NAP Begins Vertical Construction at Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta, Announces May Openings

by John Nelson

ATLANTA — North American Properties (NAP) has begun vertical construction on the redevelopment of Colony Square, a massive mixed-use campus in Midtown Atlanta. The two components going vertical include the Main & Main food hall operated by Oz Rey and the new IPIC movie theater. In May, NAP plans to open a new 10,000-square-foot urban park named The Grove and a new Starbucks in Building 100. Reopenings at Colony Square in May include a Chick-fil-A, the bike house C-Cycle for Colony Square’s office tenants, the lobby of Building 400 and Establishment, which will debut its patio and outdoor bar this summer. Opening later this year is sushi restaurant Sukoshi, and NAP has commissioned an all-female team to paint a mural titled “Moon Goddess” that front Peachtree Street. Colony Square at full buildout will include 912,000 square feet of Class A office space, 160,000 square feet of retail and restaurants, a 466-room W hotel, outdoor space and 262 luxury residences. NAP is planning for Colony Square’s grand opening in May 2020. Colony Square’s project team includes office leasing firm Cushman & Wakefield, architect of record Lord Aeck Sargent, lead design firm Beyer Blinder Belle, landscape architect Site Solutions, general contractor Hoar Construction and civil engineer Kimley-Horn.

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