[Renderings] Embassy Suites Hotel Moving Forward in Atlantic Station

Plans this week were submitted for the 10-story, 157-key property.

Horizon Hospitality Management, INC. is moving forward with plans to develop an Embassy Suites Hotel in Atlantic Station.

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A permit application this week was submitted to the City of Atlanta for the 10-story high-rise adjacent The Atlantic, at 200 17th Street.

In addition to the 145,020-square-foot hotel’s 157 rooms, the development could boast a “high-end steakhouse” fronting 17th street.

Embassy Suites Atlantic Station, designed by Mike Clifford of Atlanta-based architectural firm LPBC, could break ground later this year and open in 2020.

These plans are among several changes currently underway in Atlantic Station by commercial real estate developer Hines.

Hines last week broke ground on T3 at the Midtown mixed-use development and earlier this week announced Forever 21 would open a flagship store in Atlantic Station.

Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern is also pinned for the project.

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Will Bishop
2 years ago

Usually when an Embassy Suites hotel happens in Atlanta, a Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is schlepped along
with it. Do we really need another Ruth’s Chris? High priced, and not necessarily high end.

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