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1016 Monroe Drive

Find all the information here that you need to fully participate in the development of 1016 Monroe Drive

The contents of this webpage are being provided by the developer for the project known as "1016 Monroe" and do NOT reflect the views, opinions, or work product of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., Invest Atlanta, City of Atlanta, or any affiliates of any of these entities. Fuqua Development and its agents are solely responsible for the contents of this webpage.

All community, working group, and technical advisory committee meetings held by Fuqua Development as part of the 1016 Monroe Drive development will be posted on this webpage.

Currently in the early, conceptual phases, a new proposed project at 1016 Monroe Drive could bring affordable housing, commercial activity, jobs, and density in support of future transit connectivity along the Atlanta BeltLine. New amenities for the surrounding neighborhoods potentially include a grocery store, restaurants, a hotel, multifamily homes, and possibly a small number of townhomes. Invest Atlanta currently owns ~1.4 acres of the overall 4-acre site. The sale of the property is contingent upon several factors, including affordable housing and significant community engagement.

This webpage will serve as one tool for Fuqua Development to communicate with neighbors and interested parties. You will find the public meeting schedule, meeting summary notes, and relevant project documents.

Public Meeting Schedule

Fuqua Development will provide opportunities for robust community engagement and meaningful community input before submitting an application for rezoning for 1016 Monroe Drive. This is a means for the community to identify issues and express neighborhood concerns around development plans.

Below is the upcoming meeting schedule:

Working Group Meetings:

When: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Where: 1024 Monroe Drive, Atlanta, 30306
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Future meetings (all meetings will take place at 12 p.m. at 1024 Monroe Drive): Wednesday, May 16; Thursday, June 21; Friday, June 29

Community-Wide Meetings:

*The May 17 meeting has been canceled*

Future meetings (all meetings will take place at 6 p.m. at 929 Charles Allen Drive): June meeting TBD 

Technical Advisory Group Meetings:

When: Thursday, May 10, 2018
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Where: Atlanta City Hall, 55 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, 30303 (room TBD)
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Future dates (all meetings will take place at 1:30 p.m. in City Hall): Tuesday, June 5; Thursday, June 21

Fuqua will hold a minimum of three community-wide meetings: one at the beginning of the process, one at the mid-point, and one at the end. All meetings will be posted on this webpage a minimum of two business days in advance. Summary notes of all meetings will be posted on this webpage within five calendar days of each meeting.

Additional meetings will be held with the below groups:

  • The working group consists of community members who will report back to their respective neighborhood associations and NPUs. They will meet with the development team, ABI staff, and the City’s Office of Zoning and Development to outline issues and concerns. They will establish a regular meeting time and location.
  • The technical advisory group consists of technical staff from the City of Atlanta and ABI that will address planning, zoning, transportation, and infrastructure issues and ABI requirements for the corridor. This groups includes representatives from Renew Atlanta, the City’s Departments of Public Works and Watershed Management.

Following each meeting, Fuqua Development is committed to addressing the comments received and demonstrating visually on the plans what or how the comments influenced / changed the plan. If nothing changed, details will be provided as to why not.

Meeting Summary Notes