Strolling at Downtown Atlanta (Peachtree Street Northeast – Atlanta Walk Part 2)
My walks in Midtown ended when I reached North Avenue NE. That is the border of Midtown and Downtown Atlanta. Since I am still in Peachtree St NE, I continued my stroll in the city. The significant things that I found in this walks are Bank of America Plaza, Emory University Hospital, SunTrust Plaza and Hardy Ivy Park. Below are some of my snapshots along the street in this part of Peachtree St NE.
After crossing North Avenue NE
Bank of America Plaza
The tower is recognized as 107th tallest building in the world. 14th tallest building in USA. It has a title as well as tallest building in Georgia and tallest building in any US state capital.
After crossing Pine St NE
SunTrust Plaza (Middle) from a distance
Emory University Hospital Midtown and Bank of America Plaza
At Baker St NE
“Ballet Olympia” sculpture by John Portman at SunTrust Plaza
Peachtree Street NE
Peachtree Street NE and Hardy Ivy Park
W Peachtree St NE
Carnegie Monument by Henri Jova at Hardy Ivy Park
“Grand Mercy” artworks by Jerry Peart at Hyatt Regency Atlanta
1. Plan to visit Downtown Atlanta ? – Please check latest information here
2. Entrance Fee – Walking in the city is totally free
3. Public Transportation Ticket – Use MARTA Breese Card, here’s the official website, here’s alternative site for the card
4. Directions to walk in this part of Peachtree Street NE using train :
If you will ride within Red Line or Gold Line regardless which station you will come from, just remember to get-off at North Avenue Station.
If you will ride in any of Blue or Green Line, you are required to transfer at Five Points Station and take Red or Gold Line and get off at North Avenue Station.
From North Avenue Station, get off at Ponce De Leon Avenue NW and turn right towards Peachtree Street NE. And walked along Peachtree Street towards Downtown direction or Baker Street NE