The Peachtree Corners Town Green had its grand opening last Saturday, which was attended by thousands of people. The event included a ribbon cutting ceremony, parade, and a concert by Atlanta Rhythm Section. TSW, a planning, architecture, and landscape architecture firm, worked with the City of Peachtree Corners and Fuqua Development to create a community gathering space at Peachtree Corners Town Center that includes a large oval amphitheater, open-air pavilion, interactive water feature, playable art, turf berms, a Veteran’s Memorial, and walking paths. The firm started conceptual design on the town green in 2015.
The Peachtree Corners Town Green is a new addition to the city and offers a space where residents can gather for events, such as concerts, festivals, and markets. The large oval amphitheater can accommodate up to 2,500 people, and the open-air pavilion provides a covered space for various activities. The interactive water feature is designed for children to play in, and the playable art offers an artistic and fun element for visitors.
In addition to providing a space for community events, the town green also includes walking paths for exercise and relaxation. The turf berms add a natural element to the space, and the Veteran’s Memorial honors those who have served in the military. The design of the town green is meant to promote community engagement and provide a space where residents can come together to enjoy various activities.
The Peachtree Corners Town Green is an excellent example of how urban design can create a sense of community and bring people together. The space offers a variety of amenities and activities for people of all ages to enjoy. With its open-air pavilion, interactive water feature, and playable art, the town green is sure to become a popular destination for residents and visitors alike.
For a recap of the day’s events and comments from the community, check out the article from WSBTV here and pictures from the Peachtree Corners Town Green Grand Opening below.