Atlanta — All three retailers are expected to open this fall.
Westside Ironworks, a 19,000-square-foot, $8.5 million retail redevelopment in Atlanta’s West Midtown neighborhood, has added three new tenants, bringing its pre-leasing to 75 percent occupancy. The new tenants include O-Ku (3,200 square feet), a Southern-style sushi restaurant; Dixon Rye (5,000 square feet), an upscale, rustic-style home furnishings retailer; and Tom+Chee (2,600 square feet), a café-style, comfort food restaurant known for its Grilled Cheese Donut. All three retailers are expected to open this fall. The Westside Ironworks redevelopment transforms the former site of Iron-Works International Inc. into a retail destination. The project is spearheaded by Westside Ironworks LLC, a partnership between Frank Buonanotte and Jeff Stein.