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CBRE on Wednesday revealed the “future” of Tower Square by way of a new rendering, shown above. Tower Square is the redevelopment of the 1.8 million-square-foot, mixed-use tower formerly anchored by AT&T.
“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,” a Tower Square spokesperson told What Now Atlanta in an email.
The Annex, which previously served as an interior mall, is being reoriented so the storefronts face and interact with West Peachtree Street. The wifi-enabled Green, which features patio and covered seating, comes equipped with a screen spanning more than 2,000 square feet (61 feet wide X 34 feet tall). Last month, the team wrapped the first phase of renovations, which included lobby upgrades, exterior signage and the addition of the Green — now the “largest” private greenspace in Midtown. Phase II will begin this year.
“As the largest block of available Class-A space in the Southeast, CBRE’s leasing team is readying Tower Square for the inevitable return to office,” the spokesperson said.