Artefact Designs Mixed-Use Project in ATL

The three-story Oak Center will be situated on Oak Street, between Atlanta and South Fulton avenues. The building will feature retail and office space, as well as outdoor dining.
Rendering of Oak Center
Rendering of Oak Center

Architecture firm Artefact Studio was awarded a contract to design Oak Center, a mixed-use project situated next to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The development will be made in collaboration with Tectonics Construction Co.

The building will have three stories and total 66,000 square feet including parking. An existing building will be refurbished and expanded to make room for Oak Center. The ground floor will comprise mostly retail, the second floor a mix of retail and office space, while the third floor will be entirely office space. Outdoor dining areas will be made available, along with plaza space.

Main street atmosphere

Oak Center will be situated on Oak Street, between Atlanta and South Fulton avenues, a few minutes away from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. There are several apartment communities nearby, while the North Central Avenue, about ten minutes away, provides multiple shopping and dining options for tenants of the Atlanta mixed-use project.

This development is a chance to create a Main Street-style atmosphere with shops and offices and revitalize the area on the northern edge of the airport. This is an exciting opportunity to transform the area north of the airport into a vibrant and lively neighborhood where people can work and play,” said Fabian Behague, managing principal at Artefact Studios, in a prepared statement.

Image courtesy of Artefact Studio