50 Upper Alabama St
Atlanta, GA 30303
Underground Atlanta - "The City Beneath the Streets" - is a historic arts and entertainment district in the heart of Downtown Atlanta. The buildings comprising Underground Atlanta were constructed in 1866 around the Zero-mile Post located at the property, later becoming present day Atlanta. Underground has evolved from the Civil War era into speakeasies during Prohibition, an entertainment district in the 1960's and became the central rallying point for the 1996 Olympics.
The once defunct Mall closed in 2016 and was purchased by Lalani Ventures in November 2021. Since its purchase, Underground Atlanta has reemerged as the center of gravity for Art, Culture and Entertainment. In 2022, Underground Atlanta hosted over 150 events including the iconic "Peach Drop" New Years celebration and hosted several music and art activations including Art of Banksy Exhibit, Atlanta Fashion Week, Atlanta United Block Party and several music concerts. We have reopened the doors to new tenants including eight new art galleries, The Masquerade, MJQ, Daiquiriville, Club Future, Pigalle by Paris on Ponce and a new 30,000 sf Exhibition Hall for concerts, panels and immersive art. Come be a part of history!