THE STORY

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Iconic, distinct markets help define great American cities—from Seattle’s vibrant Pike Place Market to the diversity of Washington D.C.’s Eastern Market and Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall.  With The Beacon, Pellerin Real Estate has broadened the scope of the city’s transforming commercial landscape to include southeast Atlanta. An eclectic variety of shopping, dining, and cultural experiences in the heart of Grant Park and on the Beltline’s Southside Trail allows neighbors and visitors alike to enjoy a unique experience programmed with the finest local entrepreneurs and tailored to the needs of the community.

The Beacon project reshaped six former industrial buildings into a keystone of nine walkable acres ideal for family fun, date nights or even errand runs. Its 110,000 square feet of restaurants and bars, a coffee shop, a bakery, a gourmet market, retail shopping, daycare, medical and wellness centers and the funky Artist’s Cove create a layered neighborhood experience that will satisfy patrons’ daytime and evening needs and desires.

 

 
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"The overall feel of The Beacon Atlanta is more typically European,” says Pellerin. “It’s a cultural center and a place where artistry comes to life. I want families to enjoy dinner and a night out, and for it to be a special place to bring a date or out of town guest.”

 

Most tenants are local businesses with successful locations elsewhere in the city, with several signed tenants having a global reach within their industry. 

 

 

“I am passionate that this project not only revitalize an almost forgotten part of the neighborhood, but that it also provide a venue for a curated blend of businesses to grow,” says Pellerin.

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