Just a few blocks from the adaptive-reuse behemoth that is the Lee + White district, another sizable West End warehouse conversion is in the works, according to property listings.

A brick-built, circa-1930 warehouse complex at 715 W. Whitehall St. is set to be converted into commercial spaces called “WestLine Studios” that could benefit from proximity to the Atlanta BeltLine and public transit.

It’s being offered by the Seryus commercial real estate brokerage firm, with construction launching this summer and delivery expected in November, according to a LoopNet listing.

Location of the 715 W. Whitehall St. warehouse property in question. Google Maps

Planned entryway along Whitehall Street at WestLine Studios. Seryus

The 1.1-acre property stands practically in the shadow of MARTA’s West End station. It’s separated from the Met Atlanta complex by Whitehall Street and active railroad tracks, with the Mall West End located about three blocks to the north.

Records indicate building permits were issued for the commercial alterations in May.

The nearly century-old structure will offer 47,867 square feet of leasable space once finished, according to Seryus. It includes two drive-in bays for entry, five exterior dock doors, and 30 parking spaces.

According to the listing, available commercial spaces will range from 980 to more than 7,600 square feet, with rents between $16 and $32.50 per square foot, per year.


Scope of the nearly 50,000-square-foot West End property. Seryus/LoopNet

While the property doesn’t exactly front the transit station or BeltLine, its “very walkable” Walk Score (74) and “very bikeable” Bike Score (also 74) could work in its favor.

For more WestLine Studios images and context, head up to the gallery above.  


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