Thursday, December 20, 2012
Retail and restaurant spaces in the new mixed-use development are starting to fill up.
The Emory Point development has seen a flurry of new business openings in recent weeks, with about a dozen shops and restaurants now operating and several more close to opening their doors. On Friday, Which Wich Superior Sandwiches will open for business, according to the Facebook page for the mixed use development on Clifton Road, just across from the entrance to the Centers for Disease Control. On Thursday, employees were busy training for opening day. Other recent openings include Strippaggio, which opened Friday, and Marlow’s Tavern, which opened earlier this week and had a line of people waiting to be seated for lunch on Thursday, despite the pouring rain. Celia Turner, the founder of Strippaggio, a shop specializing in artisanal …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
The group was selected to mark the restaurant's opening at Emory Point.
To celebrate its opening with the local community, Bonefish Grill selected Friends of Music at Emory as a charity beneficiary and donated $5,000 to the organization. Friends of Music board members, donors and Emory neighbors were invited to a special Grand Opening event on Dec. 8 to enjoy a sampling of the new restaurant's fresh seafood, refreshing cocktails, and spectacular ambiance. The evening raised an additional $3,800 for Friends of Music at Emory through a silent auction and the generosity of donors in attendance. Bonefish is located at 1540 Avenue Place, suite B-240 in the new Emory Point development. Several other eateries _ La Tagliatella, Marlows Tavern and Which Wich _ are also scheduled to open this month at the mixed-use …
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The women's clothing store is the latest to open at the mixed-use development.
The LOFT, a women's clothing chain, is opening its Emory Point location on Friday, according to the development's Facebook page. The store will have a celebration from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, including a chance to win a $250 shopping spree and personal styling session. Emory Point is a mixed-use project across from the Centers for Disease Control and just down the street from Emory University. Women's clothing boutique fab'rik and men's clothier JoS A. Banks have already opened. Several restaurants in the development have been hiring as they prepare to open in coming weeks, including Bonefish Grill, La Tagliatella and Marlow's Tavern. Atlanta-based Cousins Properties is partnering with Atlanta-based Gables Residential on the project.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Here are the latest job postings in and around the neighborhood:
The Marlow's Tavern location preparing to open at Emory Pointe is hiring a Sous Chef as well as Front of House and Back of House staff. Zoës Kitchen is preparing to open a new Emory Village location and is hiring Front of House Shift Leaders. Murphy's, in the heard of Virginia-Highland, seeks an Experienced Host. Atkins Park is hiring a Front Of House Service Manager. UPS needs a Store Sales Clerk at its Toco Hills Plaza location. A business in the Cheshire Bridge area needs an Administrative Assistant for about 30 hour/week. The Colonnade Restaurant is hiring servers. The Hope Clinic at Emory University seeks volunteers for a project designed to end HIV. Volunteers will be financially compensated. See also: Job seekers, take care. …
Monday, October 29, 2012
The chains are preparing to open at the new work-live-play development.
The Bonefish Grill needs employees to open Nov. 19 at Emory Point. The restaurant wants to hire about 100 people for jobs such as host and kitchen staff. The restaurant will have in-person interviews with candidates who apply online. To apply, visit the restaurant's website or the website of its parent company and complete the online application. The Italian "upscale, casual chain" La Tagliatella is also hiring in anticipation of its opening at Emory Point. For details on positions and to apply, go to their website. Women's clothing retailer Ann Taylor Loft is also hiring for sales associates and store management for the chain's new location at Emory Point. Emory Point is a mixed-use project across from the Centers for Disease Control …
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Residents have started moving in, and restaurant openings won't be far behind for the first phase of Emory Point.
Construction crews are busy preparing the store and restaurant spaces at Emory Point for a flurry of openings in coming weeks. Residents are moving in and the women's clothing boutique fab'rik is preparing to open its Emory Point location on Friday, marking the second store to open in the development. For more updates on the Emory Point development, check out our special report.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Another retailer opens at the mixed-use development in the Clifton Corridor.
The women's clothing boutique fab'rik is preparing to open its Emory Point location this week. The store's Facebook page says the new location will open Thursday.[Note: The store's opening has been moved to Friday, Oct. 19.] Founded in Midtown Atlanta, the retailer prices most items under $100 and each location carries limited numbers of each piece to reduce the odds that fashionistas will bump into others wearing the same outfit. Fab'rik now has locations in six states. The opening will the second at Emory Point, which recently announced the signing of leases by Burgerfi, Bonefish Grill, Paradise Biryani Pointe, LOFT and Francesca’s Collections. Men's clothier JoS A. Banks opened in the shopping center earlier this month. Emory Point is…
Friday, May 18, 2012
Three women’s boutiques also among latest round of confirmed retailers for new development
West Egg owners are taking on a new adventure. The team behind the popular Westside eatery will open The General Muir, a Jewish-style deli, at Emory Point on Clifton Road. The Jewish deli will serve traditional deli classics, from pastrami and corned beef to chopped liver, smoked fish, and hand-rolled kettle-boiled bagels. The menu will also include innovative takes on traditional deli and Jewish dishes. The restaurant will have a bar, coffee shop and pastry counter. It will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Emory Point is a mixed-use project under construction that will bring retail space and apartments to the vacant lot across from the Centers for Disease Control and just down the street from Emory University. …
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Floorplans available online
The newest luxury apartment complex near Centers for Disease Control and Emory University is almost complete. Gables at Emory Point started pre-leasing studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments this week. Apartments range from $1,180 to $2,985 per month. Emory Point, a mixed-use development across the street from the Centers for Disease Control, will feature 80,000 square feet of retail space and 443 luxury apartments along with an eight-story, 950 car parking deck. The apartments will be available for August 2012 move in, according to the Gables website. CVS and popular restaurants West Egg and Tin Lizzy’s are among the many retailers committed to open in the development. The current construction is the first of three phases planned …
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Property developer announces latest retail commitments
Emory Point developers Cousins Properties announced on Friday the latest retailers set to open at the mixed-use development. Jasmin Spa, popular taqueria Tin Lizzy’s Cantina and Alpharetta-based Fresh To Order will open at Emory Point. In addition to these Atlanta staples, La Tagliatella, an authentic Italian restaurant based in Madrid, Spain, will open its first U.S. location at Emory Point. "We're thrilled with the mix of retailers and restaurants, which reflects the best in local, national and even international tastes and trends," Mike Cohn, Cousins' executive vice president, said in a statement. Emory Point is a massive $250 million mixed-use development on Clifton Road near Emory University that will be developed in three phases. …