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Atlanta’s Renaissance: High Street Atlanta

TIME FOR A CHANGE

Welcome to High Street Atlanta: Atlanta’s best restaurants, retail and leisure, the most stylish homes and modern office spaces, and an ongoing program of public events in a walkable, transit-oriented neighborhood. This new mixed-use destination in the Central Perimeter area offers the buzz, vibrancy, and ease of city life to Atlantans ready for a change. Creating an exceptional living and working environment, High Street Atlanta embodies that change.

High Street Atlanta

offers the buzz, vibrancy and ease of city life to Atlantans ready for a change.

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Aerial rendering of Phase 1 of the masterplan.

High Street Atlanta, Atlanta

Rendering view of the public realm looking north.

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Rendering view from Center Street looking north-east.

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Rendering view from East High Street looking toward West High Street.

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Retail in High Street Atlanta

Rendering of the retail at the north-end of High Street Atlanta.

Rendering view of the public realm looking west.

View of the central park
looking north-west.

The Central Perimeter alone has 29 million sf of office space and an affluent population.

Atlanta is a town of commerce, with a great green canopy that links together the four key commercial centers of Downtown, Midtown, Bulkhead and the Central Perimeter. The Central Perimeter area alone has 29 million sf of office space and an affluent population, concentrated in the cities of Sandy Springs and Dunwoody.

There is a national and global trend towards moving into cities; with millennial and empty-nesters leading the charge as they seek out the buzz, vibrancy, and easy of city living. This growing trend has reached Atlanta, where residents are moving from their sprawling, high-maintenance, suburban estates to denser, walkable urban living environments.