The Grove's inaugural event was Tres de Mayo, a celebration on the weekend of Cinco de Mayo.
Colony Square opened its new urban park space The Grove on May 3, just in time for summer.
The 10,000-square-foot green space at 14th and Peachtree Streets features 40-foot trees, Spanish Steps and tables and chairs. Colony Square, which is in the midst of a redevelopment spearheaded by owner and developer North American Properties, will host community events in the space throughout the year.
“We are excited to spend time in Midtown’s newest gathering place,” said Ginny Kennedy, Director of Urban Design at Midtown Alliance. “Not only will The Grove bring people together, it will help deliver on Midtown’s strategy to attract more investment to the district. Midtown Alliance remains focused on ensuring that vibrant public spaces are within an easy walk for everyone. Active public spaces on private property and permanently preserved public parks are not just amenities – they are integral for the exceptional quality of life people expect in Midtown.”
Here’s some of the other happenings at Colony Square:
Vertical construction has kicked off on Colony Square’s food hall, Main & Main and luxury dine-in movie theater IPIC.
Chick-fil-A reopened at the The Grove May 2.
Starbucks’ new location in The Square opens in May.
Colony Square upscale lounge Establishment reopened with an expanded patio and a new outdoor bar, “Tight Squeeze at Establishment,” which will overlook The Grove.
Construction kicked off on Sukoshi, a fast-casual sushi concept by Steve Palmer that will open later this year.
An all-female team of Atlanta artists began this on a 2,195-square-foot mural, “Moon Goddess,” on the north wall of 5Church. The artists will paint live on-site Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Grove will also serve as outdoor dining space for Colony Square restaurants like Chick-fil-A and Establishment.
Colony Square’s grand reopening is slated for May 2020. It will included 912,000 square feet of office space, 160,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, 262 residences and a 466-room W Hotel.