Buckhead Atlanta to celebrate first set of openings
by Nicole Dow
11:20 AM, Wednesday, September 17
Seven retailers are scheduled to debut Thursday as the highly anticipated $1 billion Buckhead Atlanta mixed-use development begins the first of its openings. “Just like any major city like New York or [Los Angeles], it’s a block-by-block redevelop...

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