Osprey, Atlanta

Osprey

The 325,000-square-foot, Class A development features a 13-story tower, two five-story wood frame buildings and a seven-story, 540-car parking garage. 

The 325,000-square-foot, Class A development features a 13-story tower, two five-story wood frame buildings and a seven-story, 540-car parking garage. 

Location
Atlanta, GA
Year Completed
2020
Sector
Buildings
Market Type
Multifamily Housing, Retail/Mixed Use

Located in West Midtown Atlanta, the Osprey is a 325,000-square-foot, mixed-use, Class A multifamily development. The Osprey was not only the first project to leverage Prescient’s modular construction technology and off-site manufacturing platform across Balfour Beatty’s US operations, it was also the first project to go vertical with the Prescient system in Atlanta. 

The development features a 13-story Prescient tower, two five-story wood frame buildings and a seven-story, 540-car parking garage. With a total of 319 residential units, the top two floors feature luxury penthouse units with private outdoor living areas. The Osprey includes 30,000 square feet of interior service and retail space, in addition to amenities including an exterior pool, fitness-on-demand studio, a sky lounge with a community bar, co-working space and a dog park.

Balfour Beatty evaluated multiple options to help project owner, Toll Brothers Apartment Living, meet project pro forma objectives. Ultimately, the team chose Prescient as the best structural solution to achieve its goals versus a typical post-tensioned concrete frame or other load-bearing structural frame options. In addition to the project’s wall panels with structural columns, Prescient will also install precast balconies, stairs and infill-framing.   

Balfour Beatty is honored to be Toll Brothers Apartment Livings’ construction partner in delivering this innovative project leveraging Prescient technology and lean construction techniques to meet the owner's project density and scheduling goals. By prefabricating the tower structure off-site, Balfour Beatty was able to more effectively optimize the front-end design and preconstruction phases, which in turn increased the speed of construction. 

In addition to Prescient, Balfour Beatty’s design partners on the Osprey also include Brock Hudgins Architects, S.A. Miro, M2 Structural and Proficient Engineering.