Images depict superfluous parking among new grocery, retail and residences.
UPDATE (7/8/2016): WRS delivers the FRESHEST batch of Underground Atlanta renderings.
Underground Atlanta, or what the New York Times has referred to as a "tacky, costly hole in the middle of the city," is getting closer to a long-delayed redevelopment.
WRS Real Estate, the company heading the rehaul of the property, has shared new renderings on its website.
The images depict a few different visions for what the property could look like in Downtown Atlanta. Plans call for a "live-and-shop" development with a new supermarket, new residences and retail at the site.
Other notable features in the renderings include a large, expanded parking lot at Wall Street and Central Avenue SW, and an elevated skywalk, possibly calling the design's pedestrian-friendliness into question - especially when considering Underground Atlanta's proximity to Five Points MARTA station.
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