Junction Krog District

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About Junction Krog District


The project brings 8,500 square feet of prime restaurant and patios below 135,000 square feet of new office space, dedicated parking and a frictionless back of house experience for optimal retail operations. Portman has announced that Yuji, a new Japanese concept by Kinjo Enterprise, LLC, and YEPPA&co as the first restaurants are joining the project, both set to open Summer 2024. Two additional retail concepts, a coffee bar and dessert concept are set to join the project as well. Along with the ground floor and three stories of class A office space, the project incorporates numerous works of art by local artists. Murals can be found throughout the property by Branden Sadler (Rising Red Lotus), Margo Perkins, VAYNE, and Greg Mike. Set to join the art collection at the project is a commissioned sculpture by Kevin Chambers that will be the centerpiece of the porch.


Junction Krog District is located at the corner of Irwin St and Auburn Ave directly connected to the Atlanta Beltline, a sustainable redevelopment project that will ultimately connect 45 intown neighborhoods via a 22-mile loop of multi-use trails, parks, and streetcars. The property has a walkability score of 95 and a bike score of 87. The ground floor offers first class commuter amenities, including ample bicycle storage, active commuter showers and EV charging stations.


Junction Krog District’s location, design and program were strategically planned to prioritize community engagement. The development team remained in constant communication with the Atlanta Beltline organization, the non-profit municipal corporation that oversees all aspects of planning, development, execution, and activation of the beltline. Continued collaboration to identify opportunities for maximizing value creation for the community continues to be at the forefront of the team’s priorities throughout operations.


Visit Junction

Krog District

Krog District is brimming with life, and Junction is never far from all that makes living in Atlanta fantastic. Gritty vintage stores neighbor one of the nation’s best steak restaurants, irreverent cocktail bars are just steps from spas running on exclusive French skincare, and other creative enterprises keep this historic neighborhood interesting at all hours. That energy attracts a crowd: at any given time, Krog District is made up of roughly eight times more educated, young professional urbanites than the national average.

Iman Park

Connected now more than ever before, Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods are the intersection of perseverance and progression. But the mix of aged brick, Victorian grace, and modern sheen melds together with a sense of inclusiveness that’s reflective of its residents and visitors. Along Inman Park’s section of the BeltLine, local businesses beckon with open air dining, cocktails, and treats – a progressive, food and drink-filled way to cool off from a good bike ride.


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