A hospitality-forward working environment of the future, 1020 Spring Street features lively workspaces, extensive amenities, and flourishing greenery woven throughout the tower,
The project welcomes users in through an intimate lobby with a café, before continuing to the amenity floor above. One of the largest dedicated amenity spaces KPF has designed, it spans the full floorplate with a fitness center and indoor and outdoor gathering spaces.
On top of the above-grade parking garage, a covered terrace offers views of the west side of the city. Outdoor spaces continue as one climbs the building, including a midlevel terrace dedicated to a single tenant, a green roof, and a penthouse terrace. Balconies are staggered on each floor so that every level has access to the outdoor space. The highest point in Atlanta’s Midtown, 1020 Spring Street offers unapparelled views of the city.
Two horizontal bars span either side of a central core to comprise the building’s form, allowing for more unobstructed corners and balconies. The elegant, geometric pattern of the façade changes in modulation between the podium and tower above, showcasing the scale and different programs within 1020 Spring Street. A dark and rich material palette contrast the lush greens and lively interiors of the project.
Located just North of Tech Square, the city’s center for Georgia Tech-spawned businesses, 1020 Spring Street is easily accessible from the nearby highway, the adjacent Williams Street bike path, and Atlanta’s MARTA system.