District atlanta

District atlanta

District atlanta

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In short, District Atlanta is a rhapsodic, euphonious audio/visual experience that arouses the senses and satisfies every inkling of desire. When it comes to sound and audio, no expense was spared. District is the only venue in the US where you will find this unique 300+ floating orbs kinetic light system paired with a state of the art laser show, LED walls, and best in class audio system led by Pioneer Tour One CDJs

“It is our mission to be Atlanta’s go-to good time destination! Hosting a variety of events ranging from world renowned DJs, live bands, body art exhibits, MMA fights, amateur wrestling, and many more, District Atlanta truly has something for everyone!” (Source: districtatlanta.com “Looking to amplify your experience? District Atlanta offers exclusive VIP bottle service which includes express entry, a reserved table, personal drink service to your guests, and customizable bottle presentation to truly personalize your celebration!” (Source:districtatlanta.com))

Downtown is bound by North Avenue to the north, Boulevard to the east, Interstate 20 to the south, and Northside Drive to the west. This definition of Downtown includes central areas like Five Points, the Hotel District and Fairlie-Poplar and outlying inner city neighborhoods such as SoNo and Castleberry Hill. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Downtown Atlanta is the central business district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The largest of the city's three commercial districts, it is the location of many corporate or regional headquarters; city, county, state and federal government facilities; Georgia State University; sporting venues; and most of Atlanta's tourist attractions. It measures approximately four square miles, and had 26,700 residents as of 2010. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

Atlanta's first resurgence began during Reconstruction. In 1868, Georgia's state capital was moved to the city from Milledgeville. By the 1920s, a downtown business sector ringed by residential districts hadThe Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID) organization, though, defines a much smaller downtown area measuring just one and two tenths square miles. This area is roughly bound by North Avenue to the north, Piedmont Avenue and the Downtown Connector to the east, Martin Luther King Junior Drive, Courtland Street, and Edgewood Avenue to the south, and the railroad tracks to the west. This area only includes the core central business district neighborhoods of Fairlie-Poplar, Five Points, the Hotel District, Centennial Hill, and South Downtown.

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