Well, it is closed and it isn’t closed.
Lower Alabama Street is currently closed for construction. All shops have been relocated to Upper Alabama Street to the ground level spaces. The lower level of Underground is being transformed into a mix of retail, office and maker workspaces with communal areas.
Kenny’s Alley, Upper Alabama Street & Pryor Street shops, as well as Peachtree Fountains Plaza, are currently open to visitors.
Shops that were originally located on the lower level of Underground have been relocated to Upper Alabama Street while the lower level is under construction.
Check out our directory for an updated list of all tenants.
Kenny’s Alley (where Masquerade is located), Upper Alabama Street & Pryor Street shops, as well as Peachtree Fountains Plaza, are currently open to visitors.
Check out our directory to see what Underground has to offer.
Did we mention we also have some new murals by local artists? So yeah, Underground is still a great place to visit for those insta-worthy shots.
Visit our leasing page! We can’t wait for you to be a part of our downtown community.
We absolutely can not wait for you to move to Underground! But unfortunately, we have to wait.
The estimated delivery date for student housing and affordable housing is 2020. While additional multi-family living spaces are estimated to be available in 2021.
Construction has already begun on the Block 3 while Block 1 and 2 will see construction starting at the end of 2018 with an estimated delivery date of fall 2020. Within the next few years, Underground will be transforming into a much needed sustainable downtown community. Check out a snapshot of the four block transformation.
Here are just a few things:
- Office and Maker workspaces
- Coworking options
- A mix of retail shops
- A grocery store
- Student housing
- Affordable housing
- Multi-family housing
- A new hotel
- And more!
It’s amazingly simple. Just take any train to Five Points and follow the signs to the Peachtree Street exit. Keep right for a doorway marked “Underground Atlanta.”
There are also several conveniently located bus stops, within minutes of Underground.
You can put your money on “No”. There are currently no plans to open a casino.