The experiential retail component comprises 570,000 square feet, including the following committed tenants:
Whole Foods, Regal Cinemas, Orvis, Anthropologie, Paper Source, Athleta, Banana Republic, Everything But Water, Lululemon, Ted’s Montana Grill, Fly Wheel, Free People, Dry Bar, Kona Grill, Luxury Nails, Pinkberry, Fab’rik, Janie & Jack, Van Michael Aveda Salon, Arhaus, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, PNC Bank, Bocado Burger Bar, Ford Fry, Destination Maternity, C Wonder, Marlow’s Tavern, Gymboree, Gap, Sage, L’Occitane, Bantam & Biddy, Cru Food & Wine, Tommy Bahama, Kinnucan’s, Antico Pizza Napolitano, Exhale Spa, Vineyard Vines, West Elm, Oak Steakhouse, Kendra Scott, Fuzziwigs Candy Factory, Marmi, American Threads, The Cosmetic Market. Francesca’s, Crate & Barrel, Caffe Gio, J. Crew, Calypso, Bantu Noodles and LensCrafters.
More than 800 residents will call Avalon home. Approximately half will live in 250 luxury rental units located in 4 stories above retail with average rents of $1,400. The remainder will own a home in Avalon’s enclave of 101 single-family, “courtyard style” residences.
750,000 square feet of Class A office will be housed in two buildings and an additional 85,000 square feet of loft office will be constructed over retail.
A 300-room, four-star, full-service hotel as well as a 175-room boutique hotel located over retail will serve business executives and leisure travelers. These hotels will feature flexible function space in which to host business meetings and social events.
Guests and office workers will enjoy a mix of surface, structured and on-street parking. Apartment residents will have dedicated, gated, resident-only parking areas.
Opposite the Avalon site, at the southeast quadrant of GA 400 and Old Milton Parkway, Gwinnett Technical College will construct a new $25 million satellite campus serving 10,000 students.
Upon completion, Avalon is projected to generate approximately $21 million annually in sales tax revenue, $4.5 million annually in new property taxes, $1.1 million annually in hotel taxes and 4,000+ of new permanent retail sector, white-collar and hotel service jobs.
Local Development Team
|North American Properties||Master Developer/Owner|
|North American Properties||Retail & Multifamily Developer|
|Monte Hewett Homes||Single-Family Home Builder|
|Stormont Hospitality Group||Hotel Developer|
|Wakefield Beasley||Principal Architect|
|Site Solutions||Landscape Architect|
|Dwell Design Studio||Multifamily Architect|
|Lew Oliver||Single Family Town Planner|
|Huie Design||Signage Design||Hoar Construction||General Contractor|