The Beacon from the top of Grant St.
The Beacon Atlanta is bringing unique loft and artists work spaces and daily conveniences into the Grant Park neighborhood. Since the concept was unveiled in early 2016, the redevelopment of warehouses on the southern edge of Grant Park has promised to infuse the area with life.Encompassing six buildings across roughly nine acres, the adaptive reuse project is filling out its 51 units with Fitness, Child Care and Child Enrichment, Coffee, Breakfast, Lunch, Chiropractic and wellness center, hair and nail salons, a Market, Baked Goods, Therapeutic Services and Massage.
The Beacon off of Grant Street will house 51 tenants in six buildings taking up somewhere around nine acres.
A dermatology office is just one of the tenants at The Beacon.
The corner of Building A will house Hammer & Nails a male grooming shop.
The Beacon symbol prominently displayed on the wall inside Building A.
Painting the walls of a fitness center, one of the newest tenants of The Beacon.
The office for Lalabu is located in Building A where folks are filling orders for baby wearing clothing.
A larger space in Building A waiting to be built out.
The Artist Cove houses four studios in between buildings A and B at The Beacon.
The Artist Cove looking towards Building B.
A mural on the side of Building B.
Globes and string lighting along the hallways of Building B.
Buildouts continue for tenants such as BakerDude, Haute Cookie and more.
The entrance to this hall in Building B is made from different colored pieces of wood.
Patria Cocina takes over the corner spot in Building B.
Inside Patria Cocina.
Buildings C (right) and D. C holds the powerhouse ButeCo Coffee Shop. D fills out with Pin & Proper and a still to be filled smaller space.
The smaller space in Building D still being built out.
A full look back at Building B from the parking lot at Building D.
You may recognize the giant star sculpture from along the Beltline in front of the 1030 and 1040 buildings of The Beacon.