Last Wednesday, CBRE announced the “future” of Tower Square by way of a new rendering.
If you’re unfamiliar with Tower Square in Atlanta, it is the redevelopment of the 1.8 million-square-foot, mixed-use tower formerly anchored by AT&T.
In an email interview with What Now Atlanta, a Tower Square Spokesman said, “As the team gears up to kick off Phase II of the multimillion-dollar capital improvement project, the rendering shows how renovations to the Annex and upgrades to the 28,000-square-foot Green will interact to create a collaborative, open-air environment.”
Once an interior mall, The Annex is being converted into a retail space with storefronts facing West Peachtree St, making it a better experience for everyone.
In addition to the redevelopment of The Annex is the improvements being made to The Green, a green space featuring patio and covered seating and wifi.
But the biggest addition coming to The Green is an LED screen spanning more than 2,000 square feet (61 feet wide X 34 feet tall).
No word on what will be displayed on the LED wall, but we imagine it will be a great spot for socially-distanced movie watching, or a place to see your favorite Atlanta team play.
The LED screen and other changes to Tower Square are part of Phase II renovations, and are scheduled to begin this year.