A new escape room, at least 20 eateries and an updated courtyard are just the latest retailers you’ll find in Peachtree Center’s revamped retail space.
The iconic retail and office center located in the heart of downtown Atlanta recently transformed the bottom 85,000-square-foot space, which now includes more than 50 restaurants and retailers called The Hub, according to a news release.
The property, which sits atop Peachtree Center MARTA station, was designed and developed by the late, famed Atlanta architect John. C. Portman Jr. in the 1960s and 1970s.
Recently added eateries include Salata, Beni’s Cubano, Taste of India and BEP! Vietnamese. The retail spaces also includes Time to Escape, a locally owned and operated escape room that includes live actors.
The space’s courtyard, rebranded as The Plaza, connects Peachtree Center’s four towers at the ground level.
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