Colony Square Partners with Fooda to Bring Lunchtime Fare to The Square

About Colony Square

At the corner of Peachtree and 14th Streets, Colony Square is not only the heart of Midtown, it's the heart of Atlanta, an original icon at the very center of the ever-rising capital of the modern South. Today, Colony Square is becoming an icon of another kind, bringing the Art of Modern Life to Midtown. An urban, amenity-rich and arts-infused place to gather and soak up Midtown's vibe, the reimagined Colony Square will encompass two office towers and loft office totaling 892,000 square feet, residential condos, a 467-room hotel and 143,000 square feet of entertainment, retail and fitness concepts, chef-driven restaurants and an experience-driven food hall known as Main & Main. Open, walkable and transit-friendly, the reimagined Colony Square will be seamlessly connected to the vibrant energy of the streets around it. Like all great city squares, Colony Square is alive with possibility. Follow the transformation of Midtown's iconic destination on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, engage with the hashtag #CSReimagined and visit

About North American Properties

Founded in 1954, North American Properties is a privately held, multi-regional real estate operating and development company that has acquired, developed and managed more than $5 billion of mixed-use, retail, multifamily and office properties across the United States. Rooted in its purpose-driven approach to development, North American Properties is creating great places that connect people to each other; cities to their souls; partners to opportunities; and individuals to experiences that move them.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, with offices in Atlanta, Dallas and Fort Myers, Florida, the company has developed 22 million square feet of commercial space and 19,000 residential units in 15 states and 67 cities. In the past three years, North American Properties has launched 36 projects totaling $2.2 billion in total capitalization. In metro Atlanta, North American Properties led the turnaround of Atlantic Station and the ground up development of Avalon. Currently, the team?s $3 billion retail-driven mixed-use development pipeline includes: Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta, Revel in Gwinnett County, Georgia, and Riverton in the New York metro area. For more information, visit

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Colony Square last week launched a partnership with Fooda to bring "restaurant pop-ups" to the Midtown development.

Fooda will be available Monday through Friday in Colony Square’s atrium from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. You can find the pop-up option of the day by searching Fooda’s website here. The restaurant changes daily.

The partnership comes as North American Properties (NAP), Colony Square’s developer, prepares to break ground on the redevelopment this fall.

The first phase of the reimagined Colony Square will be delivered July 2018.

“We are redeveloping Colony Square to become a locally-inspired, arts-infused dining and entertainment destination that sparks with energy and provides the diversity of experiences Midtown craves,” Liz Gillespie, vice president of marketing at NAP, said in a press release.

“While the redevelopment is underway, we will curate culinary activations, pop up experiences and exciting events, including food trucks and our partnership with Fooda.”

Restaurants such as Smoque House BBQ will pop-up at Fooda and sell from customized menus at or below typical prices.

NAP is reimagining Colony Square’s two insular office towers and food court.

They are in the process of curating a merchandise mix of chef-driven eateries, boutique entertainment, fitness concepts and market-responsive retailers.

Part of that process means making way for new tenants.

“To all our Midtown epicureans, we will soon have more exciting news to announce about the culinary transformation coming to Colony Square. Stay tuned!”


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