Selig Enterprises Unveils Retail Lineup of $229 Million City Springs Mixed-Use Project in Metro Atlanta

SculptHouse, a high-intensity, low-impact fitness concept, and Nam Kitchen, a Vietnamese restaurant, are some of the tenants that will open at City Springs. SculptHouse, a high-intensity, low-impact fitness concept, and Nam Kitchen, a Vietnamese restaurant, are some of the tenants that will open at City Springs.

Sandy Springs, Ga. — Atlanta-based developer Selig Enterprises has unveiled the retail tenant lineup at City Springs, a $229 million mixed-use development in Sandy Springs, located 14 miles north of downtown Atlanta.

Serving as the downtown district of Sandy Springs, City Springs will soon be home to four new restaurants and three health and wellness concepts totaling roughly 20,000 square feet. The new eateries will include Café Vendome, a bread and sandwich bistro with an existing location in Sandy Springs; Flower Child, a health-conscious restaurant chain serving vegetables, fruit, grains and healthy proteins; Nam Kitchen, a Vietnamese restaurant headed by Alex Kinjo of MF Sushi, executive chef Thuy Bich and Ahn Hoang from Nam Midtown; and The Select, an American comfort food concept that will feature an extensive wine list. The health and wellness outfits coming to City Springs will include Turn, the first indoor cycling and boot camp fitness studio from owner Ashley Francis; SculptHouse, a high-intensity, low-impact fitness concept with existing locations in Buckhead and Nashville; and Vida-Flo, a hydration treatment center staffed by licensed medical professionals. Buildout has begun on several of the spaces, with the first tenants expected to open their doors in early summer. Selig, which is celebrating its 100-year anniversary this year, is co-developing City Springs in a public-private partnership with Atlanta-based Carter and the City of Sandy Springs. At full buildout, the 14-acre project will feature a performing arts center, conference center, retail and restaurant space, multifamily residences, civic offices, an underground parking deck, surface street parking and a four-acre green space known as City Green. 

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