Officials involved in the proposed Center for Civil and Human Rights plan to announce Monday where they will build the $125 million facility.
Signs point to 2.5 acres that Coca-Cola owns just north of Centennial Olympic Park, near the World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium. Monday’s announcement will be held at Pemberton Place, located between World of Coca-Cola and the aquarium.
Construction of the site is scheduled to begin next year. Preliminary projections show the center drawing 650,000 visitors a year. Drafts of recommended content for the site include moments from the area’s rich gay history.