Archives for July 2015

Broadstone Sandy Springs on Roswell Road

Broadstone Sandy Springs on Roswell Road

This is our third project with Alliance Residential and we couldn’t be happier they decided to purchase the property and redevelop it.

We tracked Broadstone Sandy Springs, Alliance’s name for the future apartments, starting in October of 2013 when it was owned by Cortland Partners to July 2015 when we signed the contract to perform the abatement and demolition for Alliance.

Ironically, last July we were contracted by Cortland Partners to demolish half of fire damaged Building # 7. The structures were set to be completely demolished last fall, but Cortland received offers on the property, and ultimately Alliance bought it. Fortunately, Alliance has been a great customer of ours so we were able to roll right into their budget from our proposal to Cortland (who is also a regular customer). We recently completed Broadstone Terraces for Alliance which is at the corner of Juniper St and 6th in Atlanta.

Broadstone Sandy Springs will eventually be a 230 unit apartment complex and will feature a direct pedestrian connection to the Abernathy Greenway and 40 “tuck under” parking spaces.


Here are some other articles about this project:

How Salvaged Doors Could Save Lives

Alpharetta GA Fire Station. Captain Mark Allen (far right) and Mitchell Poole

Station 3, Alpharetta Fire Dept.

Atlas Demolition is happy to recycle salvaged materials from demolitions whenever possible. We were pleased to have the opportunity to do a good deed recently.

We were able to donate salvaged doors from a recent demolition for Metro Site Solutions, D&G Development, and Benning Construction.

In preparation for construction of The Atwater, a 26,000 sq ft retail development across the street from Avalon, we are demolishing a 1,500 sq ft single family home and a 12,000 sq ft commercial building and all the asphalt, curb and gutter.

We were approached by Station 3 of the Alpharetta Fire Dept, Captain Mark Allen and Mitchell Poole, on site. They were interested in the steel doors on the commercial building.

They will use the doors at the firehouse to practice breaking through them or “breaching” as they call it. This will allow firefighters to practice breaking into different structures so they can remove people from burning structures.

We had our Atlas Demolition laborers detach the doors, load them into my truck and I hand delivered them to the fire department Monday afternoon.

I am happy the salvaged doors will go to a good cause.