23. Juicy & Hot Crabs & Wings

The Juicy & Hot Crabs & Wings restaurant will be opening soon at 5002 Kerle Street in Murray Hill. The 1,968 space was originally constructed in 1974 at the intersection of Cassat Avenue and Kerle Street.

Photo taken in January 2021.

24. Ortega Park

Ortega Park Master Plan

The redevelopment of Roosevelt Square continues. Originally opening as an open air shopping center in 1961 and converted into an enclosed mall in 1968, Roosevelt was retrofitted back into an open air plaza by Atlanta-based Dewberry Capital Corporation in 1997. Current plans call for revamping the shopping center into a 28.4 acre mixed use development called Ortega Park. As much as 100,536 square feet at the 311,220 square foot shopping center either has been or will be razed soon. 93,275 square feet of new retail and dining space will be added, along with an internal roadway and parking circulation system that will include two roundabouts.

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25. Extra Space Storage

Jacksonville-based Silverfield Group Inc. is developing a three-story, 97,000 square foot self storage building for Extra Space Storage at 1195 Edgewood Ave. S. The developer also intends to eventually construct a 4,845 square foot retail space in front of the storage building.

26. Five Points Streetscape

Construction on a long planned streetscape project for Five Points continues. Centered around the intersection of Park, Margaret and Lomax Streets, the project will widen sidewalks, convert Lomax into a one-way street and result in a more pedestrian friendly atmosphere for the popular district.

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27. The Courtyard on College

A partnership between JWB Real Estate Capital and Hart Resources LLC is in the process of developing an infill community named The Courtyard on College. The 1.1 acre project will be designed as a modern bungalow court style community with 19 single family houses.

28. The Lofts at Murray Hill

The Vestcor Companies is in the process of building a new mixed-use development at 840 Edgewood Avenue South. Plans call for the demolition of the former Bank of American property to allow for the construction of 117 multifamily units and 11,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.

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