Business Chronicle article on the new apartment development at Exide

A long-vacant car battery factory located on the Atlanta Beltline could soon be transformed into more than 300 apartments, as a developer hopes to snap up the prime real estate in southwest Atlanta.

The planned residential development by RangeWater Real Estate, formerly Pollack Shores Real Estate Group, is one of dozens popping up along the planned 22-mile loop of multi-use trails, transit and parks that would connect 45 neighborhoods located around the city’s urban core. It is one of the country’s largest urban redevelopment projects. It’s also the city’s most comprehensive transportation and economic development project that has attracted roughly $5 billion in private investment, mostly in real estate, over the past decade.

Read more by Diana Bagby at the Atlanta Business Chronicle