Originally Posted by LSyd
2 shining examples of the urban transformation in Atlanta. JAMESTOWN owns both (same company that owns Chelsea Market in NYC, so many buildings along Newbury St, Pac Place in San Francisco, and so many buildings along M Street in Georgetown).
White Provision on the westside just had Free People open last week of March, Lululemon is in buildout to open in June, Billy Reid's (8th?) location is opening there in May and Calypso St. Barth is opening there in May-June. Anthropologie is in the development next door (as is a Jonathan Adler). Facebook opened their offices in another warehouse down the street (and Scoutmob has their HQ down the street). Room & Board's largest store occupies the warehouse portion shown in top pic.
Expect so many great things from the 2.1 million SF old Sears Roebuck warehouse (larger building pictured obviously). It will be reminescent of Chelsea Market (2014 delivery).
Also glad you got some shots of the Luckie Marietta district, Castleberry Hill, Cabbage Town, Grant Park and of course downtown. I have snapped some of those same angles (especially that one looking down the warehouses in Castleberry). You do it better though!
I'm actually glad you left out Midtown! Atlanta will really be a true urban city in no time (well...2 more decades).