Atlantic Station is a mixed-used live, work, play development in Midtown. You’ll find apartments, condos, retails stores, restaurants, movie theater, gym and a grocery store on site along with regular events throughout the year.
A free shuttle is available at the Arts Center Station for service to Atlantic Station. The shuttle picks up and drops off passengers in the bus bay, and anyone can ride it. The station is at the corner of West Peachtree and 15th Streets and a sidewalk on 15th Street leads into the shuttle pick up area. Look for the long van.
Train + Shuttle
To reach the shuttle by train, use the red or gold line to reach the Arts Center Station. Go up two levels after exiting the train and follow signs to the buses. The shuttle also stops at Ikea.
Train + Walk
Looks can be deceiving. Atlantic Station is only a 15-minute walk away from the nearby train station. Plan to walk further to reach stores and the movie theater, however. Turn right on West Peachtree Street from the Arts Center Station then left on 17th Street.
Bus 37 departs from the Arts Center Station and travels on 17th Street with stops at Atlantic Station. You can also get on the bus on Defoor Avenue and Defoors Ferry Road. It is free to ride the bus if transferring from a train. Otherwise, pay exact cash or use a Breeze Card for payment.
Popular Next Stops
Atlantic Station to Lenox Mall/Buckhead
To reach Lenox Square from Atlantic Station, walk or take the free shuttle or bus from stops on 17th Street to the Arts Center Station. Board the first northbound train and exit at either Buckhead or Lenox, depending on if you are on a red or gold line train. Rail commute time is less than 10 minutes. Plan to walk 5 to 10 additional minutes to the mall after arriving in Buckhead.
Atlantic Station to Georgia Tech
Atlantic Station to the Airport
Since most people will have luggage if traveling to the airport, wait on 17th Street for bus 37 or the free shuttle to the Arts Center Station. From there, board the first southboard train and ride to the last stop. Rail commute time is approximately 24 minutes.
Atlantic Station to Ponce City Market
The fastest and easiest way to get to Ponce City Market from Atlantic Station is to request an Uber or Lyft car. Drive time without traffic is 15 minutes or less. It’s at least twice as long to complete a transit-only commute, which requires several transfers. First, walk or take the bus or shuttle to the Arts Center Station. Board the first southbound train and travel to the North Avenue Station. Transfer to bus 2 or 102 to reach the market.
Atlantic Station to Piedmont Park
Atlantic Station to Emory University
Walk or ride bus 37 or the free shuttle to the Arts Center Station. From there, you can choose to travel to either the Lindbergh Center or Midtown Station for connecting bus service to Emory.
The shorter option is to board the first northbound train and ride one stop to Lindbergh Center. Exit the train and transfer to bus 6, which travels to the Emory University campus. Commute time on the bus is about 18 minutes. However, if it is a long wait for the bus at Lindbergh Center, travel southbound one stop to Midtown. From there, transfer to bus 36 to reach Emory in 23 minutes. View bus schedules or use Google Maps to determine your best option in real-time.
Otherwise, request an Uber or Lyft car at Atlantic Station for a 15-minute car commute to Emory.
Atlantic Station to the Fox Theatre
Atlantic Station to The Fox is a fairly easy train commute. Walk, take bus 37 or the free shuttle via 17th Street to the Arts Center Station. Board the first southbound train and ride to the North Avenue Station. Follow signs to the Fox Theatre exit at the north end of the train platform to exit the station. This exit leads to 3rd Street (turn right once outdoors).
Atlantic Station to Mercedes-Benz Stadium