CBRE Secures Tenants at Revamped Atlanta Office Asset

The 120,000-square-foot 30 Tech Park underwent a series of upgrades, including exterior refurbishments, the addition of creative office space and community outdoor spaces.

Rendering of 30 Tech Park
Rendering of 30 Tech Park

CBRE arranged two long-term leases at 30 Tech Park, a recently repositioned 120,000-square-foot office building in Atlanta’s Peachtree Corners submarket. Capstone Logistics signed for 30,000 square feet, while ConstructConnect renewed its 38,000-square-foot lease at the property.

Located at 30 Technology Parkway S., 30 Tech Park underwent a series of renovations including exterior refurbishments, the addition of creative office space and community outdoor spaces. Completed in 1997, the property is part of a four-building portfolio. The other three buildings, situated at 190 and 192 Technology Parkway and 35 Technology Parkway S., also benefited from similar improvements.

Committed ownership

CBRE First Vice Presidents Peter McGuone and Heather Lamb, along with Associate Parker Nelson, worked on behalf of landlord TPA Group in the lease negotiations. Steve Farrar, senior vice president at Newburger-Andes, represented Capstone, and Eric Ramer, managing director of ICON Commercial, represented ConstructConnect.

“ConstructConnect made the strategic decision to remain in the 30 Tech Park building because of the impressive commitments made by the building owner,” said Jennifer Johnson, chief experience officer at ConstructConnect, in prepared remarks. “High ceilings, open collaborative space and access to the new courtyard at 30 Tech were very appealing to us,” added Steve Taylor, CEO of Capstone Logistics.

The property is within minutes of the Doraville MARTA rail station, numerous restaurants, hotels, shopping venues and medical centers. The location provides access to major thoroughfares, including Peachtree Parkway and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

Rendering courtesy of CBRE