Atlantic Station is a neighborhood on the northwestern edge of Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States comprising a retail district, office space, condominiums, townhomes, apartment buildings and offers 60 stores.
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Atlantic Station Mall Phone : +1 404-733-1221
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 11:30 am - 7:00 pm
Atlantic Station Mall Address : 1380 Atlantic Dr, Atlanta, Georgia 30363, USA
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Directions and locations to Atlantic Station Mall: 1380 Atlantic Dr, Atlanta, Georgia 30363.
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About Atlantic Station Mall
Atlantic Station is located on the site of the Atlantic Steel mill, which opened in 1901. The steel mill was nearly closed in the mid-1970s, but it remained nominally operational primarily to avoid the huge costs it would have required to remediate the soil contamination present after years of operation.
Developer Jim Jacoby, who also redeveloped Florida’s Marineland, began putting the project together in 1997 when his company became the property contractor of the land. The redevelopment of the land into what is now Atlantic Station was financed largely by private investment, but was heavily supplemented by a special tax district to pay for city tax bonds for public utilities.