Atlantic Station is a revolutionary new mixed used development in Midtown Atlanta. Built on the former site of the Atlantic Steel Mill, the community is comprised of three distinct areas along 17th Street between the Downtown Connector and Northside Drive. They are known (from east to west) as The District, The Commons, and The Village.
The District is where most of Atlantic Station's retail and office space is located. Opened on October 21, 2005, it is set up in the style of an outdoor mall, with many choices of shopping, dining, and a 16-screen Regal movie theater. Above the retail levels is an additional two to three stories of condominiums known as ATLofts. The District is actually above two stories of a7,300 space parking garage.
The southwest corner of The District is home to the 26-story, 336-foot TWELVE Hotel and Residences Atlantic Station, which was completed in December, 2005. In addition, townhomes constructed by Beazer Homes in 2004 line 16th Street one block south of The District.
The Commons is home to many low-rise condominiums, apartments, townhomes, and a large man-made pond that is actually located within the median of 17th Street.
- Icon Apartments
- Art Foundry Condos
- Element Condos
- Park District Apartments
The Village is located on the westernmost portion of Atlantic Station and comprises an IKEA store that opened on June 29, 2005, and private student housing known as The Flats.
The 138-acre Atlantic Station in Atlanta, GA places residences, office towers and retail establishments within walking distance of each other in an environmentally-friendly setting.
Atlantic Station offers residences geared to a range of income levels. Available housing includes apartments, condos, single-family dwellings, townhouses and duplexes. Animal-lovers will appreciate Atlantic Station in Atlanta's pet park with fire hydrants. Cyclists may enjoy the bicycle lanes lining 17th Street and the 17th Street Bridge, known for its bright yellow color. On those occasions when it's necessary to venture beyond the grounds of Atlantic Station in Atlanta, GA, travelers may catch a free shuttle to the MARTA Arts Center station nearby.