Hopefully y’all heard the good news. On February 8 we broke ground on our first apartment community in downtown Atlanta. After nearly 45 years serving the metro area, we’re finally going downtown!
Home, sweet home. The site of our newest community, Post Centennial Park in downtown Atlanta.
Post Centennial Park will be a 438-unit community, walking distance to two MARTA stations, Centennial Olympic Park, Philips Arena, The Georgia Aquarium, The World of Coca-Cola, and all the character, charm, and good eats downtown Atlanta has to offer. Post Centennial Park will have studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 537 to 1,356 square feet. The project was designed by architecture and design firm, LRK.
Our CEO Dave Stockert is so excited about the renaissance happening in downtown Atlanta and all of us here are thrilled for Post Centennial Park to be a part of what is quickly becoming one of Atlanta’s most attractive live, work, play destinations.
Post Properties CEO Dave Stockert addressing a packed tent at the Post Centennial Park groundbreaking February 8, 2016.
We had some friendly faces join us for the groundbreaking. And we greatly appreciate the support of Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, who joined us to help kick off the project.
The Post Centennial Park groundbreaking February 8, 2016. Pictured left to right: Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell; Post Properties CEO Dave Stockert; Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed; Atlanta City Council Member, District 4, Cleta Winslow; Dr. Eloisa Klementich, President and CEO of Invest Atlanta; A.J. Robinson, President of Central Atlanta Progress.
Here are a few more photos from the day’s activities:
Safety first! Dr. Eloisa Klementich, President and CEO of Invest Atlanta, trying on her Post Properties hard hat at the Post Centennial Park groundbreaking February 8, 2016.
Looking sharp, Mr. Mayor. Thanks for joining us at the Post Centennial Park groundbreaking February 8, 2016.
NBC affiliate 11Alive is in the house, and yes, we're ready for our close up.
Yup. Centennial Olympic Park is right there. We can walk there in two minutes.