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Best Shopping Districts in Atlanta

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Strategically located right at the corner of North Avenue and Glen Iris Drive, Ponce City Market is a vibrant hub of activity. Housing a number of eating establishments, high end brands and some of the best residences in Atlanta, the building truly lives up to its history. Built in 1926, and despite various restorations, the structure retains its historic value. A true landmark of the city, Ponce City Market represents old world classic with a twist.

Established in 2008, the Westside Provisions District is an upscale shopping district, located in the eponymous neighborhood. Ardent shoppers will find the best retail outlets of the city here, making it nothing short of a paradise for shoppers. While high-end brands bring the finest of products, fine dining restaurants floor gastronomes with delectable meals. If you haven’t worked up that much of an appetite yet, you can also head to snack bars offering quick bites on the go. Located in the heart of the city, Westside Provisions District is easily accessible from the main highways of the city.

Occupying the northern part of Atlanta, Buckhead is a bustling commercial center, and one of the most affluent districts of the city. The district traces its origins to the early 19th Century, and is one of the largest business districts in Atlanta. Home to the Lenox Square mall, one of the country's oldest shopping malls, Buckhead is particularly known for its wealth of shopping options. From high-end designer boutiques and jewelry stores to intriguing antique shops and design stores, the district has something to indulge every kind of shopper. A fine selection of restaurants and nightlife options complete the experience.

This stretch of Peachtree Road could well be considered the Rodeo Drive of the South, and nowhere is that more evident than at this upscale mall. Several hundred glitzy boutiques and specialty shops are spread throughout four levels, along with national anchors Neiman Marcus, Macy's, and Bloomingdale's. Arguably Atlanta's best French and sushi restaurants are located within the mall, as well as several other restaurants majorly serving American cuisine. Considered a sister mall to the nearby Phipps Plaza, this mall is a gem in Atlanta's shopping crown.

A family-friendly entertainment complex located on Atlanta's outskirts, The Battery Atlanta is a one-stop destination for dining, shopping, and more. Its shopping roster hosts a wide range of brands, retailers, and local boutiques, whereas eateries such as Superica, Yard House, and the Garden & Gun Club all offer excellent culinary experiences. Omni Hotel, a modern luxury hotel, is also located within the Battery's sprawling premises.

Atlantic Station is an all-encompassing community that features upbeat and relatively low-priced housing along with restaurants, theaters, shopping zones and parks. The motive of Atlantic Station is to provide an easy source of living for locals to lead a happy and cheerful life. Several events and music festivals are held around this place from time to time. One of the most happening places in the city, no visit to Atlanta can ever be complete without exploring this area and experiencing the cultural ethos of the people here.

Located east of downtown Atlanta, the district of Little Five Points traces its history to the early 20th Century when it served as a commercial hub for the city. While it's no longer known for its commercial activities, the neighborhood is home to an intriguing and unique array of independent establishments that have helped shape the area's reputation as a bohemian hotspot. From independent bookstores and coffee shops to galleries and theaters, the district offers quite a lot for the culturally inclined. Spend a day exploring the variety of shops dedicated to the alternative culture that has developed here.

Shops Around Lenox, an open-air shopping center in Atlanta's Buckhead District, offers a premier shopping experience. The shopping center houses a variety of sophisticated brands such as Kendra Scott and Lululemon, as well as independent boutiques such as fab'rik. It also serves as a hub for a number of local events throughout the year. After a long day of shopping, treat yourself to a delicious meal at Dantanna's or relax with a refreshing drink at Root Juices.

This vast collection of shopping, dining and entertainment outlets (100+) is located in the heart of downtown's business district. Covering six city blocks, the underground mall is anchored by the World of Coca-Cola, which sits behind a 138-foot (42-meter) light tower at the entrance. Many specialty retailers and restaurant chains are represented between Upper Alabama and Central Avenue, while the rustic-themed Lower Alabama street market is home to smaller stores, quaint eateries and several nightlife options. Business hours of stores may vary.

A one-stop destination for all and sundry, Edgewood Retail District has been one of Atlanta's favorite shopping spots since its opening. The sprawling shopping center features a fantastic mix of national chain stores, independent boutiques, and American brands for you to shop from, besides a smattering of food and beverage options as well. Find everything from Target and Kroger, to Marshalls and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

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