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A 976-Room Hotel has Topped Off in Atlanta

Atlanta. (c) Mike CC-BY-Sa
Atlanta. (c) Mike CC-BY-Sa
29 March 2023 | Atlanta, United States

A 976-room hotel, Signia, has topped off in Atlanta, led by Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) along with Hilton and Skanska. The 453-foot-high (138.1-meter-tall) hotel is built on the repurposed foundation of the Georgia Dome and will connect to the Georgia World Congress Center when it opens in January 2024. The hotel is anticipated to support 1,000 new jobs during its operation. 

The hotel will offer 100,000 square feet (9,290 square meters) of meeting and event space, as well as the largest hotel ballroom in Georgia. 

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Boston-based Drew Company is the developer for the 1.2 million square foot (111,483 square meters) property with Gensler as the architect and a joint venture between Skanska and SG Contracting as the general contractor. The 42-story hotel contains 5,000-plus truckloads of concrete and features 302,728 square feet of glass.

For more on this story, go to signiabyhiltonatlanta.com.