“Edgewood Avenue has long been a road to what’s next — a thoroughfare for Civil Rights leaders and artists, entrepreneurs, and thrill-seekers, students and masters of craft,” a landing page for 100 Edgewood states on Parkway’s website. “Now, a bold and unexpected answer to a missing option in the urban office landscape is emerging here. A window to Atlanta’s past, present, and future, 100 Edgewood offers a refreshed workplace ecosystem for those who dare to dream, to push boundaries, redefine success on their own terms and have fun along the way.”
Parkway acquired the building overlooking Hurt Park in the midst of Georgia State University for $17.7 million in 2019. Ahead of Parkway’s purchase, developers planned on converting the building into student housing but changes in the market put the kibosh on those plans. It was formerly known as the United Way of Greater Atlanta tower.