Last month, Regency’s Powers Ferry Square in Atlanta, GA unveiled an exciting new addition to the shopping center: a captivating mural that pays homage to the local community. Designed by Regency’s Lisa Remmy, painted by Ernesto and Lenia Torres of Buckhead Murals, and situated at one of the entrances to the center, the nature-inspired installation features a colorful, leafy landscape and hashtags that reflect the neighborhood’s beloved nearby Chastain Park.
With a strong focus on non-residential sectors like real estate and shopping centers, the Buckhead Murals duo is committed to leaving their mark through public art installations around the city of Atlanta and beyond. With Powers Ferry’s close proximity to the vibrant 268-acre Chastain Park — Atlanta’s third largest park and the premier park of Buckhead — this mural represents the colors, tone and feel of the popular gathering place, and creates an alluring, “Instagrammable” touchpoint for passersby and shoppers alike.
We couldn’t be happier with how this mural turned out,” said Lisa Remmy, Design Manager. “It represents the heart of our shopping center and community at-large so beautifully. The Buckhead Murals team did such an amazing job, per usual. We’ve worked with them on other murals around the shopping center in the past, and look forward to continuing our partnership in the future.
Located in a densely populated, affluent area with a workplace population of 150,000+ in three miles, Powers Ferry Square is anchored by key retailers including Petco, Homegoods, Panera Bread, Bartaco, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Batter Cookie Dough and more.
Learn more about the shopping center here.