In early 1999, BellSouth selected Carter as the master developer for BellSouth at Lindbergh City Center. Lindbergh was the first true transit-oriented development in the country. The building was constructed immediately adjacent to Lindbergh station, MARTA’s busiest transit station, to encourage the use of mass transit. As a result of the recent merger between BellSouth and AT&T, the facility is now AT&T at Lindbergh City Center. It is one million square feet, consisting of two 14-story towers connected by a 60-foot glass atrium. The atrium houses a cafeteria, company store, GA Telco Credit Union, six plasma TVs, and open seating in a tropical environment. Other amenities include a meditation room, a game room, an outdoor track, showers, and conferencing/catering. Floors have vibrant, contemporary finishes with large break areas, including plasma TVs, at each core encouraging community and collaboration. The Lindbergh City Center development is a joint venture between Carter, AT&T, MARTA, and HADCO, a residential development company. The AT&T towers serve to anchor the larger, live-work-play transit-oriented development currently under construction at the site. At the time this award was given—in addition to AT&T—the site also houses well known restaurants as Longhorn’s Steakhouse, Taco Mac, and Chili’s; smaller eateries, including Five Guys Burgers and Main Street Deli; Lotus, an exclusive martini bar and Uptown Square, a 362-unit apartment complex.