As part of Phase 2, the center has also added two new retail buildings, now home to tenants such as Drybar, Spark: An Art Studio and Mooyah Burgers, Fries and Shakes.
The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 22.
“We have a lot to celebrate as our vision of a walkable, connected mixed-use development with ample green space comes to fruition with the completion of the center’s second phase,” said Jimmy Granbery, chair and CEO of H.G. Hill Realty Co., in a release. “Improved pedestrian access and traffic flow, and connectivity to Maryland Farms Park are key components of the development.”
The new AC Hotel, developed with Doradus Partners and Yedla Management Co., opened Sept. 17 and features 141 rooms, a conference room and a bar.
Granbery said future phases for the mixed-use center could include additional office space as well as more retail.
"We'll see what happens down the road; it's sort of demand-driven," he said.