BY Wendy Bowman | June 14, 2018 | Lifestyle
Midtown has long been home to alluring attractions. Of late, it’s only been gaining momentum with bustling new construction and amenities galore. Here are five special elements helping make this in-town hub the hottest neighborhood in Atlanta.
The members-only Marquee Club atop the Fox Theatre is this summer’s most exclusive spot to spend a summer evening.
NO. 2 OPUS PLACE Upon completion in spring 2020, this luxe new Perkins+Will-designed high-rise project is destined to become the most coveted address in Atlanta. It’s 53 stories, complete with 259 one- to three-bedroom homes and penthouses, boasting Alexandra Champalimaud interiors, lavish amenities and more for the most discerning Atlantans. 98 14th St. NE
COLONY SQUARE This mixed-use destination built in 1968 will soon evolve to encompass office space; condos; a 467-room hotel; and 160,000 square feet of curated entertainment, retail and fitness concepts, chef-driven restaurants and the Main & Main food hall thanks to North American Properties. 1197 Peachtree St. NE
ATLANTIC STATION Hines’ 138-acre, mixed-use development is undergoing its largest transformation yet: In the coming years, expect additional office space in the form of Atlantic Yards and T3 Foundry Park; a major overhaul of its Central Park; and the expansion of current tenants and more. 1380 Atlantic Drive NW
MARQUEE CLUB This members-only club at the Fox Theatre provides patrons with 10,000 square feet of premium-designed space (including a Moroccan-style lounge, five bars and a rooftop patio) where members can enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres before and after shows—and many more perks. 660 Peachtree St. NE
CHEMISTRY This ad agency’s groundbreaking work for Atlanta United FC and more has earned accolades and awards, and now the firm has a new “lab” in vibrant West Midtown—a 14,000-square-foot Josephine Design House space highlighted by a duo of massive mezzanines, all devised to encourage interaction and creativity. 1045 West Marietta St. NW
Photography Courtesy Of: the Fox Theatre