Welcome to Atlantic Station
Situated on the northwestern edge of Midtown, this planned live, work, play community is home to residents who enjoy walkability to shopping, dining, retail, work and more.
- The people who live here are Professionals, Empty Nesters, Students, Visionaries, First-Time Homebuyers.
- Great for Shopping, Festivals, Restaurants, Walkability, Cultural Activities, Business, Restaurants, MARTA Access Shuttle, Exhibits, Affluent
- Area highlights include The Center for Puppetry Arts, IKEA, The High Museum, Woodruff Arts Center, Georgia Tech, The Beltline, TWELVE Hotel, the Millennium Gate, 17th Street Bridge, SCAD
Atlantic Station is one of Atlanta’s newer and most vibrant communities. Planned with retail, office, green and living spaces, and located along 17th Street between the Downtown Connector and Northside Drive, this neighborhood is ideal for professionals to empty-nesters who want to make the most of their surroundings.
Opening in 2003, Atlantic Station offers multiple options for potential residents. High-rise condominiums, townhomes, and apartment buildings line the streets, next to and above retail establishments. Choose to be in the middle of it all with condos in the retail district, or move further west and be surrounded by parks, yet still within walking distance to everything you need.
Located on 138 acres of the former Atlantic Steel Mill site which closed in 1970, the Atlanta Station project started in 1997 with the goal of reducing urban sprawl and increasing energy efficiency, encouraging residents to live where they work and play. The development was recognized by the EPA, receiving the Phoenix Award as the Best National Brownfield Redevelopment in 2004, and the Sierra Club’s 2005 America’s Best New Development Projects. In addition, access to public transportation and interstate access is easily accessible with Atlantic Station being located near the I-75/85 Downtown Connector.
Comprising of three distinct districts, the District, the Commons, and the Village, Atlantic Station gives residents and visitors the option of never having to get in the car. The District, where retail and office space are located, includes a variety of shopping and dining options as well as a movie theater. Townhomes are also located in this area, as well as above retail condos. The Commons is where you will find most Atlantic Station’s condominiums, apartments, and townhomes, as well as ample greenspace. The Village is the westernmost district of Atlantic Station and houses two apartment communities and an IKEA store.
In addition to abundant retail and shopping, Atlantic Station is host to some of the most popular events and festivals in Atlanta throughout the year.