Lincoln Property Southeast Awarded Leasing Contracts for Four Metro Atlanta Properties

By Georgiana Mihaila, Associate Editor Atlanta-based OA Development—a company that has acquired 400,000 square feet of commercial real estate property over the last 13 months—has awarded leasing assignments for four of its metro Atlanta office properties to Lincoln Property Company Southeast. Lincoln Property [...]

Atlanta-based OA Development—a company that has acquired 400,000 square feet of commercial real estate property over the last 13 months—has awarded leasing assignments for four of its metro Atlanta office properties to Lincoln Property Company Southeast.

Lincoln Property Co., known as one of the nation’s largest diversified commercial real estate companies, is credited with the development of over 34 million square feet of commercial office space, six million square feet of specialty retail space and 49 million square feet of industrial space since it was founded in 1965. The company also manages over 125 million square feet of commercial property.

Michael Howell and Hunter Henritze—both vice presidents of office leasing for Lincoln Property Company Southeast—will oversee leasing for the four OA Development-owned Atlanta properties:

  • 2400 Lake Park Dr., a four-story, 104,000-square-foot building in Smyrna, currently 82 percent leased;
  • Lakeview 400, a 135,000-square-foot office park in Alpharetta consisting of two one-story buildings; with ADP as anchor tenant, the park is 93 percent leased;
  • Northwoods Business Center, a 111,000-square-foot office park featuring three one-story buildings in Norcross, currently 70 percent occupied;
  • Bluegrass Promenade, a one-story, 99,000-square-foot building at 1200 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway in Alpharetta, presently 76 percent leased.

“We believe that Lincoln Property Company Southeast’s experience, knowledge and talents are the perfect fit for these four properties,” said Brian Granath, a partner with OA Development. “We could not be more excited about the leasing future of these sites. They are in great hands.”

Image: 2400 Lake Park Drive, Smyrna, via Wikimedia Commons