South Downtown

Color Key: Complete Planned Under Construction

1
143 Alabama (Constitution Building)
143 Alabama St SW

2
222 Mitchell (Adaptive Reuse)
222 Mitchell St SW

Spanning an entire city block, 222 Mitchell is the combination of a 1909 brick building and two mid-century modern buildings. Formerly home to Citizens & Southern Bank, the property boasts some of the best 360-degree rooftop views of downtown.

3
Centennial Yards (Future Phases)
Railroad Gulch bounded by Centennial Olympic Park Drive, Marietta Street, Ted Turner

Mixed use development planned for the former railroad gulch site, comprised of residential, hotel, office, and entertainment/retail uses.

4
Centennial Yards South (Phase II)
99 Ted Turner Dr NW

5
Georgia Municipal Association Headquarters Expansion
201 Pryor St SW

An expansion of the non-profit organization's office space on their current site.

6
Hotel Row (Adapative Reuse)
Mitchell St SW

Renovation of the City's historic "Hotel Row" to add ground floor retail, restaurants and office space.

7
Lofts at Centennial Yards South
125 Ted Turner Dr

Conversion of former Norfolk Southern HQ in residential apartments with ground floor retail, including Wild Leap Brewing Co.

8
Origin Hotel
166 Pryor St

Adaptive re-use of office building into a hotel in the heart of South Downtown

9
South Downtown Redevelopment - Phase I
222 Mitchell and Hotel Row

Phase One includes the renovation of historic Hotel Row and 222 Mitchell to add retail, entertainment, food/beverage, and creative office uses Future phases include the adaptive reuse of 45 buildings totaling 1 million s.f. of existing space in an eight block area south of Five Points MARTA.

10
The Forge
Ted Turner Drive at Whitehall Street

10 acres slated for mixed-use development, estimated to include 3.8 million square feet of mixed-use space and 1.2 million square feet of residential space with a heavy focus on life science uses

11
Underground Atlanta Redevelopment
50 Upper Alabama St

Redevelopment and re-positioning of entire property into a mixed-used community