Malls in Atlanta
No matter your reason for visiting Atlanta, some shopping needs to be on your agenda. With upscale malls such as Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square, to neighborhood staples like Greenbriar Mall, shoppers can find the perfect outfit, home décor or accessory for every season or occasion. Take in the scenery at Atlantic Station, Atlanta’s outdoor shopping center. Want something new? Keep up with trends at the historic Ponce City Market where retailers showcase their wares for Atlanta’s savvy shoppers. Or, hit the newly renovated Hub at Peachtree Center, to indulge in the latest and greatest. Get everything you need and more in Atlanta’s premier and on-trend shopping destinations.
Buckhead Village District
Fashionable travelers from around the world visit Buckhead Village District to experience a distinctive collection of more than 50 designer shops, restaurants and cafes set amidst six beautifully landscaped streets. Visitors will discover world-renowned luxury brands along with today’s contemporary designer labels that are exclusively found only in Buckhead Village District. Shop brands including Dior, Hermes, Tom Ford, Christian Louboutin and more. Culinary delights await travelers as well, with an outstanding menu of local, regional and international cuisines from an array of signature restaurants.
Greenbriar Mall is a regional shopping center and premier shopping destination that has served the Atlanta community and surrounding areas for more than 50 years. The mall is just a 10-minute drive from Hartsfield-Jackson International — the world’s busiest airport. As one of the first malls in Georgia, Greenbriar offers an extensive list of national and regional shops. In addition to extensive and unique shopping opportunities, Greenbriar also boasts numerous celebrity shoppers, from Big Boi and Andre 3000 of OutKast to CeeLo Green, Goodie Mob and even Snoop Dogg. Greenbriar is also home to the first-ever Chick-fil-A restaurant, which is just one of many dining options offered inside the mall. With over 70 percent of the stores inside Greenbriar being locally owned, this mall is a mainstay for the community and a must-visit attraction for visitors.
The Hub At Peachtree Center
There’s no better place in downtown Atlanta than The Hub at Peachtree Center to satisfy your shopping needs. Come explore more than 50 restaurants, shops and services. Satisfy your cravings with food choices of nearly every variety, from popular eateries like Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, Firehouse Subs and Beni’s Cubano. Indulge your inner sports fanatic at The Fan’s Wear, or pamper yourself with a luxurious mani/pedi at our nail salon. The Hub is easily accessible via the on-site Peachtree Center MARTA station and offers a wealth of experiences and brands for all types of shoppers.
Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square
Visit Atlanta’s most luxurious shopping centers: Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square. With chandeliers, marble floors, grand staircases and high-end retailers, guests can immerse themselves in Atlanta’s elite shopping and dining scene. Shop brands you love like Neiman Marcus, FENDI, Burberry, Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Gucci and more. In Lenox Square, discover over 250 specialty boutiques, with valet amenities and full-service restaurants. At Phipps Plaza take cooking classes, check out LEGOLAND Discovery Center, or view a movie at the 14-screen AMC theatre. Find the best of the best at these must-visit malls.
Ponce City Market
Located at the intersection of the Virginia Highland, Old Fourth Ward, Midtown and Poncey-Highland neighborhoods, Ponce City Market is an epicenter of Atlanta retail and happenings. The venue spans over two million feet and offers a wealth of experiential opportunities. Enjoy some of the most incredible views of the Atlanta skyline from atop Ponce City Market. The building, formerly known as Sears, Roebuck & Co., is one of the South’s tallest brick buildings. Consider yourself a foodie? The dining at Ponce City Market features James Beard Award-winning chef’s preparing world-class food, from Georgia and Carolinas-caught seafood to classic burgers and house-made pasta. From morning coffee to lunchtime shopping and date-night dinners, the Central Food Hall is a daily gathering place and culinary destination, year-round. With a carnival on the roof, there’s no limit to the fun you can have. Skyline Park, atop Ponce City Market, features boardwalk-style games, an 18-hole mini-golf course, and classic carnival fare fit for kids and adults. This historic building has served as a retail space since the 1860s and continues to serve as home to retail stores, restaurants, offices, venues and residences alike.
The Atlantic Station neighborhood in Atlanta is the national model for smart growth and sustainable development. Picture a community with unsurpassed architectural quality, a fusion of functionality and finesse that combines an attractive mix of affordable, middle-income and upscale housing with world-class restaurants, theaters and retailers. This section of Atlanta comprises the majority of the area’s retail and office space. Shop at Dillard’s, Gap and H&M, catch a flick at the 18-screen Regal Cinemas, and enjoy a delicious meal at The Pig & The Pearl or Yard House. On the right day, you might even catch a beer festival or an outdoor movie showing in Atlantic Green. Atlantic Station is accessible via MARTA. Take the red or gold line to Arts Center Station and hop on the free Atlantic Station Shuttle. This 24-hour community is abuzz with pedestrian traffic on its wide boulevards and crowds of people in the sidewalk cafes. The result? A quality of life unmatched in the Southeast.
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