit includes office and retail space spread across four buildings total, plus a condo building and 182-room hotel.

“The location is bolstered by Atlanta’s multifamily fundamentals, which continue to remain strong,” said High Street's Scott Kirchhoff in a project announcement. “We look forward to progressing this development within the City of Brookhaven and are excited to deliver a true Class A rental experience.”

The site's proximity to Perimeter Mall (above), Interstate 285, and Ga. Highway 400. Google Maps

High Street expects to begin construction by year’s end, and to start leasing units by the fall of 2026.

Elsewhere in Atlanta, High Street is developing the multifamily component of Georgia Tech's 18-acre Science Square project on the Westside. That project is called The Grace Residences

In other Central Perimeter residential news, GID Development Group recently announced the first two apartment buildings in its massive High Street venture have been moving in tenants. Those include 598 apartments within a short walk of MARTA's Dunwoody station. 


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