HOK Atlanta awarded Riverwood mixed-use project - a $300m development to include a LEED certified office building
HOK is developing a comprehensive master plan for the $300 million Riverwood Mixed-Use Development in northwest Atlanta. Working with the developer, Seven Oaks Company, HOK is expanding upon the existing 100 Riverwood Class A Office Building site (previously designed by architect John Portman) by creating new integrated facilities that will offer a blend of residential, retail, hotel and additional office space.
The program includes a 350,000-square-foot, 14-storey LEED® certified office building, 150,000-square-foot office building, 180-room hotel, two 250-unit residential towers, 37,000 square feet of office/condo space, and street-level retail and restaurant space.
Located in northwest Atlanta where I-285 meets I-75, the development will meet the need for ample parking by placing decks underneath buildings to create 1,000 parking spaces.
Communities where people are able to live, work and play have become a quality standard in Atlanta’s highly competitive commercial market. HOK worked with Seven Oaks and adjacent property owners to create an internal main street featuring a green space roundabout, shops and cafes. The structures will be fronted with pedestrian-scaled, ground-floor retail and upper-level condominiums, resulting in a more intimate, active environment. In addition, pedestrian linkages will connect all buildings, ensuring a walkable environment for all who live, work and play in this contemporary mixed-use space.
In addition to serving as the Project Architect for the master plan development, HOK is currently designing the Class A, 350,000-square-foot, 14-story LEED certified office building.