Plans recently filed with the city shed light on how a boutique apartment project could look and function in Buckhead’s Peachtree Hills, continuing a surge of residential development near Atlanta’s signature street from the northern blocks of Midtown to the core of Buckhead Village.  

A Special Administrative Permit application filed with the City of Atlanta’s Office of Buildings calls for replacing the One Peachtree Hills Apartments with a wedge-shaped, low-rise building with no shortage of outdoor spaces attached to rentals.  

The existing two-story complex is located at 11 Peachtree Hills Ave., a block south of the Publix-anchored Peachtree Battle Shopping Mall and just north of Peachtree Creek’s winding banks.

Elevation showing a planned rooftop amenity and underground garage entry. TSW; via City of Atlanta Office of Zoning and Development

The TSW-designed proposal from Pruiett Capital Partners and Hudson Development Partners calls for building a three-story multifamily building with 44 apartments and an amenity terrace on the roof. Apartments would range from studios to two-bedroom options, each with open balconies.

The breakdown: 10 studios, 23 one-bedroom units, and 11 two-bedroom options, per the SAP filing.

Filings stipulate that 51 onsite parking spaces would be provided, of a maximum 55 allowed. The minimum five bicycle parking spaces are planned elsewhere on site, according to the SAP application.  

Site plan for 44 apartments in a three-story building off Peachtree Road, which is located to the left here.TSW; via City of Atlanta Office of Zoning and Development

TSW; via City of Atlanta Office of Zoning and Development

The proposal also calls for building a parking garage accessed via Fairhaven Circle that’s partially underground.

The property falls within a BeltLine Overlay District, but the application makes no mention of affordable or workforce housing being included. Members of the development team have not responded this week to requests for more information.

According to, the average size of current units at the Peachtree Hills location is one bedroom and one bathroom in 750 square feet. None are listed as being for rent now. Neighbors tells Urbanize Atlanta the community is still occupied.

The project is scheduled for an SAP hearing on Oct. 25 before the Office of Zoning and Development, according to filings.

Fulton County records indicate the .6-acre property last sold for $4 million in summer 2022 to an LLC called 11 Peachtree Hills Holdings.

Head up to the gallery for more context and a closer look at what’s in the pipeline.


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