'Unparalleled rooftop experience' from Slater Hospitality Concepts to include pool club, 12,000-square-foot two-story restaurant.
S.J. Collins Enterprises, the commercial real estate development firm behind The Interlock, has partnered with Slater Hospitality Concepts to create an "unparalleled rooftop experience" at the mixed-use development, according to a press release Tuesday.
At least two additional locations of the Indian fast-casual eatery are in the works for the Atlanta-area.
Curry Up Now has inked deals for three Atlanta-area locations: North Decatur Square, Madison Yards, and The Interlock development.
Plans for the fast-casual Indian eatery's expansion into the market were first unveiled in April.
“Atlanta has a great up-and-coming food scene, but no one is doing Indian the way Curry Up Now is,” Hemant Suri, the Atlanta Curry Up Now franchisee, said in a prepared statement Friday.
The upsurge in Atlanta’s meetings and conventions is being met with a host of new hotels and meeting venues that have recently come online or are in the development stages.
One of the biggest additions to the mix is a $55 million expansion of the Georgia World Congress Center. The project, now under construction, will add 100,000 square feet between Buildings B and C, creating one million square feet of contiguous exhibition space. It creates a total of about 1.1 million square feet of space under one roof.
Virginia-based Armada Hoffler Properties Inc. (NYSE: AHH) said Monday it will invest in the office and retail components of The Interlock, a new mixed-use public-private partnership with Georgia Tech on an 8.8-acre tract located at the corner of Howell Mill and 14th Street in West Midtown Atlanta.
The Interlock will offer 200,000 square feet of office space, 90,000 square feet of retail space, 350 apartment units, 70 single-family townhomes, and a 125-room boutique hotel.