By  on October 13, 2009

ATLANTA — The Streets of Buckhead, a $1.5 billion luxury retail project touted as this city’s version of Rodeo Drive, might instead become a symbol of the recession’s impact.

Work has stopped on the project and denim label AG Adriano Goldschmied, and sportswear and swim brand Vilebrequin have backed out after signing letters of intent to lease. Brioni has put plans on hold, and Bottega Veneta is “evaluating” its commitment, spokesmen said.

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