Visualeyemedia. “Underground Atlanta Video.” YouTube. N.p., 29 Jan. 2009. Web. 7 Mar. 2016.
This video shows what type of events takes place in Underground Atlanta. As you see, you have the typical day to day shopping that takes place in the morning to the evening, and then you have a nightlife scene that is portrayed.
Eloy, Michell. “City To Sell Underground Atlanta.” 90.1 WABE Atlanta’s NPR Station [Atlanta] 19 Mar. 2014: n. pag. Print.
This is another picture of how the streets and walkway area of Underground Atlanta looks. There are various vendors that occupy this space and try to sell their merchandise to whoever walks by. The vendors that occupy this space are very friendly and love to hold conversation’s with everyone that walks by.
Wong, Laurel. “Welcome to the Underground 2.” 2016. Jpg
The streets of Underground Atlanta are lined with various vendors that sell Atlanta Merchandise, stores, and plaques of historic information. The sidewalks and scenery of Underground give you the feeling as if you’re walking on a regular street shopping at a strip mall. The street signs and storefront windows that have signs hanging from them complete the shopping scenery of Underground Atlanta.
This artifact is known as the upper level of Underground Atlanta. This is one of the quietest and vacant areas of Underground Atlanta. The various doors that are on this upper level used to be opened long years ago, but now they are closed and locked with a heavy chain from the inside. The upper level has pretty scenery that portrays a lot of historic meaning when you explore this vacant area.
This sound describes how busy, and active underground is on the weekends with people walking in and out of stores. The only areas that are quiet in the underground are the upper area and the far right end of Underground Atlanta that doesn’t receive have any storefronts. Underground Atlanta is a great place to shop if you can deal with sketchy crowds.