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Featured Sites - City Springs

City Springs is a multi-purpose complex in the center of the City Springs District including a performing arts center, retail outlets, residential elements, meeting space, city government offices as well as an outdoor green/park space. The heartbeat and jewel of City Springs is the Performing Arts Center, a world-class cultural asset that serves people from around the metro Atlanta area and beyond. PAC nite view

The goal of the Performing Arts Center is to build and provide exceptional arts and cultural programming, contributing to the vibrancy of the community. Among the features is the Byers Theatre, a 50,000 square-foot performance theatre which will support a wide range of programs and activities.  The theatre features excellent sight lines, with seating for 1,070 on three levels including box seats. The theatre's state-of-the-art performance technology offers a robust lighting inventory and a cinema-quality 4K projector and screen. The Studio Theatre is adjacent to the main hall with 5,000 sq ft of flexible space. The Studio Theatre can be configured to serve the community as a meeting space, venue for small performances, or location for corporate meetings and banquet-style events. Located above the Studio Theatre is an open-air Parkview Terrace and Conference Center. Multiple meeting and event spaces can fit the needs of meetings of all sizes. As City Springs is located on one of the highest ridgelines along the Piedmont Plateau, views of both the North Georgia Mountains and Atlanta's southward skyline are captured from the terrace view. Finally, the City Springs campus includes a large, four-acre park which can city greenbe used for gatherings, festivals, and outdoor concerts. Shaded areas are designed for a quiet game of chess, a good book or simply a vantage point for people watching. The City Green also boasts water features, inspired by the springs that give the City its name.


Powers Ferry

Powers Ferry is part of the 30 million square foot Cumberland-Galleria office market, the fifth largest in the metro Atlanta area. The Powers Ferry area offers a variety of quality office towers, meeting venues and access to regional shopping and cultural centers such as the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Located along I-285 and close to I-75 on the west, and convenient to Georgia 400 on the east, the Powers Ferry area offers companies locating here the opportunity to enjoy mature trees and the serenity along the Chattahoochee River, all adjacent to one of the metro area’s most convenient interstate interchanges.

  • Within the immediate area is a full-service Wyndham hotel, upscale dining at Ray’s on the River, various fast-casual eateries and several neighborhood shopping centers.
  • Abundant recreational opportunities for employees, with direct access to the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area.
  • Home to companies such as Graphic Packaging International, Intercontinental Exchange, and ADP.

North Sandy Springs

The North Sandy Springs area, centered around the Northridge exit on Georgia 400, offers 1.7 million square feet of office space in an area known for easy access to the Central Perimeter area to the south, and historic Roswell to the north. The area is served by numerous MARTA bus stops, making it easy for employees to choose how to get to work. The area is also home to some of the most desirable residential areas of north Fulton County.

  • Centered around the intersection of Northridge Road and Roswell Road, five miles north of I-285, at the Northridge exit on Georgia 400.
  • Offers excellent access to Roswell, Buckhead and downtown Atlanta. Hartsfield International Airport is located approximately 35 miles from the exit.
  • Home to companies such as Xerox's ACS.


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