Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Fresh to Order to Get a "Fresh" Space in Sandy Springs

Fresh to Order to relocate in Sandy Springs.

Atlanta-based Fresh to Order (F2o) plans to close their existing location on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs December 12th.  Currently located in Hilderbrand Court, F2o had to find a new home as the center is being redeveloped.  


The Brickery, also located in the same center, previously announced they will close in late December. Unlike F2o, The Brickery, a Sandy Springs mainstay for 24 years, has no plans to reopen elsewhere. 

Fresh to Order plans to reopen in March at One City Walk, the new mixed use development at the corner of Hammond Drive and Roswell Road.  One City Place will include about 200 "luxury" midrise apartments as well as 8,000 square feet of street level retail and restaurant space.  

Previous announcements indicated that the project would begin welcoming residents August 2015, but the building is still under construction.  To clarify the project's timeline, I contacted Crim & Associates, who is handling the retail leasing on behalf of developers, but after leaving multiple messages and nearly a week gone by, got no response.   

What else would you like to see open in One City Walk?  Do you think the area needs more apartments?  What would you like to see happen at Hilderbrand Court?

Please share your thoughts below. 

3 comments:

Greenwave said...

One City Walk is scheduled to open in Spring 2016. Yes they are way behind considering the project was announced in 2014. Dont expect amazing retail or restaurants there.

Anonymous said...

I hate it when brokers are slack and don't even return a phone call.

Anonymous said...

There's absolutely no way One City Walk will be finished by March.