The Infinite Energy Center is opening a new parking deck, the first completed project in a massive expansion.
The new 2,400-space parking deck will be officially opened in a Sept. 19 ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Duluth event center. The Infinite Energy Center is undergoing an expansion that includes 50,000 square feet of exhibit hall space, renovations of its existing space and a new entrance wing.
The expansion also includes Revel, a $900 million mixed-use development adjacent to the existing Infinite Energy Center. Revel will cover 120 acres of land and include a movie theater, Painted Pin bowling alley and new outposts of popular metro Atlanta restaurants like Superica and Honeysuckle Gelato. There will also be 900 apartments, a hotel and 650,000 square feet of office space, according to developer North American Properties, which was also behind Alpharetta’s popular Avalon. Revel is expected to be completely finished by 2023, though phases could open earlier.
The new Infinite Energy Center parking deck has been underway since 2018. Gwinnett County Commissioner Jace Brooks, Gwinnett Chamber CEO and President Nick Masino and Infinite Energy Center representatives will be on hand to mark the opening.
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