After a year of renovations, the midcentury 1776 Peachtree Building is looking fresh, thanks to $14 million in interior and exterior work.
The office building in southern Buckhead—originally opened in 1963—received a 21st century update, while the exterior midcentury character was largely retained.
A new plaza facing Peachtree Street, as well as new glass storefronts at the base of the building, help tie it into the surrounding neighborhood.
According to the building’s website, there is a (yet to be filled) restaurant space at the ground floor. Unfortunately, it seems that the once-planned rooftop restaurant and bar was nixed. The building also features a coffee shop, grab-and-go-dining options, and more than 200,000 square feet of office space.
Office tenants will see fully upgraded interior spaces with exposed structures and ductwork. The lobby features accent walls with reclaimed wood and bright artwork.
Numerous office leasing options are available, ranging from 1,000 to 22,000 square feet of space, the building’s website notes.
- 1776 Peachtree [website]
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