Market City Center

New Downtown Housing Development

The goal of 728 Market St. was to provide a new workforce housing development in Chattanooga, revitalizing the downtown area. Challenges of the downtown site include managing space constraints, addressing wind loads, providing light / views, and offering a product the market would positively respond to.

Mix Of Units

This project includes 125 residential units, of which there is a 85%-15% mix of one bedrooms to two bedrooms. The units feature sliding glass doors, operable windows, LVT plank flooring, and modern kitchens with granite tops and a stainless appliance package.

Shared Elements

Residents also share an amenity space with a workout room and roof deck for entertaining. Below the seven residential levels, there are 65 parking spaces for the residents, a level of loft office space, and retail / restaurant tenants at the street level. The project is certified “LEED for Homes.”

Flats at Ponce City Market

Adaptive Reuse

SSOE is serving as the lead architect on the residential portion of the historic renovation and adaptive reuse of the Sears, Roebuck & Company building, located on Ponce de Leon in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.

Urban Centerpiece

As the largest adaptive reuse project in Atlanta’s history, Ponce City Market will restore 2.1 million square feet of space, creating a vibrant urban centerpiece that combines 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants, 450,000 square feet office space, and 259 residential units.

Numerous Residential Options

The residential units are a mix of studio, one, two, and three bedroom units with the option of a single or multi-level loft. The entire projects cost is more than $200,000,000.

The project achieved LEED Silver accreditation and “LEED for Homes” certification.


Castleberry Point

Residential Space In Castleberry Hill Historic District

This project brings prime residential space to a 2.2 acre parcel in Atlanta’s Castleberry Hill Historic District. The project includes 112, one and two bedroom residential condominium units.

Retail & Live/Work Spaces

Street Level commercial retail and live / work spaces front the entire ground level. The project also includes a 291-car, four-level precast parking garage.

Residential Amenities

The roof of the parking garage serves as the residential amenity level with a pool, clubroom / fitness facility, and active courtyard.

First New Construction

Castleberry Point was the first new construction project to be reviewed and approved under the Castleberry Hill Historic District zoning regulations and review process.

335 West Ponce

Thoughtfully Planned Amenities

Thoughtfully planned amenities evoke a sense of community for residents. These spaces include a pool area defined by a deep trellis visible from the street below and retail shops facing West Ponce de Leon Avenue.

Vibrant Urban Experience

Planters, trees, benches, lighting and on-street parking contribute to the vibrant urban sidewalk experience found throughout downtown Decatur.

Glenwood Park

Three Major Town Center Buildings

SSOE designed three major Town Center buildings on a 27-acre site located on an in-town residential community in east Atlanta. More than 28,000 square feet of boutique retail space lines beautifully landscaped streets in the Glenwood Park District.

Condominium Residential Units

The three-story buildings include 38 condominium residential units ranging in size from 750 to 1,200 square feet.

Mercantile Building Design Theme

Town Center at Glenwood Park is a five building complex that blends the American mercantile building design theme prevalent in main streets of turn-of-the-century small towns.

Ponce Springs Condominiums

Four Levels Of Condominiums

SSOE designed this 118-unit, condominium project which fronts Glen Iris Drive across the street from Ponce City Market. The complex consists of four levels of condominium units above one level of retail space.

Interior Courtyard

A generous interior landscaped courtyard is also included. A four-level, 250 space parking deck is connected to the building.

Retail Space

All residential levels are connected directly to matching parking garage levels. Retail space along Glen Iris Drive contains a mezzanine level.

Signature Element

Street level live/work units also face the open courtyard which has a signature water element.­

Centennial Park West

Urban Condominium Development

In association with May and Pinska, SSOE provided design services for this urban condominium development at Centennial Olympic Park.

Mix Of Living Environments

Following the Phase I Embassy Suites Hotel, this Phase II component of the 5- acre mixed-use development is a nine-story, 97-unit complex, with a mix of one, two, and three bedrooms units and several larger roof top penthouses.

Street Level Retail & Office Space

The lower floors contain street level retail and professional office space, as well as underground parking for 175 cars. The lobby area has a secured entry and includes a drive-under porte cochere connecting lower level parking to the adjacent hotel, swimming pool, and fitness center.

123 Luckie Lofts

Residential Units With Retail Fronting

This six-story building includes 49 residential units over two levels of parking with accessory retail fronting Luckie Street, Cone Street and Spring Street.

Compatible Designs

The design incorporates compatible building materials (brick and masonry) found in the Fairlie-Poplar Historic District in-fill site.

Park-Like Environments

Rooftop garden terraces provide sustainable design principles for the occupants by allowing them access to sun porches for growing plants and flowers with access to a park-like environments unique to urban development.

Icehouse Lofts

Ice Production And Distribution Plant Rehab

Our firm designed a new 99-unit loft apartment complex on 2.8 acres of land in downtown Decatur. Included in the project is the rehabilitation of an existing 12,000 square foot Ice Production and Distribution Plant, built circa 1923. The two new buildings respond to the industrial nature of the neighborhood and the existing historic Ice House.

Mixed-Use Elements

The larger building contains two levels of parking below grade and a five-level apartment complex above the parking area. The rehabilitation of the existing Ice House incorporates a restaurant tenant at the street level. Both buildings include concrete frame construction with precast and brick exterior finishes.