The Georgia-Pacific Center lit up the Atlantan skyline last night, with a gorgeous light arrangement representing the rainbow flag. The iconic 1.1 million square foot skyscraper is home to office space, and is famous for resembling a staircase.
They recently announced on social media, “We’re proudly shining a rainbow in the skyline to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month!”
So make sure you go and check out the Georgia-Pacific Center’s tribute to Pride Month, before it’s too late!
While your at it, even though we’re nearing its end, there’s still so much more to do this Pride Month in Atlanta. Why don’t you go out to support the local queer-owned businesses, or head to one of the many incredible events happening across the city, throughout the remainder of the month. Check out the link above for our full list of things to do.
The rainbow lights will be on display until June 13th, so make sure to go and view the rainbow spectacle, or show your pride with a selfie and this ATL skyline icon.
You can find the Georgia-Pacific Center at 133 Peachtree St, 30303.