Inman Quarter Adds ARC Award to its Rolls
Recently honored with an “Exceptional Merit for Context-Sensitive Urban Infill” award from the Atlanta Regional Commission, and winner of a 2015 “Development of Excellence” Award from ULI Atlanta, Inman Quarter continues its rosy entrance onto the Atlanta streetscape. IQ was named one of the Top 10 Atlanta Projects Finishing-Starting-Progressing in 2014, by Curbed Atlanta, and was also a finalist in the 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “Mixed Use Project of the Year” competition.
IQ responsibly and artistically reflects its distinguished history, present needs and future urban tempo.
This high-density, mixed-use development is deftly inserted into a sensitive site in the historic Inman Park neighborhood. A result of extensive neighborhood and AUDC interface, the plan responds to the district’s present scale, architectural vocabulary and vision. A balance of mixed uses and green space activates and complements this already vibrant area, including top-tier restaurant and commercial offerings, apartments, significant open space and a hidden parking structure.
Rather than a gated complex, Inman Quarter invites the public into the interior to share greenspace, sit and reflect at the meditative water wall, or enjoy a moment’s respite from the bustling street beyond. This venue has become immensely popular with the public and has created a lively street scene.
An aesthetic urban environment where people can live, work and play, IQ’s customized approach substantially enhances this valued urban node.
Awarded• 2015 - Winner, "Exceptional Merit for Context-Sensitive Urban Infill" Award - Atlanta Regional Commission
• 2015 - Winner, "Development of Excellence" Award - ULI Atlanta
• 2014 - Named one of the Top 10 Atlanta Projects Finishing-Starting-Progressing in 2014 - Curbed Atlanta
• 2014 - Finalist, “Mixed Use Project of the Year” competition - Atlanta Business Chronicle
Photo Credits: Zach Rolen