CBRE Selected to Lease Atlanta Mixed-Use Project
- Nov 14, 2016
by Evelina Croitoru
Atlanta—CBRE has announced that the firm will be leading the office leasing for Paces Properties’ newest mixed-use project, Atlanta Dairies in the city’s Reynoldstown area. The former industrial milk facility now serves as an example of the city’s surge of unique office space stemming from repositioned assets. The project is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The development project consists of more than 34,000 square feet of office space and a 150,000-square-foot build-to-suit, multi-story office opportunity. In addition, tenants will benefit from outdoor rooftop space and loft office space. The property will also feature a mix of more than 45,000 square feet of retail shops, restaurants and central parking garage surrounded by the outdoor communal space named “The Yard”.
“This is essentially a blank shell that is customizable and has the ability to reflect any tenant’s brand. It’s a unique project that offers a creative slant to doing business in an urban environment, with pathways and a music venue. It’s perfect for employers and employees looking for nontraditional space with the ease and convenience of being in an urban setting,” Peter McGuone, first vice president with CBRE Brokerage Atlanta office, said in a prepared statement.
Located at 777 Memorial Drive, off the Beltline, the property offers convenient access to a network of public transportation and is close to to I-20 and the King Memorial MARTA station. “Atlanta Dairies, which was a landmark property in Reynoldstown, will deliver a mixed-use project that focuses on improving tenants’ wellbeing. This includes easy access to the BeltLine and creative office space all within a unique, new environment where people can work, live and play,” Heather Lamb, vice president with CBRE Brokerage Atlanta office, said in prepared remarks.
CBRE’s Heather Lamb and Peter McGuone are representing the owner, Paces Properties.
Rendering courtesy of Atlanta Dairies via Twitter