Coda at Tech Square
Coda at Tech Square is a 750,000 square feet, mixed-use building containing office space, research labs, 38,000 square feet of retail space including a food hall, and a 9.6 MW data center. The complex encompasses high-performance computing (HPC) modeling, simulation, and a sustainable, innovative ecosystem that integrates the existing assets of the university’s Technology Square complex with new opportunities in interdisciplinary research, commercialization, and sustainability.
About the Project
The design incorporates the existing Crum & Forster Building, a 1926 office building owned by the Georgia Tech Foundation. The ground level features extensive public space, including The Collective food hall and plaza. Adjacent to Tech Square and the North Avenue MARTA transit station.