Fueled by expertise, community and a “can’t find this online” service, Apex SouthPark aims to infuse a new energy into SouthPark – one of the largest business and shopping districts in the state. With nearly 73,000 of retail space located in two buildings connected by 4 levels of parking, Apex SouthPark serves as the ultimate mixed-use catalyst: a building that enhances SouthPark’s reputation as a premier destination while unifying the community.
This development will include luxury apartments for rent surrounded by more than 88,000 square feet of shops and restaurants in the two main buildings. Apartment amenities include a swimming pool, fire pits, a gym with yoga and spin studios, outdoor grills and 24-hour concierge service for tenants combined with high-level finishes and over-sized floor plans.
Arriving early 2021! A 175-room Hyatt Centric, a newer, upper-upscale flag of Hyatt Hotels Corp., is planned with a rooftop restaurant and bar, as well as an adjacent six-story parking deck.
“(Hyatt Centric) is a unique product that we think fits really well into SouthPark because it (will be) so localized,” said Nish Patel, president of Beacon IMG. “The interior design, food offerings ... we think it’ll fit really well in SouthPark.”
To better serve and be more present in the SouthPark community, the newly rebranded SouthPark Church is at the heart of Apex SouthPark featuring a new modern campus that creates a place where people can live, work, shop, eat, enjoy the arts, and worship. Designed to be constructed in two phases, the first phase is an 88,000 SF state-of-the-art building, with 68,000 SF of dedicated church space featuring a 380-seat sanctuary, children’s space, prayer rooms, modern worship space and rooftop terraces on both the fourth-floor and second-floor levels, surrounded by nearly 20,000 SF of retail. In the future phase, the building will have a 700+ capacity performing arts space.
Construction on the church buildings is expected to start in spring 2019, with completion around summer 2020.