Coming Soon to Alpharetta
The hotels listed below have acquired a permit from the city to build.
Opening Date: Late 2019
Old Milton Pkwy.
Opening Date: Feb 2020
12075 Morris Road
Opening Date: 2020
Corner of Morris Rd. and Webb Bridge Rd.
Northwinds Summit Hotel
Opening Date: TBD
Haynes Bridge Rd.
The Cotton House Hotel
Opening Date: TBD
Windward Park Hilton
Opening Date: January 2021
The roughly $85 million next phase of Alpharetta City Center will include 105,000 square feet of restaurants and retail, three acres of greenspace and gardens; 36,000 square feet of office, and 168 apartments. The 26-acre City Center project already includes city hall, a library, a park and town green. Hedgewood Homes is also underway on 42 single-family homes.
- Central City Tavern
- Jinya Ramen Bar
- Never Enough Thyme
- Al’s European Barber Shop
- Chic Evolution in Art
- Exquisite Living
Alpharetta’s own Jekyll Brewing is expanding and opening its second location in Downtown Alpharetta. The new two-level location will feature a full-service restaurant, tasting room and 2,500 square-foot rooftop deck.
Brewing capacity at the Alpharetta City Center facility should be around 3,000 barrels a year, according to Eater Atlanta. Dishes at Jekyll’s restaurant, like Nashville hot chicken, paninis and burgers, oysters, and snacks such as pork rinds, are meant to pair with the brewery’s beers. Some seating in the restaurant surrounds the small brewing system, allowing people to watch beers being made or speak with the brew master, Eater said.
Mayfair Market – South Main/Devore Road
Mayfair Street Partners recently submitted new renderings to Alpharetta officials of the project that would create a 33,000 square foot building at the intersection of Main Street and Devore Road, across the street from the future LaFayette Park mixed-use development.
According to documents, the redevelopment of 217 Main Street would include 24,000 square feet of office space and 9,000 square feet of retail and dining. It’s expected to be ready by 2020.
The idea of the project currently known as “The Alpha Loop” is to connect people to activity centers, parks, and jobs by a network of multi-use trails that provides safe alternatives to driving and offers recreational benefit. Click here to learn more.
Located at the northwest corner of Georgia 400 and Haynes Bridge Road, the mixed-use development includes 1.2 million sq. ft. of office space, along with a limited service hotel with 140 rooms, 30,000-50,000 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space, 140 multi-family units and 32 stacked condos. Planned amenities include Alpha Loop trail connecting Northwinds Summit with Downtown Alpharetta and Big Creek Trail, outdoor parks and seating area with Wi-Fi.
North Point Mall
The redevelopment of the old Sears includes a pedestrian-friendly makeover of the mall’s main entrance, plus 300 residential units in three buildings, in addition to three buildings’ worth of new retail and restaurant concepts. Developers are also changing the inside of the mall by expanding the playground from the current play area just under 2,000 square feet to 7,000 square feet with separate, age-appropriate play spaces.
Windward Park is a 48-acre mixed use development located along a primary transportation corridor within the Windward Community in Alpharetta, GA. This significant mixed use development will provide direct access to the neighboring marta-rail facility planned for this area in the near future.
When fully built-out, Windward Park will include 191 townhomes, a 31,000 square retail and restaurant village, 500,000 square of office space, a 250-room hotel and 200 for-sale condominiums. Amenities include a 2-acre central park planned in the heart of the retail village and a 2-acre nature preserve connected to the residential side of the development. The central park will accommodate the site’s stormwater volume needs through a combination of active lawns, fountains and below ground stormwater chambers.
A complete streets concept is planned for the project which will accommodate bikes, pedestrians and cars safely throughout the development. Street trees and decorative lighting will frame the corridors while decorative hardscapes and lush landscaping will create a unified attractive appearance tying all land uses together to create one village-themed community.