This wouldn’t only effect Atlantis.
There is already an example of this in real life (at least somewhat.) Australia, and although it isn’t as big as Atlantis we can use it as a baseline. All coastal regions of your Atlantis continent would be covered in forests and grasslands. Southern bits would also have some jungles on it.
Depending on what direction your Atlantis continent is moving it might have mountains. If so there would be a rain shadow effect that would create deserts/arid areas on the land side of your mountains. Although I do think volcanoes would be more of a common sight. Considering this continent is in the middle of the Atlantic plate, there will surely be friction and assuming the Atlantis plate is newer (less dense) than the Atlantic, this would create many subduction zones where volcanoes are common.
This goes without mentioning the coasts of Atlantis would probably be ravaged constantly by terrible earthquakes and tsunamis which could help explain the myth of Atlantis sinking. Perhaps the ancient civilization was a coastal one and was destroyed by a great tsunami after a terrible earthquake.
A continent this large would certainly effect others around it. This tectonic plate would possibly be responsible for creating volcanoes and/or mountains on other landmasses. This also gets in the way of ocean currents, this would make coastal Atlantic regions have less wind, this would certainly effect coastal biomes.