Tyler Perry's old studio in Inman Park to become mixed-use 'epicurean center'

Paces Properties closes on several parcels along hiking and jogging path


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  • Former production facility at the intersection of Krog Street and Lake Avenue would become mixed-use development

An Atlanta developer plans to transform Tyler Perry's old production facility and warehouse near the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail into a mixed-use development centered around a 12,000 square-foot, west coast-style market and restaurants. The redevelopment, titled Krog Street Market, would eventually include housing on the complex's south end.

Paces Properties in late October closed on several adjacent parcels in Inman Park near the Beltline, including: the Stove Works, the vibrant dining and office complex; Tyler Perry's old 66,000 square-foot studio at the intersection of Krog Street and Lake Avenue; and several smaller adjacent parcels. According to commercial real-estate research firm Databank, Paces paid $13.4 million for the combined nine acres.

"We want to build an epicurean center," Paces Properties CEO David Cochran tells CL in a phone interview.