Campus 244 Announces Several Updates, Expanding Footprint And Community Integration

The Georgetown Company and RocaPoint Partners  today announce an update on Campus 244, the 1.3 million-square-foot mixed-use development adjacent to the Dunwoody MARTA station in Atlanta’s Perimeter submarket. This year marks a pivotal moment for Campus 244 with the first phase of the office campus – the Palladium building – welcoming Insight Global, Beon, and their respective employees this spring. In addition, Element by Westin Atlanta Perimeter at Campus 244 topped out in February 2024 and is expected to open this fall. The hotel will be a key feature of the campus, accompanied by new dining experiences – The Spruce Social House, a new food-and-beverage concept, and Stäge Kitchen & Bar, a new-to-market restaurant – which will also open this fall as part of the hotel.

The property is already brimming with energy as CT Cantina & Taqueria’s build-out is underway, with an opening planned for this summer. Along with the unmatched leasing success and forward momentum of this first phase, the developers are today announcing Phase II – The Stacks building – designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, which will feature 300,000-square-feet of Class-AA office space, with unrivaled ceiling heights, abundant natural light from oversized windows and private outdoor space on each floor of the six-story building. The addition of this unique and highly visible office building will only further enhance the mixed-use, creative campus.

“Campus 244 is a testament to the demand still out there for high-quality, well-located office space that energizes employees,” said Phil Mays, Principal at RocaPoint. “We’ve taken the existing building with an interesting history and beautiful, natural-light-filled floorplates that allow for collaboration and created a home for innovative companies to continue to do what they do best. Now, we’re looking ahead to the next phase and what else we can bring to build on that energy.”

The Spruce Social House, a new boutique cocktail lounge, will offer signature cocktails, a selection of craft beers and several non-alcoholic options, alongside a shareable menu of small plates, flatbreads, charcuterie and cheeseboards. The new beverage-focused venue will feature a large four-sided indoor/outdoor bar, abutting expansive outdoor seating, perfectly aligning with the ethos of the overall campus. Located at the base of the Element Hotel, co-developed by Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. and Georgetown, The Spruce Social House will be a connection hub for employees, nearby residents, and guests. In addition to The Spruce Social House, Stäge Kitchen & Bar will open a second location. Stäge’s chef-driven menu includes seafood, steak, pasta, sushi, and handcrafted cocktails and changes seasonally to incorporate fresh and local ingredients. With a large outdoor patio, Stäge will open this fall.

“We’re not even talking about the office of the future; we’re talking about the office that employees want today, and that’s a walkable environment with plenty of options to work, dine, stay, and have fun around the campus,” said Jonathan Schmerin, Managing Principal of Georgetown. “With the creative office space, hotel, and accompanying dining options on-site, we’re bringing a new community gathering spot for the area to reenergize a previously overlooked pocket of the submarket. Campus 244 is set to become a catalyst for transformation, introducing a new way of experiencing this part of the city.”

The mixed-use destination sits in a prime location, offering unparalleled connectivity to the Dunwoody MARTA Station, I-285, GA-400, State Farm’s Perimeter campus, Perimeter Mall, and other surrounding office and retail amenities. The first phase features the adaptive reimagining of existing office space into a five-story, 405,000-square-foot Class-A building with a timber overbuild. RocaPoint and Georgetown have enlisted best-in-class experts to support office and retail leasing efforts. Cushman & Wakefield’s Aileen Almassy, Will Porter, and Rob Kuppersmith spearhead office leasing efforts and Steve Yenser with Yenser Co. manages retail leasing, all on behalf of the landlord.

About RocaPoint Partners

RocaPoint Partners is a privately held real estate investment and development firm based in Atlanta. The firm’s primary focus is mixed-use development. RocaPoint’s team maintains a methodical approach to identifying new potential endeavors and forming transaction structure. Currently, RocaPoint is developing the next phase of Halcyon in Metro Atlanta’s Forsyth County, Georgia, the PGA TOUR global headquarters campus in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, the Downtown Pompano Beach Master Plan in Pompano, Florida, and Greenville County Square in Greenville, South Carolina. Learn more about RocaPoint at RocaPoint.com and on LinkedIn.

About The Georgetown Company 

The Georgetown Company develops and invests in residential, commercial and mixed-use properties throughout the United States, with a focus on emerging neighborhoods in best-of-class locations. Led by President and CEO Adam Flatto and founded in 1978, Georgetown is a privately held diversified real estate development company that is recognized for attracting long-term partners and creating popular destinations after carefully selecting properties and diligently nurturing them through all stages of development and ongoing operations. Georgetown is headquartered in New York City and currently owns and is developing properties in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Columbus, OH, Boston and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit georgetownco.com.