It is no easy feat to incorporate a new city, but Peachtree Corners has done that successfully and admirably in just a few short years. With momentum in their back pocket and with just seven short years under their belt, Peachtree Corners recently celebrated the grand opening of their new Town Center. Constructed on one of the city’s only remaining undeveloped sizeable tracts of land on Peachtree Parkway, the $80 million project features anchor tenant CinéBistro, a high-end dinner and a movie theater, restaurants, retail shops, office space, townhomes and a 2-acre town green.

“Citizens should be proud of their city that it was able to successfully undertake this large-scale project and do so while maintaining a zero property tax,” said City Manager Brian Johnson.

The Town Center, a 21-acre mixed-use development located on the 5200 block of Peachtree Parkway, features entertainment venues, restaurants, shops, townhomes and a 2-acre town green. The town green, designed to be the heart of the Town Center includes two open-air pavilions, large oval-shaped lawn, performance stage, large screen TVs and café tables. It also includes an interactive water feature, fire pit, projection screen, open lawn, playable art and a community garden. A 3,000 square-foot veterans monument is also featured on the Town Green and includes seven sculptures donated by renowned sculptor, Chad Fisher.

“The Town Center and the 2-acre town green have been designed to be uniquely Peachtree Corners and are intended to become the heart of the city,” said Community Development Director Diana Wheeler.

In celebration, the community was invited to attend the grand opening celebration on April 27, which featured a ribbon cutting, parade and festivities. At the conclusion of the parade, the city council welcomed citizens and guests. Following the welcome, guests enjoyed a DJ playing music and strolling entertainment. The evening featured a performance on stage by the Atlanta Rhythm Section and concluded with an awesome drone show that lit up the night sky.

“In our Livable Centers Initiative study, we asked our citizens what they would like to see on this centrally-located piece of property. An overwhelmingly majority said what the city needed was a place where they could come together as a community,” said Mayor Mike Mason.

It is clear that Peachtree Corners created a space for the community to come together and so much more.

Restaurants / Food
Beard Papa’s – fresh and natural cream puffs
Farm Burger – freshly ground grass-fed burgers
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill – wood-fired steak, seafood, and more
First Watch – daytime café for breakfast, brunch, lunch
Gong Cha Tea – freshly brewed premium quality bubble tea
Kremo Ice Cream – gourmet ice cream rolls
Lazy Dog – restaurant and bar with a small mountain town vibe
Marlow’s Tavern – tavern fare in a modern atmosphere
Pokeworks – Hawaiian inspired poke
Revelator Coffee – modern café with specialty coffees
Salata Salad Bar – tossed-to-order salads and wraps
Taqueria Tsunami – Latin-Asian kitchen in a comfortable, contemporary setting
Tiff’s Treats – baked to order cookies for take-out or delivery
Uncle Jack’s Meat House – American bar and grill

Boardroom Salon for Men – relaxed grooming experience for men in an elegant environment
CinéBistro – luxurious theater with full service dining
European Wax Center – hair removal salon for her and him
For Eyes – eyeglasses, sunglasses and contact lenses
Hand & Stone – message and facial spa in a relaxing setting
Hollywood Feed – specialty pet food and supplies
My Salon Suite – suites of health and beauty professionals
Tipsy Salonbar – wellness salon with natural and organic products
TonyMoly – body care and makeup
Xfinity – TV, internet, voice and mobile services

Upcoming Events
Yoga on the Green: Tuesday mornings at 8 a.m.
Kentucky Derby: View the race on the big screen, Mint Juleps, hat contest, May 4, 5 – 9 p.m.
Concert on the Green: May 25, 8:30 p.m. Sister Hazel
Concert on the Green and Fireworks: June 29, 8:30 p.m. Queen Nation
Games on the Green: Friday mornings 8 a.m.-11 a.m. (June-August) (cornhole, checkers, etc.)
Veterans’ Monument dedication: June 15
Concert on the Green: July 27, 8:30 p.m. Departure
Flicks on the Green – Stuart Little, July 6 at 7 p.m. free movie series – the first Saturday of each month beginning Jun 1 through October.