Peachtree Center

Peachtree Center, an architectural landmark in downtown Atlanta, was developed in the 1960s by John Portman. It’s known for its distinctive style and has shaped the city’s skyline with its cluster of high-rise office towers, hotels, and retail spaces, becoming a bustling hub of business and leisure.

This complex features a network of skybridges connecting its buildings, offering a unique pedestrian experience amidst a mix of modern and international style architecture. It’s home to a variety of dining options, from fast food to gourmet, and hosts a range of retail stores. The center also includes the iconic Peachtree Center MARTA station, providing easy access to the city’s main attractions.

Did you know Peachtree Center was one of the earliest models of mixed-use development in the United States, influencing urban design nationwide?