Pinstripes is officially joining Phipps Plaza as part of the center’s ongoing redevelopment, Developer Simon Thursday announced in a press release.
The bistro, bowling and bocce venue will occupy a 29,257-square-foot space on the lower level of Life Time building.
That space has previously been marked for a “Food Hall.”
“From the beginning, one of the main goals of this redevelopment project has been to offer the Atlanta community an unmatched experience by creating a destination where people desire to live, work, shop, dine and play,” Michelle Smart, vice president of leasing for Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, said in the release.
“Pinstripes is a market leader in the entertainment and dining space, so it serves as the perfect complement to Phipps Plaza’s evolution.”
Founded in 2007, Pinstripes, Inc. bills itself as an “experiential dining and entertainment concept” featuring eats, wine and cocktails, bowling, bocce, and “mixed-use event space.”
“We are excited to be a part of Simon’s game-changing development at Phipps Plaza, and to help anchor its evolution into the market leader in dining and entertainment in Atlanta,” Dale Schwartz, founder and CEO of Pinstripes, said in the release.
“This shopping center already possesses the most dynamic mix of aspirational and luxury offerings in the market, and the addition of the new amenities makes Phipps considerably more compelling to the discerning customers in and around Buckhead.”
Nobu Hotels, founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper, will blend its hotel and restaurant in Buckhead offering 150 rooms, a rooftop pool, a spa, and corporate conference space.
Finally, a new 13-story, 350,000-square-foot office building, One Phipps Plaza, will be built from the ground up.
The AC Hotel Atlanta Buckhead at Phipps Plaza offers 166 guest rooms and suites to accommodate visitors to the Buckhead community.
On the retail side of things, Saint Laurent, Valentino, Tom Ford, and Dolce&Gabbana have opened at Phipps Plaza.