The Mall at Peachtree Center Mallmanac, ca. 1996. View the full PDF version here.
The Peachtree Center traces its beginnings to the 1970s when the complex was planned as a "new" downtown for Atlanta. Its patrons and tenants are insulated from the oudoors and its accompanying street life by a serious of skywalks bridging the spaces between the similarly themed modern buildings. This disconnection from the social interaction of the pedestrians below is seen by many as a disadvantage, a view with which I agree. So, to each their own, although when in the capital of the New South, I'm much more likely to find what I'm looking for amongst the crowded sidewalks and quirkily ecclectic shops of Midtown and Piedmont Park.