A 31-story tower expected to sprout downtown is poised to deliver more than 400 apartments marketed to Atlanta’s educators and senior citizens.

Developed by developer RBH Group and designed by S9 Architecture, the high-rise is slated to feature 229 rentals that could one day be packed with educators and other intown school employees, as well as 216 units of senior housing, “25,752 square feet of retail, 3,000 square feet of amenity space including classrooms, laundry, gym and lounge spaces and a 3,000-square-foot private rooftop area for residents,” according to a City of Atlanta press release.

Forty percent of the teacher-centric residential part of the project is projected to be priced for tenants earning no more than 60 percent of the area median income (AMI), 20 percent of the units will be priced for folks earning 80 percent of the AMI or less and the remainder will have market-rate rent prices.

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