Lineweight Studio

adaptive reuse architecture |  atlanta, ga

Armour Drive Warehouse Conversion
Atlanta, GA
Under Construction

designed at Kronberg Urbanists + Architects

This project located along Amour Drive involved the conversion of an existing 30,000 square-foot warehouse building into 45,000 square feet of flexible commercial space. To increase leaseable square footatge, the existing warehouse roof was removed and a new second floor was added over half of the existing floor plate. The rear half of the building was designed as a flexible double-height space to accomodate a future entertainment tenant. The two-story structure in the front half of the building is split between office, retail, and cafe functions. A new covered deck on the second level opens to views of the Atlanta skyline and overlooks the path of the future Beltline Trail. The front facade of the building was extensively modified with generous new windows and doors opening onto a new raised patio that is covered by a steel-framed canopy. The main building entry is punctuated by a new steel-framed tower feature. Lineweight Studio remains involved in the project as construction of the “core and shell” portion of the project is completed.

Project team: Cross Town Realty (owner), Tecton Builders (general contractor), Kronberg Urbanists + Architects (architecture), Stability Engineering (structural), Proficient Engineering (MEP), Flippo Civil (civil)

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Grace Midtown Sanctuary, Brown Hayes Department Store, Armour Drive Warehouse Conversion, and Highland Church Renovation designed at Kronberg Urbanists & Architects


Lineweight Studio LLC is an Atlanta-based full-service architectural design practice specializing in adaptive reuse and renovation projects. Lineweight’s approach to design is context-based, drawing from social, environmental, and historical surroundings to create meaningful and distinctive spaces. As a full-service practice, Lineweight Studio provides services spanning the full breadth of the design and construction process, from Pre-Design through Construction Administration and all phases in between.


Eric Bethany, AIA opened Lineweight Studio LLC in 2022 after working on commercial adaptive reuse, new construction commercial, and missing middle housing projects as a designer at firms in Atlanta, New Orleans, and Charleston. His design work has been recognized by awards at the city and national level, including the City of Atlanta Urban Design Commission and the Congress for the New Urbanism. Eric is a registered architect in the state of Georgia and holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Tulane University School of Architecture.

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