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Civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the third phase of Star Metals District with 327 units and 25,000 s.f. of retail space in the heart of Atlanta’s West Midtown.

Continuing the vocabulary of Sentral at Star Metals and Star Metals Offices, Stella will integrate lush, multi-level greenroofs and vibrant on-structure exterior amenity spaces for the Stella community.

Learn more on the benefits of over-structure amenity design here.

Renderings courtesy of Allen Morris Company,  Luxigon, Oppenheim Architecture. Naturalficial

Bryn House is a five story, 337-unit, Class-A apartment complex and retail development located between Emory University and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Our team provided Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture services for the new luxury apartments. Our Landscape Architecture team designed the site amenities which includes an elevated pool deck with cabanas and outdoor kitchen, a street level urban plaza anchored by a coffee shop, two interior courtyards, and a dog park. The streetscape and amenity areas feature lush plantings, large trees, and contemporary materials.

The team also facilitated the installation of a specimen Willow Oak Tree. At the time of installation is stood 60’ tall and 20” caliper. The magnificent tree grants shade and infuses the community with a captivating ambiance.

photography: Garey Gomez | gareygomez.com




Adjacent to the 8West office building, Alexan 8 West adds 264 apartment units and retail space to the mixed-use development.

The residential development offers amenities including a clubroom, fitness facility, dog wash and a multi-level courtyard with grills, fire pits and a pool.

Using a shared parking model, the apartment complex and neighboring office circle a 671 space parking structure that serves the entire development.

Eberly & Associates provided Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture services for a multi-story, multifamily community in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood. The design features six, five and four-stories stepping down to meet the mostly single-family neighborhood. Our landscape architects helped merge this integration with ornamental planting and trees along the perimeter of the building.

The 87,000 s.f. development includes 205 units, amenities including a rooftop pool and clubhouse, business center, fitness room, retail space and structured parking.




This mixed-use and mixed-income development is conveniently located next to Atlanta’s Historic Oakland Cemetery and King Memorial MARTA station. The community located on a 4.4 acre site that was previously under-utilized parking, features about 400 residential units, 10,000 s.f. of retail, a parking deck and rooftop amenity deck.

The 60,000 s.f. of outdoor landscaped amenity space include offers residents a resort-style pool, outdoor lounges, kitchens, dining, and expansive butterfly garden.

One third of the apartments will be affordable made possible by grant funding from InvestAtlanta.

Exterior rendering courtesy of Smith Dalia Architects.

This new garden-style apartment community on 16 acres in Woodstock, Georgia features a two-story clubhouse, separate pool house with large deck, and outdoor spaces including an outdoor kitchen and lounge seating. The community is connected to the Greenprints Trail, which provides access to downtown Woodstock and community parks.

Eberly & Associates prepared an Engineering Summary Report for the site, which provided the owner with a review of the zoning, land use, and engineering information, which they used to evaluate the site for future development.

Subsequently, the firm was selected for the luxury mixed-use high-rise development on the compact 1.56-acre site.

The team was challenged to re-design a 60-inch combined trunk-line ran diagonally across the site. The prescribed easement created a 65-foot swath across the middle of the property where nothing could be built. From an engineering perspective, the adjacent streets had several conflicting utilities in the right-of-way and the shallow a pipe slope limited relocation options.

In meetings with the Department of Watershed Management, we investigated the potential of relocating the trunkline to the right-of-way. We designed a best-case scenario path and alignment, then worked with the City to model the optimum size. Upon approval, our engineers carefully monitored the relay of the new trunk alignment and connection with the existing system. The result was a site free and clear of the infrastructure burden and available for development.

One of the first luxury apartments along the Eastside Beltline trail, Eberly & Associates provided Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture services for the 230-apartment community. The 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units are wrapped around a precast concrete five to six level structured parking deck.

The site was designed and landscaped with access points connecting the development to the Beltline before that area of the Beltline was developed.

A unique and significant challenge was to seamlessly incorporate an existing 20-foot free-standing retaining wall into the design. This saved significant money and time for the contractor and owner.

Olea is a new active adult concept community that features luxury, resort-style conveniences. Eberly & Associates provided landscape architecture services for a 166-unit, with one, two, or three bedrooms, multi-story buildings, and surface parking on a 5.25-acre site.

Our landscape architect team designed the site amenities including an in-ground pool, courtyard, cabana, community garden, and dog park.