The night is brisk and lively. You’ve purchased tickets to go see your favorite band, but you’ve arrived a bit too early. Instead of turning around and finding a bar, you make way to the rooftop and enjoy a hand-crafted cocktail. Looking down, you see cars zooming by on Peachtree ST., and when you turn your head to the sky, you see the iconic marquee lights of the Fox Theatre. This my friends, is not a dream, but a reality in the making.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, the rooftop terrace at the Fox Theater will allow access to their patrons. Named after the dazzling lights, the Marquee Club will be the most significant expansion to the theatre since its opening to the public in 1929. Stylized in Moroccan décor, the new space will feature 10,000 square-feet of premier event space, and nearly 4,000 square feet of rooftop terrace.
The Fox Theatre also announced a new exclusive 7-year partnership between the Marquee Club and their long-time sponsor, Lexus.
Slated to open Fall 2017, the Marquee Club will become available to annual membership holders, as well as for ticket upgrades at specific performances.
We are very excited for our neighbors down the street, and we look forward to seeing the Fox’s expansion over the upcoming months!
Posted: January 20, 2017
Councilmember Kwanza Hall presents an achievement award from AIA Atlanta given in his name to Midtown Alliance COO Shannon Powell at a special event on November 17. Credit: Perfect Day Photos
Architectural passion lives in Midtown Atlanta, home to several firms that have designed stunning projects in cities worldwide, not to mention their own backyard. Within a short stretch of Peachtree Street are the Atlanta offices of nearly a dozen firms. And one Midtown Alliance leader has been instrumental throughout her career in creating the conditions for these firms to do great work. Read More »
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Posted: December 1, 2016
All is bright in Midtown Atlanta this winter. Literally.
Midtown Alliance is lighting up open spaces throughout Midtown for the fifth year in a row, stringing around 100,000 LED lights in many of the district’s parks and plazas. Read More »
Posted: November 30, 2016
Kicking off a tour of the United States, The High Museum opened an exhibit of photographs by Thomas Struth, entitled Nature & Politics, on October 16. Read More »
Posted: October 17, 2016
Thanks to everyone who dropped in to celebrate Midtown Atlanta's recent win as one of only five neighborhoods in the country to make the American Planning Association's 2016 list of "Great Places in America." More than 200 business and civic leaders, residents and workers turned out for the event, which featured remarks from City of Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed. See replay highlights in this short video:
This is your award, Midtown ATL! The celebration continues, with more ways to tell your friends, neighbors, co-workers and clients about this shared win.
Posted: October 12, 2016