Ancient Greeks and Romans referred to the center part of the stage, directly in front of the curtain, as the proscenium. This was the place with the most visibility and the highest profile. The same is true of The Proscenium. Located at the corner of 14th and Peachtree Streets, The Proscenium serves as the center stage for business in Midtown. The Proscenium is a 24-story high-rise building occupying approximately 1.2 acres and contains 527,999 rentable square feet. A typical floor consists of approximately 25,393 square feet. The building is easily identifiable by the black and grey granite architecture surrounding the ground level of the building. The building and common areas include Italian marble accented with Mahogany vaneer and stainless steel trim. The building is equipped with the latest security monitoring and access system. The Proscenium provides many amenities to the tenants such as a café and sundry shop, a deli, a dry cleaning service, and a shoe repair shop. The building also has an on-site automotive service and carwash. Some area amenities include major cultural facilities such as The High Museum of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta Botanical Garden, 14th Street Playhouse and the Fox Theatre. Which are all in close proximity to The Proscenium. The Proscenium is located in a vibrant area which allows for tenants to have many dining options, both formal and casual. At the time this award was given, the tenancy represented a well-balanced mix of high-quality, high-profile office tenants like William Carter Company, West Wayne, Inc., J.P. Morgan Chase and several prominent law and investment firms.