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Old Posted May 16, 2017, 1:39 PM
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There is a good reason they are sitting on that much cash. They make good business decisions and only build in proven markets.
Not really "proven" so much as they definitely want to be in controlled, mall-like environments: Avalon (was North Point), Perimeter, Lenox. I'm surprised they didn't set up shop at The Battery

Exceptions, of course, are top city shopping cores: Chicago, NYC, SF, DC
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New plans filed for Memorial Drive's Harp Transmission site

This would eliminate the opportunity to create a continuous greenspace from the Capitol to Oakland Cemetery.

http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/n...ives-harp.html
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The developer is seeking to rezone the property to transform the Harp building into 42,145 square feet of office, restaurant and retail space. The rezoning will allow the office use.


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Old Posted May 17, 2017, 4:22 PM
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Nice! If only that was a Marta line! Would be one of the densest stations in town haha.
If only!!
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GATechs $140 Million West Midtown Project is moving forward

http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/n...g-forward.html

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Georgia Tech has picked a developer for a planned $140 million West Midtown project that would target rapidly growing startups for new loft offices surrounded by stores, housing and a boutique hotel.

An affiliate of Georgia Tech, Georgia Advanced Technology Ventures (GATV) has selected S. J. Collins Enterprises to lead development of the 9-acre site at 14th Street and Howell Mill Road amid some of intown Atlanta's trendiest stores and restaurants.

The proposed West Midtown project would include at least 100,000 square feet of loft office space, 70,000 square feet of retail, 275 residential units (either rental or for sale), and a boutique hotel.

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Ugh! Traffic is already a nightmare in the area.
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Very nice. Hopefully Star Metals starts soon. West Midtown will be one of the best and most walkable neighborhoods in the city in 10 years, not to mention hopefully a new great park.
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I noticed the sign on the Coastal States building downtown today looks... weird. I can't tell if maybe the storm on Saturday night destroyed it or if they removed it all together and what remains behind is what was covered by the sign. In any case, thought it was weird. Anyone have any more info?



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I noticed the sign on the Coastal States building downtown today looks... weird. I can't tell if maybe the storm on Saturday night destroyed it or if they removed it all together and what remains behind is what was covered by the sign. In any case, thought it was weird. Anyone have any more info?


Good catch. Hmm, Richard Bowers & Co have space on the 18th floor and a few lower floors available. The Daily Report (organ of Fulton County) took space there in April. The "signable" tenant I see is LiquidHub
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