100 Prince is a mixed-use development project in downtown Athens, Georgia. The proposed design is pedestrian friendly and will be the west-end gateway to downtown Athens. The new urban village will connect downtown to Prince Avenue. The design includes residential space, retail space, pedestrian plazas, and parking. The project includes 126 apartments and approximately 30,200 square feet of commercial/retail space fronting Prince Avenue.  The new building is anchored by an urban-scale grocery store. 

The 1913 chapel at the corner of Prince and Pulaski will be preserved and converted into a one-of-a-kind restaurant with timeless architecture and atmosphere. The urban townhomes and apartments feature 1 & 2 bedroom flats with rooftop patios. The architectural style of these buildings was inspired by the the adjacent neighborhoods of Pulaski, Childs Street, and the Bottleworks.

SPG provided civil engineering, land planning, landscape architecture, and community engagement services on the project. The project team includes architecture firm McMillan Pazda Smith and general contractors Trehel Corp. The developer of 100 Prince is Homes Urban.

100 Prince Community Engagement

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Scale Model by Macmillan Pazdan Smith Architects