The City of College Park’s Business and Industrial Development Authority has chosen Stream Realty Partners to provide exclusive real estate brokerage services for the sale of Six West, composed of 311 acres close to the world’s busiest airport.
Stream, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, was tapped to market the master-planned development sitting directly west of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and downtown College Park. The property, which College Park assembled and completed entitlements for, is bound by Herschel Road to the west, Camp Creek Parkway to the south, College Park Historic District to the east, and Redwine Avenue to the north.
Stream Atlanta Managing Director Bryan Heller, Senior Vice President Christopher Dean, Senior Vice President of Construction Virginia Crabtree, and Senior Associate Malik Leaphart will serve as brokers. Stream, which has operated a core office in Atlanta since 2009, will be authorized to promote and market the interests of the city, seek an acceptable price for the property, and counsel city officials on market comparisons for similar properties. The property may be purchased in total, as neighborhood districts, or as separate parcels.
“We know Stream Realty Partners delivers vibrant, mixed-use projects in urban areas,” said College Park Mayor Bianca Motley Broom. “The iconic developments they’ve created across Metro Atlanta reflect the vision we have for our community. We are thrilled they have partnered with us to help activate Six West and build on the exciting growth underway all around the airport.”
Six West has been divided into five distinct districts that include multiple hotels, local and national restaurants, luxury and casual retail stores, new and improved amenities at the Historic College Park Golf Course, a host of entertainment options, a Cultural Center, and plenty of green space. Class A office space for international headquarters, medical offices, local university satellite campuses, research centers, and technology incubators also is expected.
“We are excited to partner with Stream to advance the vision for Six West,” said Selissa Jefferson, Chair of College Park’s Business and Industrial Development Authority. “Six West is poised to positively transform College Park and the south metro region to benefit residents, employees, and visitors alike. Stream has the track record, the experience, and the expert team in place to deliver for our community.”
According to the city’s district plan for Six West, the project “aims to encourage strategic and sustainable community-centered development to create a publicly accessible, live, work, and play community and global destination.”
“We are thrilled to have been chosen as the exclusive real estate broker for Six West by the City of College Park,” Dean said. “We look forward to working closely with the City to secure a partner to create a vibrant, sustainable community and a global destination.”
College Park is home to the Georgia International Convention Center and new Gateway Center, a multipurpose sports and entertainment arena venue, home to the WNBA Atlanta Dream and the Hawks NBA G League team (College Park Skyhawks). Nearly 14,000 residents live in the city’s 11 square miles, but employers tap into the Atlanta metropolitan’s more than 3 million labor force. Two MARTA stations (College Park and Airport), the world’s busiest airport, and highways including Interstate 85 and U.S. Route 29 provide access to Atlanta and surrounding suburbs.
For information about land at Six West, contact Stream Atlanta at 404.962.8600.