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GID Tops Out Construction on Phase One of MXU in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter

National real estate developer, owner and operator GID has topped out phase one at High Street, its transit-oriented, mixed-use community rising in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter. The first phase encompasses 150,000 square feet of retail, 90,000 square feet of new loft office, 598 apartments and a variety of community gathering spaces. 

“The topping out of High Street’s first phase represents years of hard work by a team united by a vision to deliver a world-class mixed-use destination,” said James Linsley, president of GID Development Group. “The project is progressing very well and we couldn’t be more excited for next year.” 

The development is designed around an internal street grid designed to be pedestrian-friendly and create connectivity with the Dunwoody MARTA station. Phase one features a mix of entertainment concepts and chef-driven restaurants, including Puttshack, The Hampton Social, Agave Bandido and Cuddlefish, with more brands expected to be announced soon. 


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