An artist’s rendering of the City Springs project shows some of the greenspace on the property.
Carter, an Atlanta-based real estate investment, development and advisory firm, and Selig Enterprises, an Atlanta-based mixed-use and retail developer and owner, June 28 announced the residential building located at City Springs in Sandy Springs will be named Aston City Springs. Additionally, a website for the project, www.astoncitysprings.com, was launched.
With one-, two- and three-bedroom residences and two-bedroom townhomes, Aston City Springs will offer first-class living accommodations and access to a luxury amenity deck with a pool and private courtyard. Units will include high end features like quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances along with wine coolers in select units.
“The Aston residences offer the first chance to live in this transformative city center for the city of Sandy Springs,” Carter Executive Vice President Jerome Hagley said in a news release. “We are excited to offer unrivaled amenities and residences as a major component of City Springs.”
The residential development is one piece of the larger City Springs development that includes a 1,000-seat performing arts center, 95,000 square feet of office space, 35,000 square feet of retail space, a 4-acre park and more than 1,000 parking spots. The whole project spans 14 acres. Carter’s private development team has partnered with Selig to develop the residential and retail offerings.
The City Springs overall project is a comprehensive public-private partnership with the common goal of creating a new mixed-use development that employs new urbanist principles with a strong civic emphasis to create a true center for the growing city.
Construction financing for the project is being provided by SunTrust Bank. Other private portion participants include Brasfield & Gorrie as the general contractor and RJTR as the architect. RAM Partners is providing property management services. In addition to serving as master developer, Carter is also providing program management services for the city’s portions of the development.
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