Curbed Atlanta: Renovation of the MET is coming together

What was once the country’s largest single freestanding building is being transformed into a massive mixed-use complex, catered toward Atlanta’s creative community. 

Built in 1914 by Coca-Cola cofounder Asa Candler, Adair Park’s 1.1 million-square-foot former warehouse district—once known as the Metropolitan and now dubbed simply “The MET”—has been undergoing renovations that owner and developer Carter hopes will make the site the “cultural engine of Atlanta” for local creatives.

Read the full article in Curbed Atlanta.