A month ago odds are that no one would have noticed, but not anymore.
A heavy police presence in downtown Atlanta is the direct result of the bombings at the Boston Marathon -- bombings that have turned every suspicious package or threatening phone call into a terror alert.
On Friday, it was 2 Peachtree Street that paid the price.
The building, 41 stories tall and housing mostly state offices, was evacuated following a threat that was called in.
The evacuation began at about 11 in the morning, forcing employees to leave their personal items behind and head to the street.
The wind, cold and occasional rain didn't matter to law enforcement.
Tyey arrived in force, their blue lights flashing. Police from Atlanta, Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, the Georgia Capitol, the GSP, GBI and the FBI were all on hand.
In addition to clearing the offices, police also evacuated the Wells Fargo bank inside, causing some customers to have to scramble to meet their needs before the weekend.
It all ended almost as quickly as it began.
Police, after conducting a thorough search, sounded the all clear just before two in the afternoon, ending the three hour ordeal for the workers who were forced out.