Linked to Skyline Park, a “modern beer garden” restaurant concept known as Nine Mile Station is striving to spread out in August, authorities stated. Recption menus includes wine and “elevated concessions,” and also the patio space appears ample for taking pleasure in the urban vistas.
The all-encompassing skyline sights Atlantans have wanted for a long time are going to become open to everyone.
Past the theme park, the rest of the 4.3 acres from the Roof will host more restaurants, a sizable event space (500-person capacity), and space for building tenants. The vintage elevator opens just like a mouth to show this lobby (below) that accesses another spaces.
The Rooftop boasts probably the most sweeping, public-accessible sights of Atlanta outdoors of — maybe — the Westin Peachtree Plaza and Stone Mountain.
Once Skyline Park debuts, visitors can count on paying between $1 (one trip around the slide) to around $10 (night time rates for miniature golf) to experience. Halfway games will definitely cost a few dollars, and also the Heege — a ride that simulates free-fall — is going to be around $5, authorities stated Sunday. Family packages might be available, too.
In a preview event Sunday, authorities stated Ponce City Market’s Skyline Park — the colorful area of the Roof with vintage games, concessions, and booze — is anticipated to spread out this Friday, pending final inspections.