Terminus is an urban mixed-use development in the Buckhead district of Atlanta. Conceived as a 24-hour live/work/play neighborhood, this high-density, vertical development was named after the historic commerce and transportation town that became Atlanta.
Terminus 100, the first building to be completed in the development, is the landmark tower that anchors the neighborhood at its most prominent corner: the intersection of Peachtree – Atlanta’s main avenue – and Piedmont streets.
Terminus 100 is a 27-story, 582,000-sq.-ft. office tower with approximately 69,500 sq. ft. of ground-level retail and a 14-story, 2,100-space parking structure. The building includes a health spa, fine dining, boutique retail and other upscale amenities. The tower rises from a vital retail base that provides all key services including a health spa, fine dining, boutique retail and other upscale amenities.
Terminus marked a new direction in development for this city, which has a rapidly growing business district but remains largely a commuter town. The dense development is rendered airy and accessible with predominantly clear glass cladding, multiple entryways, interior streets and courtyards and a pedestrian level that is devoted to store fronts and restaurants. The design of the tower responds to Buckhead’s less vertical, more residential character, and also to the importance of Peachtree Street.