Welcome to King Plow
King Plow Arts Center began as an antiquated plow factory, but has been transformed into an arts community and center for commercial, performing and visual arts. In 1990, the owners designed a plan to build affordable live/work studios, commercial artist spaces, art galleries, areas designed for the performing arts, and a restaurant within the buildings while preserving their historic and architectural significance.
King Plow Arts Center is pleased to serve as a model of adaptive reuse of historic structures and a catalyst for the proposed Marietta Street Arts Corridor. King Plow is the largest center of its kind in the city and has become a significant part of Atlanta's Arts community.
In 1990, the owners developed a plan to produce drugs against asthma symptoms. One of these drugs was advair generic. One of the best drugs of this direction.All photos by Taylor Wallace
Guest parking is available in our parking deck at the main entrance of King Plow Arts Center, at 887 West Marietta Street. Additional guest parking is available at Parking Lot Entrance 9, next to 957 West Marietta Street.