IT'S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE
Welcome to 8West — a 9-story, 200,000 SF mixed-use project at 8th Street and Howell Mill Road that seamlessly blends industrial character with Class-A modern office design. This inspired project, directly connected to the Georgia Tech Campus, reflects the artistic character of the West Midtown neighborhood and provides the kind of flexible, creative work space that tomorrow’s pioneering workforce demands.
CREATIVE WORKFORCE AMENITIES
Dozens of Westside eateries and shops within a one-mile radius, including 25,000 SF of on-site retail.
Tenants will enjoy limitless views of Midtown and West Midtown from the roof decks, terraces and large industrial-style windows.
8West features 13' 6" ceilings and large, gridded industrial-style windows, providing great views and lots of natural light.
8West is made to move, with a state-of-the-art fitness center and a dedicated bike barn for commuters and guests.
8West's expansive Class-A, 22,500 SF floor plates offer customizable space for growing companies.
8West’s two-story lobby is built for collaboration and creativity, with breakout conference space and unique terraced seating.
889 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30318
It’s no coincidence that today’s boldest neighborhoods in America’s most defining cities are located on the west sides of town. From New York City’s Meatpacking District to Chicago’s West Loop and Atlanta’s Upper Westside, artists, creators, chefs, entrepreneurs, students and professionals are reinventing economies and discovering innovative ways to celebrate the industrial characters of westside neighborhoods where railroad and manufacturing interests once thrived.
Conveniently positioned at the junction of Howell Mill and Marietta Street, 8West is Upper Westside Atlanta’s most connected mixed-use site. 8West offers limitless access to Howell Mill Road’s thriving restaurant, retail and entertainment corridor to and from all directions.
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