Passport Springs & Spa this week released new renderings for the planned immersive hot springs venue underway in Forsyth County.
Set to break ground in early 2023, Passport Springs & Spa will “visually transport guests to the exotic locations of Costa Rica, Rome, Israel and Japan, by recreating the most celebrated hot springs from across the globe,” a spokesperson for the venue told What Now Atlanta in an email alongside the new visuals.
Passport Springs & Spa is slated to debut in fall 2023 offering the “largest spa” in North America, with more than 40,000 square feet of interior space and approximately 150,000 square feet of outdoor space.
Leading the development is Jacob Bloch, the CEO of Passport Experiences, who has “extensive experience” working with hot springs and recreational real estate ventures. Voelker Gray Design, the team behind Glen Ivy Hot Springs in California, Cabo Azul Resort in Cabo, and Cancun Resort in Las Vegas, is serving as the architect and designer.
“Metro Atlanta is the perfect location for Passport Springs & Spa due to its vibrant culture and position as an international hub,” Bloch said in prepared statement when the project was first announced in April. “There is nothing like Passport anywhere in the world, and we look forward to opening our doors and providing a worldly experience for our guests. Whether they’re soaking in a pool with friends or making new ones, immersing into our unparalleled spa amenities, or dining at our rooftop restaurant, guests will have breathtaking reasons to come back for more.”
Passport Springs & Spa will be situated adjacent to the Collection in South Forsyth, at the intersection of GA 400, State Route 141 and Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The project hit a major milestone in July for moving forward and is expected to generate half-a-billion in economic impact.