Those rumors were confirmed in November, as the venue prepped what was then called “temporary” accommodations in part of the sputtering shopping mall, which itself is slated for a slew of new development.
Now, it seems the Masquerade may make its digs permanent.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle reports that permits have been filed for to fit out more spaces at the old Undeground mall to accommodate Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory—the venue’s three performance areas.
Filings indicate the old food court and some retail spaces will be swallowed up to become a new two-story concert space. Pimsler Hoss Architects, a firm known for adaptive-reuse projects, is leading the $700,000 conversion.
Beyond that, few details are available regarding specific plans, though Underground Atlanta developer WRS Realty suggested they’re interested in the venue remaining part of the reincarnated downtown hub.
In decades past, Underground was nationally known as a rollicking late-night emporium with a variety of clubs and live music venues, but that reputation died as the property underwent several different attempts at reinvention, to varying degrees of success.
For more information on the project, check out the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
- The Masquerade likely to stay at Underground Atlanta [Atlanta Business Chronicle]
- Masquerade readies to open at Underground Atlanta with no plans for another location [Curbed Atlanta]
- Exclusive: The Masquerade could be moving to Underground Atlanta [Curbed Atlanta]