The Beacon Atlanta will become the next significant lifestyle destination along the Atlanta Beltline, nestled into a stretch on the highly anticipated Southside Trail. The district will be not only a respite for active Beltliners, but also a part of daily life for its Grant Park neighbors and a draw for all Atlantans seeking a unique cultural experience. The Beacon Atlanta will be a model for inspired urban living.

The Beacon Atlanta represents a $20 million revitalization of six old industrial warehouses into the cornerstones of a walkable, 9-acre district within blocks of Zoo Atlanta. Comprising 110,000 square feet, The Beacon Atlanta will offer a unique mix of day and evening activities in what is referred to as “a layered neighborhood experience.” 

Most tenants are local businesses with successful locations elsewhere in the city and beyond. Those from out of town view The Beacon Atlanta as a unique opportunity to expand into the Atlanta market.

Shell Construction is now complete with a planned Grand Opening in Summer 2018.

Be a part of The Beacon Atlanta! 

Leasing opportunities exist for office, specialty retail, and artists. For information call (404)921-7203 or email or visit




464 Boulevard was in rough shape when Pellerin acquired it in 2014. Originally built as a home around the turn of the century and then converted into office space in the 1950s, it saw neglect, poor upkeep, and finally abandonment over the last two decades.

The undeniable trend of adaptive reuse in the in-town Atlanta market coupled with the historic charm of Grant Park, 464 Boulevard was restored to it’s previous glory.

The front building is 2,200 square feet and is occupied by Razz Dazz Girls, a salon and party center by the same folks who run Leapin’ Lizards in Decatur.





Despite driving past the building for years, Philippe had overlooked it – too expensive he thought…. Until the owners of Lark and Sparrow, Jody Hill and Linda Sharp, approached Philippe about making this Lark and Sparrow’s first location.

The building was home to 3 large trees growing out of the back, which were the result of over 15 years of vacancy. Originally built in 1926, the brick walls were failing, the glass storefront was falling apart, and the interior was gutted. With the encouragement and energy that Lark and Sparrow demonstrated for the project, a vision was born. Plans and permitting commenced, variances and historic reviews did too, and then in May of 2014, Pellerin Real Estate acquired 760 Confederate. It took months, but Technaserv Corporation skillfully completed the delicate demolition before restoring and rebuilding.

Lark and Sparrow opened in March 2015. In addition, Balanced Fit Life opened in July 2015 where they host an array fitness classes and other ways to promote a healthy and active lifestyle. Gabler Younston opened in the 3rd and final space in the Winter of 2015. 





This former paper processing facility sits at the intersection of four neighborhoods in Southwest Atlanta: Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Pittsburgh, and Adair Park. It sat vacant after the owning company moved to another location. The property, located next to the 31 acre Annie E Casey Redevelopment Site, has 700 feet of frontage on the Beltline, which runs along the south edge of the property.

There are two existing structures on the property. A 3,150 square foot masonry office space, formerly used as the management office, has been leased to a local recording studio, FadersATL. Due to the construction method – solid concrete – the acoustics are ideal for this purpose.

A 16,000 square foot warehouse is occupied by Two Artists, a Metal and Glass firm and a Personal Training and Basketball coaching facility. The Site features amazing egress directly onto the undeveloped Beltline with 7 roll up doors and 14′ clear span ceilings in an 80′ by 200′ footprint.





1188 McLendon was originally constructed  as a United States Post Office in 1925 in the heart of Little Five Points. In the 1970’s, the structure became H&G Furniture Restoration and remained that way until the 2000’s. Pellerin under a joint venture with Clark Properties purchased the property in April 2016, renovated the structure to create two tenants spaces and has signed a Hair Salon which is now open and called Commoner Salon; and has signed Xhale City to open a Vape and Apparel Store slated to open in early 2017. The project retains the buildings historic characteristics while allowing for a fresh and relevant overall design. The building features sky lights, exposed roof rafters creating a cathedral aesthetic with sky lights and high ceilings. Exposed Brick, Sealed Concrete floors and a combination of wood and aluminum storefronts complete the design.





Developed in 2005, Pellerin Real Estate purchased Ormewood Square in August 2016. At the time the site was 92% occupied by long standing tenants that have been successful serving the Ormewood Park and Southeast Atlanta Community.

Since acquisition, Pellerin announced the opening of The Neighborhood Ballet and has 1 vacancy remaining.

The buildings received much needed maintenance immediately following acquisition and operations to provide better security, services and public feel were implemented.

For questions about the property please hit the contact us link.





332 Ormond was first toured in 2006 by Philippe Pellerin, 5 years before founding Pellerin Real Estate. While the project was not then viable, Philippe was enamored with Grant Park and became a resident in 2007. It was not until 2015 that the property at 332 Ormond was acquired, under a joint venture with Eden Roc to complete the restoration of this beautiful turn of the century building.

Similar to the project on Confederate in 2014, this quaint neighborhood commercial building once served the residents in Grant Park but became vacant and deteriorated for decades.

With the resurgence of Grant Park, a neighborhood in the southeast part of metro Atlanta, Pellerin saw an opportunity to restore this building and bring some local, community-serving businesses to the area.

Construction on the shell was completed in early 2016 with the final tenant construction expected late fall 2016. The four retail suites are fully leased and now features:

Laura Goddard Style, a hair salon

Highland Yoga, focusing on vinyasa

Art-Haus Grant Park, provide an environment for children and adults to explore and enhance their creativity.

Mediterranea, a gluten-free restaurant and bakery opening in late 2016.