Inland Tract presents a dynamic opportunity for innovative businesses to utilize more than 70,000 square feet of available creative flex space. Two reclaimed warehouse facilities present a mix of offerings in upscale office, warehouse, and studio designs.
Original mid-century industrial features have been preserved to maintain a connection to the buildings’ rugged past, while modern updates are positioning Inland Tract to appeal to Atlanta’s most progressive businesses. Located in the increasingly popular Upper Westside neighborhood of Atlanta, Inland Tract is surrounded by an ever-growing roster of premium amenities, including TopGolf, the rising Atlanta brewery district, the Goat Farm, King Plow Arts Center, Westside Provisions and the new Star Provisions district.
Located on Menlo Drive at Huff Road, Inland Tract is surrounded by premium amenities and offers easy access to Buckhead, Midtown and Downtown.
Inland Tract features unlimited possibilities to utilize adaptable flex space and redefine today’s creative work environment.
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Inland Tract is the latest project from the team that developed the nearby COMPLEX West Midtown, and enjoys the same footprint as some of the city’s most visionary next steps: the Bellwood Quarry Park is around the corner and destined to become Atlanta’s largest park and designed greenspace; it is down the street from the proposed Waterworks Park in a reclaimed area of Atlanta Water Works; and it is a stone’s throw from the future Atlanta Westside BeltLine trail.
Third & Urban is a real estate development firm with an eye toward creating high quality-of-life urban experiences in the Southeastern United States. The firm seeks development opportunities in markets that exhibit a high quality of life, a strong workforce and consistent job growth.
We believe in the future of cities, and anticipate urban density will proliferate in the Southeastern U.S. over the next 20 years, much the way suburban sprawl did so in the 1990’s and 2000’s. New real estate projects must respond accordingly to the changing way in which city dwellers are consuming office, retail and residential space.