The Quest Westside Impact Center promises an “urban-modeled Family Dollar,” farmers market, and more.
As the forces of gentrification soldier on in Atlanta, it’s rare to see a mixed-use development that promises to do as much for the community as it does to the community. But on the Westside, a good example of the former is on the rise.
Called the Quest Westside Impact Center , the Cooper Carry-designed project is a 27,000-square-foot mixed-use build replete with coworking space and community services facilities.
The $10.2-million Vine City development would feature office space above 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, community space, and educational services at the junction of some of the city’s most underserved neighborhoods—Bankhead, English Avenue, Washington Park, and Vine City.
The Quest Impact Center is transforming a corner property where Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard meets Joseph E. Boone Boulevard, formerly a rundown, suburban-style shopping center.