Atlantic Station in Midtown is a redevelopment project on the former site of the Atlantic Steel Mill. It’s size has prompted the Postal Service to award the neighborhood it’s own zip code. It first opened in 2005. The neighborhood is mixed-use, and contains retail, office, residential, and hotel space. Most of the retail and office space is in an area known as The District which also has condominiums on the upper floors. The area known as The Commons is home to low-rise condominiums, apartments, townhomes, and a man-made pond. The neighborhood also contains the Millennium Arch, a monument “to celebrate peaceful accomplishment.” The Arch also holds several art exhibits.
Construction in Atlantic Station was orchestrated by the Camarilla. The area was originally a home to several Sabbat packs. However, the Camarilla bought real estate and pushed an urban renewal project in the area. Several ghouls were part of the construction crew, and they managed to remove several Sabbat during the day time. The rest were buried under new concrete and steel.