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Atlantic Station

171 17th St., Atlanta, GA 30363 View Map
One million square feet of live/work and play, Atlantic Station is home to great shopping (Dillard's, IKEA, H&M, Ann Taylor, Z Gallerie, Old Navy, Taste Boutique, West Elm and more) to nightlife (Fox Sports Grill, Ten Pin Alley and the Regal 16 Movie Theater) plus several of Atlanta's hottest restaurants - Rosa Mexicana, Strip, California Pizza Kitchen, Dolce, Geisha House and more. Locations are all grouped around Central Park in a beautiful streetscape setting and home of seasonal events, vendor markets and concerts, including the weekened Atlantic Station Art festivals and the Taste of Atlanta food festival (annually). 

Easy parking for over 7,000 vehicles and free shuttles from the Arts Center MARTA Station.

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
4.0 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 428 traveler reviews

Atlantic Station Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 IMAX, RPX & VIP

Seven of us went to see Jumanji.....funniest movie I have seen in many a years.... Theater was crowded for a Friday evening but still very enjoyable... a piano sits on the sidewalk just outside the... Read Full Review

Decent shopping but restaurants lack

Hot this just after Christmas and while the stores are still OK a lot of the restaurants have closed which kind of sucks. The choices are much more limited now which is not a good thing. Hopefully... Read Full Review

Buyer Beware - Atlantic Station Ice Skating Rink

BUYER BEWARE. We love Atlantic Station and go often. For a holiday activity, I was looking at Ice Skating information online for rates and hours etc. When selecting tickets online, you have to set... Read Full Review

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Yelp Reviews

3.5 stars on Yelp Based on 247 traveler reviews

Atlantic Station is always a good time. It's perfect for a date night when you want something more than just dinner. There's lots of shopping, a good number... Read Full Review

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