Coming Soon to Alpharetta
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Alpharetta Conference Center
Opening January 2018
Graceful, modern Southern hospitality is infused throughout a walkable community of shopping, dining, lodging, working and entertaining all in the heart of Avalon at Alpharetta.
- 44,000 square feet of flexible meeting space connected to the 330-room Hotel at Avalon
- Accommodating up to 1,400 people
- More than 16 premier dining options
- 1st gigabit community in Atlanta
- Alpharetta Conference Center Meeting Specs
Hotel at Avalon and Alpharetta Conference Center
Opening January 2018
330 guestrooms and suites
9000 Avalon Blvd.
Opening February/March 2018
7955 North Point Parkway
Courtyard by Marriott
Opening Date: September 2018
Old Milton Pkwy.
Opening Date: May 2019
Old Milton Pkwy.
Opening Date: TBD
12075 Morris Road
The roughly $85 million next phase of Alpharetta City Center will include 105,000 square feet of restaurants and retail, three acres of greenspace and gardens; 36,000 square feet of office, and 168 apartments. The 26-acre City Center project already includes city hall, a library, a park and town green. Hedgewood Homes is also underway on 42 single-family homes.
Jinya Ramen Bar
Lapeer, a seafood market
Never Enough Thyme
Raw Juice Boutique
Shade Street Food and Bar
Natural Body Spa and Shoppe
Liberty Hall, previously an abandoned gas station in the historic Alpharetta downtown district, will be a four-story commercial building with offices, shops, a restaurant and a rooftop social club. The building owned by the American History Guild will have Italianate architecture located at 33 South Main Street with handmade brick and custom-made wrought iron.
One of the slated restaurants is Chef Todd Hogan’s Prairie. Hogan recently opened Indigo restaurant and lounge in the Crabapple area of Milton and also has Branch & Barrel in Avalon, as well as Branchwater in the Vickery area of Cumming. Liberty Cigar Company will have a retail location on the first floor of Liberty Hall. Each individual premium cigar is hand-crafted and designed with care. Liberty Hall will have 9,500 square feet for a restaurant and retail, 12,000 square feet of offices, and 7,000 square feet for a social club called The Founder’s Club. An owner of the building, John Adams (his real name as he is a descendent of the Founding Fathers), formed the American History Guild to tell America’s story. He is excited about building in Alpharetta and the private social club has already started to accept memberships. They are planning on a first quarter 2018 full opening and expect full occupancy.
Restaurants at Teasley Place
Coalition Food and Beverage
Maple Street Biscuit Company
Haynes Bridge Road area
The Daily, a forthcoming dining development planned for Alpharetta, has revealed two big names as the first tenants on its roster: King of Pops Bar and Biscuit Love. The Daily, developed by local firm Revel and Fresh Hospitality out of Nashville, will take up 14,000 square feet at 11556 Rainwater Drive, a location that previously housed The Varsity and is just northeast of North Point Mall. Developers hope to combine “the best aspects of casual restaurants, beer gardens, food halls, and event space in one unique, communal experience,” according to an official announcement. In addition to indoor space, there will be a 7,000-square-foot garden courtyard, which will host music, games, and other activities. The Daily is expected to open to the public next May.
A mixed-use project is planned for 62 acres off Lakeview Parkway between Morrison Parkway and Haynes Bridge Road. The project will feature townhomes, rental units, retail, restaurants, lake, park, pedestrian trails and a hotel.