Colony Square Redevelopment + Updates

What's Happening?

Photos, renderings, video: Colony Square construction kicks off with a (tiny) ‘bang,’ glitter cannons — The crash of a small concrete wrecking ball against glass, and the explosion of compressed air cannons releasing a stream of glittered confetti, signaled the start Tuesday of a long-anticipated transformation in Midtown.
Colony Square Transformation Officially Underway in Midtown Atlanta — North American Properties breaks ground on iconic redevelopment, announces FitLab
Uber to roll out service to help Atlanta tackle traffic congestion (Video) — Uber Movement uses trip data in a city to provide insight into traffic chokepoints, traffic flow and mass-transit use. The data, however, is of minimal value to city planners because it’s not representative of overall traffic patterns, some argue.
Colony Square construction to begin in October with fanfare, a wrecking ball — The grand overhaul of Midtown’s original mixed-use development—Colony Square—will soon kick into high gear with the demolition of a small building on the high-profile site. Curbed Atlanta has the story.
NAP Breaks Ground on the Reimagined Colony Square on Oct 10. — More details announced around the transformational redevelopment in Midtown Atlanta. North American Properties invites the community to celebrate the groundbreaking of the reimagined Colony Square on Oct. 10 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Food Hall
Steve Palmer’s Sukoshi will be first tenant in new food hall - Main & Main — The Indigo Road Restaurants’ founder Steve Palmer, the man behind Oak Steakhouse, Colleta, and O-Ku, is looking to change that. Atlanta Magazine dishes on his new consulting role with The Square's food hall, called Main & Main opening summer of 2019.

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