Atlantic Station

A national example for sustainable mixed-use communities, Atlantic Station transformed an abandoned industrial site into a thriving retail and entertainment district at the heart of Atlanta’s vibrant Midtown neighborhood. Opened in 2005, Atlantic Station is home to some of Atlanta’s most popular restaurants and retailers, as well as leading employers. Atlantic Station is in the midst of a major repositioning including a revamped tenant mix, with new retail and restaurant offerings and a complete overhaul of its Atlantic Green, as well as the inclusion of new multifamily residential units and over 700,000 square feet of Class-A office space.

The Southeast Shops Here

In early 2019, Atlantic Station celebrated the grand reopening of the southeast’s largest H&M location. The two-level, 39,441-square-foot, newly renovated flagship store offers shoppers  premium access to the brand’s latest collections.

Forever 21's southeast flagship opened at Atlantic Station in early 2020. The new two-story, 21,000-square-foot store highlighted the district's transformation with its modern facade signaling an end to the "faux town center" era.

Opening soon, Bowlero occupies nearly 36,000 square feet at Atlantic Station and has 30 lanes of bowling and a state-of-the-art digital gaming area. The venue features a full menu, which includes oversized shareable and signature “Big Swig” cocktails.

Regal Atlantic Station, Georgia's highest performing movie theatre, recently underwent an expansion and upgrade, which included the addition of the region’s first 4DX movie theatre, offering moviegoers an all-encompassing cinematic experience.

The Southeast Dines Here

Announced in late 2019, SriThai Kitchen & Sushi, a Thai and Japanese fine dining concept, is set to join Atlantic Station's diverse culinary lineup. The 4,852-square-foot restaurant will be the Thai empire’s third Atlanta location joining the popular SriThai locations in Duluth and Snellville.

HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern  was announced as being added to Atlantic Station's expanding tenant mix in 2019. This locally-owned, spirited restaurant’s is 6,000 square feet and will be featured in the renovated Atlantic Green, complete with a rooftop patio bar.

Azotea Cantina is a new concept from the creator of Tacos and Tequila and will feature authentic flavors and a variety of dishes from Mexico. The nearly 4,000-square-foot restaurant occupies one of the three new restaurant spaces located in the renovated Atlantic Green in the heart of the property.

Opening this fall, envegan is known for its delicious vegan cuisine that’s popular among both vegans and non-vegans. The 1,600-square-foot restaurant in Atlantic Green features light fare with a variety of meatless alternatives, as well as smoothies, shakes, juices, and desserts.

The Southeast Works Here


T3 West Midtown is a 205,000-square-foot heavy timber office development located on-site within Atlantic Station.

Hines worked with Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture (HPA) as the design architect and DLR Group is the architect of record. The project offers an exceptional depth and breadth of amenities including fitness, dining, roof-top terraces, bike storage and collaboration areas, in addition to the retail village of Atlantic Station.

Notable tenants include Interior Architects, Macy's Tech and Facebook.

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Scheduled for delivery later this year, Atlantic Yards will consist of 500,000 square feet of progressive office space in two buildings, and is located within Atlantic Station.

Allowing tenants to woo clients, celebrate team wins and brainstorm like never before in truly stunning style amidst a rooftop garden, private balconies and open-air terraces that you’ll only find at Atlantic Yards.

Atlantic Yards at Atlantic Station also has 15,000 square feet of ground-floor retail opportunities available.

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The Southeast Stays Here

Slated to breakground this fall, Peachtree Hotel Group is developing a dual-branded hotel on Atlantic Station's famed 17th Street. The hotel, which is expected to have 265 keys, offers guests and office employees in Midtown and West Midtown submarkets more options for staying and playing.

A 181-key Embassy Suites hotel planned for Atlantic Station – also being developed along 17th Street in the district – will feature 3,000 square feet of meeting space, an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and a ground-floor restaurant. The project is expected to open in January 2021.

Located in the energy-filled corner of 19th and Market, a 10-story multifamily development is anticipated to fetch some of the highest rental prices in the city. The 360-unit residential development by AMLI is slated to open in 2021 and feature 25,000 square feet of ground-floor retail.

The Southeast Plays Here

As seen in the above "before" photo of Atlantic Green, the renovation of the heart of Atlantic Station's district was crucial to completing the vision of Hines' transformation. The updated design makes the Green more human-scaled and welcoming. As construction nears completion, Atlantic Station guests have more freedom to linger and convene in the open-air environment as they desire.

Jewel box dining and retail options in the new Atlantic Green will serve as landmarks when guests are navigating through the city within a city. Whether guests are choosing to use the renovated Atlantic Green as simply a pleasant passageway to entertainment, shopping or dining options, or to participate in the more than 300-per-year events on-site, this expanded park space is where the guests can feel most connected with the city and each other.