SLS Atlanta Hotel & Residences Comes To Midtown Atlanta

SLS Atlanta Hotel & Residences is adding sparkle to Midtown Atlanta!  sbe, the Los Angeles-based leading lifestyle hospitality company that develops, manages and operates award-winning hospitality venues, announced plans to debut SLS Atlanta Hotel & Residences, strategically located in the epicenter of vibrant Midtown Atlanta. The mixed-use development will mark the first collaboration between sbe and Atlanta-based leading developer The Trillist Companies, Inc. Sam Nazarian, founder and CEO of sbe, and Scott L. Leventhal, co-founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Trillist, jointly made the announcement today.  The development will break ground in early 2017 with completion anticipated by early 2019.

SLS Atlanta will be the 14th property in the growing line-up of SLS Hotel & Residences, which will represent over 3,900 hotel rooms and 1,600 residences worldwide by 2019. The latest evolution of the award-winning SLS Hotels residential brand offers unrivaled hospitality service, sophisticated conceptual design and a best-in-class approach to a personalized lifestyle product. The first launch of this new concept will be SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences set to debut in June 2016 in Miami, followed by projects in The Bahamas, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Argentina and now Atlanta.

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The highly anticipated development, located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, will consist of 213 SLS hotel rooms and suites, 56 condominium residences, and a wide range of internationally renowned food & beverage venue options and meeting spaces. Condominium residences will range between 1,600 square feet and 4,000 square feet, and contain a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom units. In collaboration with Trillist, sbe subsidiary Dakota Development will hold a significant role in developing the design and concept of the property.

The property is ideally located in the center of the arts and cultural district of Atlanta, which includes the Woodruff Arts Center and High Museum of Art, the proposed new home of the Atlanta Symphony. The property is also one block from Midtown Mile, an approximately one mile stretch of Peachtree Street with over 1 million square feet built and to-be-built retail space, envisioned to be comparable to Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Within two blocks of the property is Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s version of New York City’s Central Park, offering 189 acres of recreational green space.