According to a study conducted by CBRE, Atlanta office buildings are the third most eco-friendly in the country. Over half of our office buildings are “green certified” and 25 percent of all offices in the city are Energy Star labeled. Click here to learn more about Atlanta’s environmentally responsible journey.
Author: Jeff Pollock – Did you know that more than half of all business owners searching for new office space are doing so because of an expiring lease?Read More
The M.C. Kiser Building downtown, once a 1920’s-era shoe factory, has begun renovations. The historic building will be transformed into affordable housing for students, government employees, and young professionals. Click here to learn more about this project.
Two older buildings in the Buckhead district will be combined and reimagined as a single office tower in the new Oliver McMillan project. Expected to launch in 2018, the three-story building will sport a unique glassy exterior and include 260,000 square-feet of office and retail space. Click here to learn more.
Parking decks are getting a lot of TLC in Atlanta these days. Georgia State University recently renovated a 1930’s-era parking deck, turning it into four brand new floors of office space. The renovations maintained the building’s original structure and several relics from its former life, while adding modern updates. Click here to see pictures and concept art for the project.
Investors have long vied for a popular section of downtown Atlanta hoping to turn the stretch of parking lots and abandoned buildings into a massive adaptive reuse project. The development would include offices, retail and residential space, and a connection to Underground Atlanta. Click here for more information on this project.
An abandoned industrial building downtown is set to undergo some modern renovations. The building will become home to new offices with direct Marta access, upgrades in interior design, and even the inclusion of a rooftop deck. Click here for more details.
Developers have plans to renovate old buildings in downtown Atlanta with the goal of preserving the infrastructure and revitalizing the area. The project will transform the city into a walkable arts district, complete with workforce housing, retail and restaurant options, and loft office space. Click here to learn more.
The Loudermilk family, a powerhouse in Atlanta development, has set its sights on a new project in Perry, Georgia. Though Perry isn’t as populated as the big city, it is home to the Georgia National Fairgrounds which hosts over a million visitors a year. The new project will be constructed right next to the fairgrounds which is a major draw for the developers. The project, The Preserve at Agriculture Village, Read More
What was once set to be the new venue for the Masquerade, an Atlanta nightlife staple, is now becoming a commercial office project. The design of this new development is meant to appeal to Atlanta creatives, featuring flexible office space, exhibit areas, and environmentally friendly amenities. The project, known as Huff Trail, does not have a construction timeline just yet but the concept art shows a glimpse into the project’s Read More