The site I went to observe was Atlantic Station, and it was a nice day outside. Besides the fact that I was hungry, the area was very breathtaking. Before I sat down to observe, I looked around to see how well the environment was constructed. The “station” is filled with many retail stores, food restaurants, and a cinema. The design I would say is very neutral and wheelchair accessible. Atlantic Station is located in Midtown Atlanta, which is only a 10-15 minutes train ride away from Georgia State University. Where I decided to observe was on a bench right by the California Pizza Kitchen and right across from me was a Cheesecake Bistro. The wind was blowing, but luckily I was sitting underneath a heating lamp which kept me warm. Atlantic Station was opened in 2005, but was originally planned in the 1990s. The area I believe is very economic and smart for walking or anyone with a wheelchair. The land is very flat and there are stairs but also there are elevators located near the stairs. I believe this is great for people who may have a disability, but want to shop as well. There are also maps to help navigate where you are located and how to get to what store you desire. The buildings are all brown, I believe that this is to keep things neutral and not to offend anyone with color. Many stores are gender inclusive, meaning that men and women can share the same changing rooms. The site is used to bring in consumers and people who can afford to shop at those stores. Atlantic Station is a great and diverse place to go and spend your money.