Clarion Partners, LLC, and Westbridge have started 926 Brady, the adaptive reuse of the final undeveloped building in the core West Midtown submarket.
The 1930s warehouse is the last remaining piece of the industrial complex that made up the Miller Union Stockyards. Redeveloped by Westbridge in 2017, the urban reuse project has attracted major companies while becoming a popular dining and entertainment destination.
926 Brady will have more than 36,000 square feet of large-format creative office space with a second-floor addition featuring an outdoor rooftop terrace with skyline views. The project is targeting creative companies interested in retaining and attracting talent in a new-to-market space that reflects the character of the historic neighborhood.
“We are thrilled to start work on the final piece of this three-acre campus steeped in 120 years of Atlanta history,” said Joshua Mandelberger, Vice President, Asset Management Clarion Partners. “926 Brady will complete the original vision of Stockyards Atlanta and tie into West Midtown’s rapidly evolving urban core with something truly unique in the market as the area transitions to mid-rise and high-rise new construction projects.”
926 Brady is on the corner of 10th Street and Brady Avenue. Dating back to the early 1900s, it served as a stockyard and meatpacking plant for Atlanta’s growing population. Several of the historic buildings have been updated and adapted, making Stockyards one of Atlanta’s premier creative communities.
“I am excited to work with Clarion on the final phase of one of our signature projects in West Midtown,” said Chris Faussemagne, Westbridge. “It continues the legacy of West Midtown and Stockyards Atlanta, and the ongoing transformation of this historic neighborhood.”
The regional headquarters of energy drink giant Red Bull is in Stockyards Atlanta, as is global manufacturer Mannington Commercial and advertising and marketing firm Fitzco. Painted Duck, a high-end duckpin bowling alley and game bar; Baffi Atlanta, a casual, Italian-inspired restaurant from culinary legend Jonathan Waxman and neighborhood gathering spot Nick’s Westside anchor the highly-curated retail destinations.
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) honored Stockyards Atlanta for Excellence in Office/Commercial Mixed-Use Development. Architectural firm ai3 is the architect for 926 Brady, and Gay Construction Company is the general contractor.
The Transwestern team of Zach Wooten and Stephen Clifton is managing leasing. Construction is currently underway, with an estimated delivery in the second quarter of 2023.