In an effort to redefine the growing neighborhood of West Midtown Atlanta, award-winning international firm Oppenheim Architecture is leading the way with its design of the Star Metals District, developed by Allen Morris Company.
The district, which is made up of an office and two residential buildings, adapts to the ever-evolving urban lifestyle with the goal to bring new life and energy to one of Atlanta’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods.
Designed to meet the growing demand for hybrid work environments, the expansive 15-story, 4.75-acre space houses over 800 workstations, 196 private offices, luscious open-air terraces and charming amenities. The project sits on the previous site of a rail yard and warehouses by the same name, and the architecture of Star Metals pays homage to its history by incorporating similar industrial materials and details from the site’s previous occupants.
Hybrid workers can end their days by enjoying the rooftop bar and lounge created by restauranteurs John Chen and Chef Jason Liang, where beverages are inspired by their signature dishes, or check out the high-tech darts concept and even stop by the in-house nursery. The ground floor of Star Metals Offices also invites locals inside to dine at a handful of restaurants from salad bars to sushi counters, ramen and more.
The Star Metals District currently includes Star Metals Offices, Star Metals Residences and Stella at Star Metals as its luxury collection of residences.