ATLANTA - It has changed its name and has undergone a $5 million project to make it a premier workspace in Downtown Atlanta.
The former Centennial Tower has been renamed 101 Marietta Street. The Dilweg Companies, which manages the property, has announced a number of companies that will call the renovated 36-story Class A office tower home. The industries include media, entertainment, logistics, education, architecture and professional services.
“The significant investment made by our team has created a future-ready workplace that is fostering rapid growth,” Jerry Banks, Managing Director at the Dilweg Companies was quoted as saying in a release.
The Associated Press, Harris & Smith, Thought Horizon, CH Robinson, AIRMI, Southern Education, Urban One, eBecs, and Volkert, Inc. were among those companies announced Monday.
“We are thrilled to welcome this diverse and dynamic group of new tenants to 101 Marietta Street,” Banks was quoted as saying.
101 Marietta Street now boasts a state-of-the-art and an award-winning front lobby designed by Perkins+Will with restaurant-style booths and collaborative workspaces. It also features a modern conference center with training rooms, a reimagined fitness center, and a lounge known as the “The Hub” which is a place to take a break in style with televisions, a pool table, couches and a kitchen with barstool-style seating.
“Downtown Atlanta is on the rise, and 101 Marietta Street’s elite amenities, competitive pricing, and superior connectivity continues to generate interest across a variety of sectors,” Banks said.
The renovated complex is within walking distance of three separate MARTA stations and is a short hike from such downtown attractions as Centennial Olympic Park, CNN Center, Georgia Aquarium, the College Football Hall of Fame and the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.