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Plaza Midtown, Atlanta

Alucobond Plus, Plaza Midtown, Atlanta, Georgia

Project Name: Plaza Midtown, Atlanta
Project Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Alucobond Materials: 53,000 sq. ft. 4mm 
Alucobond Plus Material
Silver Metallic
Year of Installation: 2006
Architect: Smallwood, Reynolds, 
Stewart, Stewart 
& Associates, Inc., 
Atlanta
Fabricator/Installer: The Miller Clapperton 
Partnership, 
Austell, Georgia
Attachment Method: MCP System 100

Alucobond® Plus Material Gleams at Plaza Midtown

Opened in early 2006, The Plaza Midtown in Atlanta is a mixed-use development featuring residential condominiums in two 20-story towers, and 70,000 sq. ft. of neighborhood retail. The gleaming twin towers of Silver Metallic Alucobond® Plus Material and glass are located on a 3.3-acre site that covers an entire city block, from Eighth St. to Peachtree Place between Spring and West Peachtree Streets. Directly accessible to the I-75/I-85 connector, this is part of a dynamic area with market growth that is drawing urban professionals and development.

More than 53,000 sq. ft. of Alucobond Plus Material in 4mm thickness was installed in 2,379 panels, designed and fabricated by the installing subcontractor, Miller-Clapperton Partnership of Austell, Georgia. The attachment system was the MCP System 100. General contractor was Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC of Kennesaw, Georgia.

Alucobond Plus, Plaza Midtown, Atlanta, Georgia

Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama with a regional office in Atlanta, Daniel Corporation developed the residential component; Atlanta-based Selig Enterprises, Inc. owns, leases and manages the retail. Architect was Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates, Inc. of Atlanta — “an internationally established design firm providing innovative professional services for corporate, commercial, hospitality, residential, industrial, government and educational projects.” Additional information is available at www.srssa.com. Phillips Partnership, an Atlanta-based firm, was retail architect.

This is an award-winning project — The Plaza Midtown received the 2005 Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best in Atlanta Real Estate Award in the mixed-use/special use category.

Luxurious residences at The Plaza Midtown can boast such features as: spectacular views; floor-to-ceiling high-performance glass; large balconies; 10’ ceilings; walk-in closets; desired materials such as granite, tile, quality woods, and stainless steel. The Plaza Club is one acre of outdoor park with full-sized trees and manicured gardens—six stories up—featuring its own swimming pool and clubhouse. Fitness center and clubroom with big-screen TVs, gaming tables and WiFi add desirable amenities.

Alucobond Plus, Plaza Midtown, Atlanta, Georgia

Providing needed services to the 418 luxury condominiums is the retail component that includes a new 35,000 sq. ft. Urban Market by Publix, a concept with everything from gourmet take-out to a wide variety of wines and fresh sushi. It is a part of the financial, dining, entertainment and boutique-shopping retail that adds compatible retail services for sophisticated clientele. Additional information is available at www.plazamidtown.com.

Daniel Corporation is “an innovative, full-service real estate organization engaged in the development, acquisition, and management of commercial office, multi-family, and senior living properties.” The company was founded in l964. Additional information is available at www.danielrealty.com. The portfolio of Selig Enterprises includes shopping centers, industrial complexes and office developments throughout the Southeast; the company was founded in 1918. Additional information is available at www.seligenterprises.com

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