Capstone Building breaks ground on McAuley Station

The $34.5 million mixed-income residential project will include 170 apartments

A rendering of McAuley Station in Atlanta, being built by Capstone Building Corp. Rendering created by Smith Dalia Architects LLC.

Capstone Building Corp. has broken ground on a $35.4 million mixed-income residential project, McAuley Station, for Pennrose LLC, in partnership with Saint Joseph’s Health System Inc. Saint Joseph’s includes Mercy Care, an organization that brings healthcare to the most vulnerable including the homeless.

This first phase is part of a comprehensive McAuley Park master-planned community in the Sweet Auburn district of Atlanta, Georgia.

McAuley Station will cover 163,905 square feet and include 170 apartments in studio, one- and two-bedroom units. The development will be adjacent to Mercy Care’s facility. In addition to the apartments, phase one of the development will include a five-story parking deck, bocce ball court, activity and computer center, wellness & fitness center and clubhouse/community room.

“These mixed-income apartments will create access to healthcare for some of Atlanta’s most vulnerable families and seniors,” said Jay Chapman, president and CEO of Capstone Building Corp.

Pennrose LLC is serving as the developer and Smith Dalia Architects LLC is the architect.

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Capstone Building Corp. is headquartered in Birmingham. Since 1997, the company has completed 119 projects in 22 states. It performs design development, pre-construction, construction and post-construction services.  

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