Marietta elected officials joined the ribbon-cutting ceremony November 12 of Emerson Overlook, a seven-story mixed-use building located at 326 Roswell Street near the library and Marietta National Cemetery.
Emerson Overlook’s first three floors, about 45,000 square feet of class A office space, will be occupied by the local law firm Moore, Ingram, Johnson and Steele. The law firm will host a grand opening for their floors after the first of the year.
Emerson Overlook’s 32 one, two, and three-bedroom residential condos will occupy floors four through seven, range in size from 1,100-3,000 square feet and range in price from the mid $200s-$600s. Each condo has a balcony, and there is also a rooftop deck, which offers views of the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center, downtown Atlanta and the Big Chicken. A three-story parking deck accommodates over 220 cars, DeBoy said.
Emerson Overlook is three blocks from the Square and within walking distance to more than two dozen restaurants, the post office, Theatre in the Square, the Strand Theatre, Marietta Museum of History, Gone with the Wind Museum and Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art.
Developer Roger DeBoy named Emerson Overlook, Emerson Hill and Emerson Coffee Shop after his father. “Our father’s name was Emerson, so we named the project in his honor,” DeBoy said.
Marietta’s dedication to redevelopment in the city is a goal in the city’s vision statement.
For more information, call Marietta’s Economic Development Division at 770-794-5631.