In the past few years, seemingly countless blocks in Midtown have been transformed by development.
Apartments, offices, new retail spaces, and a couple of condo ventures have devoured former parking lots, vacant parcels, and low-scale development across the neighborhood.
Thanks to the magic of Google Streetview, we take a journey back in time to see what Midtown looked like just a few years ago, in 2014.
And then we time-warp again to earlier this year, with the most recent Google views from March.
While a lot more has changed in the intervening months, the images offer a clear picture of just how radically amorphous Midtown is these days. Featured sites move from north to south.
The view south down Peachtree Street from 16th Street, next to the High Museum. One Museum Place is on the left.
The view south down West Peachtree Street from 14th Street. Atlantic House is on the left and Icon Midtown is on the right.
Looking west down 11th Street from near Piedmont. Azure on the Park is on the left.
The view east down 11th Street from near West Peachtree Street. On the right is Post Midtown and in the background on the left is 66 11th.
The view of Alta Midtown, looking northwest at the intersection of 8th and Cypress streets.
On the southwest corner of Peachtree and 5th streets, Trace Midtown swallowed a tree-filled lot. Soon Caravanca Market will open in the ground-floor retail space.
Looking east down 3rd Street, across Peachtree Street. On the left is the now-revamped 715 Peachtree Street, and on the right is lilli Midtown, a tower nearing completion.