The Redevelopment of NorthPoint Mall will result in a transformational redevelopment with the inclusion of new Townhomes and hotels. Trademark Property Co., a commercial real estate firm based in Texas is in charge of the plans to remodel the NorthPoint Mall that occupies approximately 44 acres of land in Alpharetta.
New York City-based Brookfield properties were the initial owners of the NorthPoint Mall redevelopment project, but it was later transferred to Trademark Property Co. in the early part of this year. Trademark Property Co. will now be in charge of the management, leasing, and assessment of the 1.3 million square feet mall redevelopment.
The Redevelopment of NorthPoint Mall will be a transformational design from a residential artifact into a present-day lively community, which will subsequently stimulate development around the area. The plans for both the residential and commercial redevelopment have been filed by Trademark Property Co. with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs as required for large-scale projects.
The residential plans for the NorthPoint Mall redevelopment will include 650 multifamily housing units, roughly 36 townhomes, and a luxury hotel with a capacity of 150 rooms. The commercial plan will be made up of 330,000 square feet of office space building at a height of four to six stories, 211,300 square feet of retail space, and 86,150 square feet of restaurant space. There will also be a medical office occupying about 30,000 square feet of land.
Green landscaping, walkable paths, and loop trail connections could be included as part of the revamping design of the open-air mixed-use mall. The developers have proposed that the completion period for the entire NorthPoint Mall Redevelopment project would be around 2030.
The Assistant City Administrator of Alpharetta James Drinkard, in a statement, described the mall redevelopment as a Trademark project; he also said that it would create the type of environment they envision and wish to be in.
Kathi Cook, the Alpharetta Economic Development Director also spoke highly of the project and pointed out that the NorthPoint Mall redevelopment will make the area an eco-district, with sustainable plants, native grasses, and some extensive building designs.