More than a year after construction wrapped, a boutique project in Kirkwood has begun building out its retail portion on an eastside corridor that’s filled in with hundreds of new townhomes, condos, and apartments in recent years.

Restore Wellness and MedSpa, a primary care and wellness service provider helmed by Dr. Kimberly Eide, has claimed the main retail portion at Pullman Flats, a condo building with unique architectural details fronting Rogers Street. (Renderings since 2022 have shown the building’s 2,400-square-foot retail space housing a medical clinic with upscale design.)

Restore is aiming to open this spring, offering a monthly membership fee structure for patients and clients that’s described as being transparent, personalized, and affordable.

New signage and interior buildout visible from Rogers Street. Josh Green/Urbanize Atlanta

In addition to physicals and disease management services, Restore offers IV vitamin and hydration therapy (including a “hangover infusion” cocktail meant to reduce or prevent that self-inflicted malady), B 12 injections, weight loss support, and massage therapy.

Monthly pricing for individuals starts at $115 (ages 8 to 17), or $300 for families (one adult, two children), according to Restore’s website.

For non-members, initial office visits costs $275, which can be applied to membership fees. A one-time enrollment fee of $99 applies to all memberships.

Pullman Flats' arched windows and brick facade that echo the historic train yard across the street. Josh Green/Urbanize Atlanta

The Rogers Street mixed-use venture is surrounded by apartment and townhome development on previously vacant lots (plus soccer fields).

Proxima Residential’s Pullman Flats brought 60 for-sale residences, office floorplates, retail spaces, and 63 embedded parking spaces to less than an acre along Rogers Street, all facing the Pullman Yards mixed-use district. (The building's residential mix includes at least one ultra-swank condo.) 

Above the retail, all 17,000 square feet of open-floorplan, creative office space remains available on the second and third floors, according to commercial listing agents with NAI Brannen Goddard.

The project’s condo portion, as designed by McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture, aimed for a timeless style, with amenities that were marketed as being “exceptional.”

Projected look of the finished Pullman Flats facade on Rogers Street. Courtesy of NAI Brannen Goddard/Proxima Residential; designs, McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture

The overall look of the building nods to the historic, 27-acre Pullman Yards district across the street, where Alliance Residential opened more than 350 apartments in 2022 and an entertainment and events district (now with balloons, through May 19) continues to evolve.


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