Feb 29, 2024 - Development

Beltline luxury hotel and social club to open in June

Side by side renderings of a 16-floor tower with a diagonal-grid exterior and a lobby with a large fireplace, seating area and wooden beams

Renderings: Courtesy of Method Co.

One of Atlanta's most forward-thinking developers is opening a luxury boutique hotel and social club along the Beltline's Eastside Trail this summer.

Why it matters: Wonder where your out-of-town guests could stay along the Beltline that's not an Airbnb? Here's a very cool option — if you can manage to snag a room.

Zoom in: The 16-floor tower known as FORTH Atlanta is wrapped in a diagrid (new word alert) and will include a 196-room hotel and 39 apartment-style rooms for extended stays.

  • Developed by New City Properties, the tower is part of an 11-acre development that includes Mailchimp's new office.
  • Amenities include an Italian steakhouse, pool-adjacent, "Mediterranean-inspired" restaurant, lobby cafe and bar, and rooftop cocktail lounge.
  • In addition, you'll find a 350-person events space, two-story fitness center, and spa.

Plus: A wood-burning fireplace in the lobby (one of several throughout the building) so big you could park a small car inside it.

What's next: New City says it will announce more on the social club membership and pricing in the coming months.

A rendering of an events space with white-linen dining tables and chandeliers
The events space. Rendering: Courtesy of Method Co.
A rendering of a lobby bar with dark lighting
One of FORTH's four food-and-beverage concepts. Rendering: Courtesy of Method Co.
A rendering of a lobby with large fireplace and wooden beams as light pour in from an entrance
The lobby. Rendering: Courtesy of Method Co.
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