New Market on Marietta Square Near Mangêt

Have you heard about the new market on Marietta Square? We’re very excited because it will offer more local neighborhood amenities to the homeowners in Mangêt. This classically inspired new home community is just a short walk away from the Square. The new Marietta Square Market is planned to be located inside the historic Marietta Station buildings at 68 N. Marietta Parkway NW, adding more than 10 new restaurants to Square’s already robust selection of popular eateries and retailers. This will be one of the largest developments in Cobb County, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share the news with you.

Close-up view of Marietta Square Market

New Market on the Square

The Marietta Square Market will be realized through the renovation of a vacant 18,000-square-foot warehouse located just off of the Square. Similar to the Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market, the upcoming project will inspire local residents to take advantage of the unique shops and restaurants in their immediate community.

Marietta’s Destination

Marietta Square is a popular historic destination for locals and tourists alike. In addition to cultural significance, the Square offers some of the best dining Cobb County has to offer with locations like the Marietta Pizza Company, Cool Beans Coffee Roasters, Taqueria Tsunami and much more. Culinary business tenants are already lining up for this new development, and with the grand opening scheduled for the summer of 2018, Marietta Square is going to be the go-to destination for endless food adventures. No specific restaurants have been named for the new expansion, but the cuisine will include American, Greek, Asian, and Barbecue.  

Discover Nearby Magnêt

While nearby homeowners await the arrival of the Marietta Square Market, new homebuyers should definitely stop by our charming neighborhood of Mangêt. Simply contact us now to view some of the beautiful homes currently available in this community. You’ll be one step closer to living in a wonderful location just a few minutes walk from Marietta Square.

Image renderings from Marietta Daily Journal