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iVillage @ MLK

An innovative shipping container village offering space for affordable, attractive, and transit-accessible retail.

Innovation Along the MLK Corridor

The iVillage @ MLK attracts a mix of entrepreneurs, retail, food and beverage options, as they launch businesses and test ideas along the MLK Corridor. The iVillage encourages tenants to bring new businesses to the corridor and invites you to experience innovation at the HE Holmes Marta station.

The iVillage has officially reopened!

Come visit from 8a-8p, Sunday through Saturday!


Looking for commercial space? We're looking for you! 

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs: Young entrepreneurs that are high potential and testing first businesses

  • Access: Businesses that provide access to fresh foods/ food entrepreneurs

  • Community focus: Tenants with strong community focus and benefit

  • Educators: Providing youth / workforce educational programs

  • Conveners: Provide type of programming or product has ability to convene

  • Social entrepreneurs: Solving community need with innovative solutions

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Make Plans to Visit the iVillage @ MLK

Host an Event

The iVillage @ MLK is available for your next event! Open Sunday through Saturday, 8a-8p, the iVillage @ MLK is the perfect place for community events, pop ups, business meetings, and more. Reserve your time now!

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Become a Tenant

Are you looking for low-cost commercial space for your business? Connect with us to learn if the iVillage @ MLK is right for you!

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About The iVillage

Supporting Atlanta’s Entrepreneurs

The iVillage @ MLK incubates innovation by housing an exciting mix of entrepreneurs. The goal is to see these businesses thrive and one day expand along the MLK Corridor. 

Enhancing the MLK, Jr. Drive Corridor

In 2016, the City of Atlanta was awarded a $10 million TIGER grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation toward a $22 million project to improve mobility and increase access to transit, employment centers, and services along MLK Jr. Drive. The investment in The MLK iVillage is part of this larger effort, led by former Mayor Kasim Reed and supported by Mayor Keisha Bottoms, to make Atlanta’s MLK Corridor one of the most vibrant in the nation.

Transit-oriented Development

Invest Atlanta partnered with MARTA to jumpstart future interest in transit-oriented development (TOD) at H.E. Holmes Station. This pilot project serves as a model for other MARTA locations around the city and region.

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