Peachtree Center

per person

Peachtree Center is a fully connected city-within-a-city that directly connects employees and visitors to everything they need in Downtown Atlanta. World-renowned architect, John C. Portman Jr. designed the three pairs of office towers, totaling 2.3 million square feet. Four of the office towers surround the…

Peachtree Center is a fully connected city-within-a-city that directly connects employees and visitors to everything they need in Downtown Atlanta. World-renowned architect, John C. Portman Jr. designed the three pairs of office towers, totaling 2.3 million square feet. Four of the office towers surround the newly redesigned food halls and retail spaces named the Hub. The first tower, the 27-story Tower 235 (formerly the North Tower) opened in 1968 with its mirror image twin, Tower 225 (formerly the South Tower) opening in 1971.

The second pair of towers includes the 30-story Tower 229 opened in 1974, with the attached shopping gallery atrium. Tower 233 (formerly Harris Tower), the other mirror-image twin, opened in 1976, along with the former Dinner Theater building atop the atrium. Connected by a diagonal sky bridge is the third pair of towers. The 30-story Marquis One at 245 Peachtree Center Avenue that opened with the Marriott Marquis in 1985 and the Marquis Two at 285 Peachtree Center Avenue opened in 1987. Both Marquis Tower street entrances feature a pair of the Les Lion d’Atlanta, sculptures designed by Oliver Strebelle.

Architect: John Portman & Associates; The Beck Group, 2019

Photos: Peachtree Center

Special programming

Building tours at 11 am and 1 pm each day.