Transit-connected Buckhead tower from 1980s undergoes modern makeover – Curbed Atlanta

A pioneer in Buckhead excessive-rise transit connectedness is present process a modern makeover.

Overlooking Lenox Sq. and linking to the adjoining MARTA station, the slope-roofed Atlanta Plaza is seeing “main renovations” by new house owners Banyan Avenue Capital, following the constructing’s $137-million sale a 12 months in the past, officers introduced this week.

Designs by architects Perkins + Will are using “modern methods for office design” that embody a “dramatic transformation of the foyer and entry to the constructing, added facilities and outside workspaces, upgraded corridors, and expanded convention amenities,” per a press launch.

This reimagined entry will open to East Paces Ferry Highway, which is being expanded by way of the Buckhead CID.

It sounds just like the constructing is being positioned as a major vacation spot for millennial expertise, with its onsite bike storage and showers, proximity to PATH400, and its declare as “one of many few buildings in metro Atlanta providing direct lined entry to public transit,” officers mentioned.

The refreshed MARTA connection.

Twenty % of the 34-story tower is offered. As of now, notable tenants embody Salesforce, Securities and Change Fee, Wells Fargo, RentPath, and Rubicon, officers mentioned.

Accomplished in 1986, Atlanta Plaza joins 1100 Peachtree because the 25th tallest buildings within the metropolis.

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Transit-connected Buckhead tower from 1980s undergoes modern makeover - Curbed Atlanta