Atlantic Station is the much-famed Midtown hotspot that opened the mid 2000s. Atlantic Station was lauded as one of the first mixed-use neighborhoods. The entire center is self-contained with restaurants, shopping, entertainment, a superstore and a grocery store. Residents don’t have to leave the neighborhood if they don’t want to as all the conveniences are there. The location is so large it even has its own zip code as well as being home to the first IKEA in the southeast.
See & Do
Central Park is Atlantic Station’s mini version of the one in New York City. There are often many concerts and free movies here during the warmer months. During the Holiday season snow falls each day in this park. During lunch, people sometimes sit and enjoy a picnic. It is one of the highlights for any visitor to Atlantic Station.
There are many different kinds of dining establishments in every price range. For upscale dining, head to Strip steaks and sushi, Lobby Bar and Bistro, or Rosa Mexicano. There are also a myriad of less expensive options for diners as well like California Pizza Kitchen.
From home furnishings to high fashion, from bed sheets to basketball shoes, the shops at Atlantic Station have it all. There’s even an IKEA here. With over 40 unique retailers, shops, and boutiques, there's something here for every taste. Stores like Dillard’s, LOFT, Gap and Old Navy can all be found in Atlantic Station.