Private Tour of Lee + White Development

  • August 31, 2017
  • 5:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Meeting location emailed to members and invited guests


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Special password required. Invited guests are encourage to make a donation to Bearings Bike Shop.
  • Please contact to get password. Members are encouraged to make a donation to Bearings Bike Shop.

Registration is closed

Due to limited space and the fact that these businesses are not open yet, attendance for this event is limited to members of Urban Explorers of Atlanta and a short list of invited guests. Only registered guests will be admitted to the event. Thank you. This is a "Rain or Shine" event.

They are calling it the "Original Food & Beverage District" and we have been given a unique opportunity to tour the Lee + White facility before it opens to the general public...


  • There is no charge for this tour but members and guests are encourage to make an optional donation to Bearings Bike Shop, which is located at 982 Murphy Avenue SW, directly across Lee St and Murphy Ave in Adair Park.
  • Urban Explorers of Atlanta will match your donation dollar-for-dollar in the form of membership credits up to $100. These transferable credits can be applied to any of our annual memberships if you join within 72 hours of the event.
  • You will have an opportunity to make a donation during the event registration process.
  • The owners of Bearings Bike Shop will be in attendance as well.


* Parking instructions will be sent to those who register.



Originally coined as part of “Warehouse Row,” Lee + White sits sandwiched between Atlanta's BeltLine’s Westside Trail and Rose Circle Park. With Adair Park across the street and the West End MARTA station a quarter mile from the property, this project embodies the revitalization of many Westside neighborhoods. Stream continues to redesign the historically underutilized 426,000 square feet of industrial buildings into a nucleus of entrepreneurial passion.

Before the site was transformed into Lee + White, the combined buildings and multiple loading docks served as a centralized railroad and transportation hub. Paying tribute to these early operations, Lee + White has placed emphasis on continuing to be an interwoven aspect of the community. These core values in addition to the iconic intersection of Lee Street and White Street inspired the characteristics that symbolize Lee + White.

Engineering "The Original Food + Beverage District" means inviting the West End and all of Atlanta to participate in a never-done-before concept. Stream is cultivating an atmosphere that motivates and encourages locals to celebrate locals.




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