A new rendering of the Underground Atlanta site courtesy of Atlanta Business Chronicle.
A new rendering of the Underground Atlanta site courtesy of Atlanta Business Chronicle.

A rendering of Upper Alabama Street at the redeveloped Underground Atlanta courtesy of Atlanta Business Chronicle.

The development company planning to transform Underground Atlanta has released a set of new renderings after older ones went viral on social media and on local news sites.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle posted the updated renderings supplied by South Carolina-based developer WRS, Inc., which also revealed that the company have an additional 14 buildings around Underground under contract.  Plans for the property envision a live-and-shop development with retail and residential space, including a supermarket.
Earlier this week, a set of old renderings popped up on Reddit and soon started making the rounds of social media as people weighed in on the design, parking lots and structures. You can see the older renderings below.
The City of Atlanta is still negotiating with WRS on the purchase price after making a controversial land swap with the state for a large parking deck next door to Underground in exchange for Bobby Jones Golf Course in Buckhead.
An old rendering of the Underground site shows a large surface parking lot along Alabama Street still being utilized.

An updated rendering shows retail or office space on the current parking lot along Alabama Street at left.