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Here's what Linton Hopkins will serve at C. Ellet's steakhouse
Atlanta Magazine | July 11, 2017

Linton Hopkins (Restaurant Eugene, Holeman and Finch) will open his steakhouse, C. Ellet's, at the Battery Atlanta at SunTrust Park later this month. The restaurant is named for Hopkins's great-grandfather, Charles Ellet, Jr., who worked as a a U.S. Army Corps engineer building bridges connecting the Southeast. (Ellett fought with the Union Navy and ultimately lost his life in the Battle of Memphis.)

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Wahlburgers opens at The Battery at SunTrust Park
Atlanta Journal Constitution | July 10, 2017

The burger chain that was created by chef Paul Wahlberg and his actor brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg has quietly opened doors at 455 Legends Place in The Battery at SunTrust Park.

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Home run: Battery Atlanta brings retail, entertainment to the Atlanta Braves' new stadium
Shopping Centers Today | July 1, 2017

Jeffrey Fuqua, co-founder and principal of Atlanta-based Fuqua Development, has wanted to develop a 74-acre forested site in northwest Atlanta for the past two decades, but major underground gas pipelines made the prospect financially unworkable. Now, with his firm as lead retail developer in a $1.2 billion partnership with the Atlanta Braves Major League Baseball franchise, he is finally realizing his dream. Three years ago the Braves decided to move from their Turner Field ballpark just outside downtown Atlanta to suburban Cobb County. The organization worked to relocate those gas lines as part of its agreement to develop a new $672 million stadium called SunTrust Park, along with the adjacent Battery Atlanta mixed-use project. The Braves' new ballpark opened for the baseball season on April 14.

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Peachtree Corners to break ground on Town Center project
Atlanta Business Chronicle | June 30, 2017

The city of Peachtree Corners plans to break ground on its Town Center project today.

The $103 million mixed-use development will sit on 21 acres along Peachtree Parkway.

Atlanta's Fuqua Development LLC is developing the 250,000-square-foot project. It will feature dine-in theater CineBistro, restaurants, shops, office space, 70 townhomes and a two-acre town green with a veterans monument and interactive water feature.

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Peachtree Corners town center groundbreaking set for Friday
Atlanta Journal Constitution | June 29, 2017

Peachtree Corners will break ground on its new 21-acre mixed-use town center at 2 p.m. June 30, near the traffic circle at the intersection of Peachtree Parkway and Forum Drive.

Constructed on one of the city's only remaining undeveloped sizeable tracts of land on Peachtree Parkway, the $103 million project will include anchor tenant Cinebistro, a dinner and a movie theater, restaurants, retail shops, office space, townhomes and a 2-acre town green.

The property had been slated for a 270 garden-style apartment development before the city stepped in to purchase the property in 2013.

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Work To Start On Town Center In Peachtree Corners
Peachtree Corners Patch | June 28, 2017

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA - Work on the much-anticipated Town Center development in downtown Peachtree Corners is about to get started.

On the eve of the city's fifth anniversary, a groundbreaking ceremony for the 21-acre, mixed-use development is set for Friday at 2 p.m.

The event will be held next to the traffic circle near the intersection of Peachtree Parkway and Forum Drive.

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CineBistro announces plans for Peachtree Corners Town Center location
Gwinnett Daily Post | June 20, 2017

New details were released on plans to bring CineBistro to the Peachtree Corners Town Center project that is underway in western Gwinnett this week.

The news that CineBistro is coming to Peachtree Corners is itself not new, since city officials announced in March that it would be part of the Town Center project. The upscale cinema and in-theatre dining brand's parent company, Cobb Theaters, released details of its leasing agreement with Fuqua Development on Monday, however.

This will be CineBistro's second location in Georgia - following the opening of its Town Brookhaven location in 2011.

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Braves, Mizuno Enjoying Glove Experience in SunTrust Park
Baseball America | June 20, 2017

For decades, fans have brought their glove to ballparks in hope of bringing home the most sought-after souvenir. When the Braves opened SunTrust Park, they wanted to experiment with giving more fans that experience and Mizuno was on board with baseball's first-ever Glove Experience.

The two Mizuno Glove Experience kiosks located inside the Left Field and Chop House gates of the park allow fans to pick out any style and size glove and with a $1 hold on a credit card and an email address, they can use it for the game.

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Georgia's second CineBistro confirmed for Peachtree Corners
Atlanta Business Chronicle | June 19, 2017

Upscale dine-in theater chain CineBistro on Monday confirmed it will open its second Georgia location in Peachtree Corners.

It will come to the 21-acre Town Center project, which will also include restaurants, shops, office space, residences and a town green. It's along Peachtree Parkway and across from The Forum. The project is being developed in partnership with Atlanta's Fuqua Development LLC.

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First Look: Todd English Tavern brings casual fine dining to The Battery
Atlanta Journal Constitution | June 19, 2017

The opening of Todd English Tavern in Live at The Battery Atlanta adjacent to SunTrust Park seems to be another sign that the entertainment district aims to be a year-round dining destination.

Of course, English has been a star chef since coming on the scene in the early '90s, and opening iconic fine dining restaurants such as Olives in Boston.

More recently, the English brand has been associated with airports, hotels and cruise ships, and international ventures from Orlando to Mexico City and Abu Dhabi, not to mention the Todd English Food Hall at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.

But Todd English Tavern is a homecoming of sorts for English, who lived in Atlanta between the ages of 6 and 16, and attended the Galloway School.

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