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The new home of the Atlanta Braves will be more than a state-of-the-art ballpark. It will redefine the traditional model of a “live, work, play” development as a “play, work, stay” destination. With its unique shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, people can play throughout the day – every day of the year.
And for those who want to stay more than a day, the community will offer approximately 500 residences, a boutique hotel and office space. The design respects and embraces the natural typography of the property, using abundant green space to create a park-like setting in an urban environment.
It will be a first of its kind: a brand new place to be that will simultaneously create a major sports venue and surrounding community, which will fit seamlessly together from the first pitch.
On Main Street, restaurants and shops along a spacious boulevard will allow visitors and residents to grab a bite to eat and shop for the latest fashions before or after the game. Roads inside the community will be open most days, but on game days streets will be partially closed to provide a more walkable environment for fans heading to the ballpark.
The plaza will be the non-stop center of the action outside of the stadium. Residents and visitors might catch a concert, movie, or microbrew in the entertainment venues neighboring the plaza, or enjoy a weekend street festival. And on game days, members of Braves Country will gather in the plaza to get fired up for the action inside the park and celebrate the win surrounded by iconic team monuments and championship flags. Outward-facing jumbo video boards also will show games and other programming.