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Welcome to Atlantic Station, Atlanta.
This neighborhood is located in the northwestern part of Midtown Atlanta, and consists of a retail district, plenty of office buildings, condominiums, townhomes and apartments. Atlantic Station was opened in 2005, and the neighborhood is situated on what was formerly the brownfield site of the Atlantic Steel mill. The neighborhood was planned to be energy efficient and hence many of the buildings here are LEED certified. In addition, the construction was put in motion to alleviate the urban traffic and air pollution. The idea was that the community would allow people to walk to most everyday places, as well as have access to public transportation nearby. The area has it's own retail area with establishments like IKEA, AT&T, H&M, Regal Cinemas, American Apparel and many more. And as far as food, there is more than enough to choose from in Atlantic Station. Everything from hamburgers to Mexican food can be devoured within these blocks, and you'll find restaurants like Atlantic Grill, California Pizza Chicken, Lobby Bar & Bistro and Rosa Mexicano. Atlantic Station offers a few cultural attractions as well. Definitely stop by The Premier Exhibition Center, which features the showcase Bodies: The Exhibition. The community also hosts a bunch of events in the form of concerts and festivals, and streets are often closed off for celebration. In the winter months, there is even an ice skating rink for all residents to enjoy! There is no lack of green space either, since the neighborhood features its own Central Park. Between March and October, the park offers a so-called Tot Spot, where parents can bring their kids in the mornings for entertainment, crafts and a bunch of educational activities!
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