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  • 276-Unit Property in Historic Fourth Ward Offers Gigabit Internet

    Developed by North American Properties, BOHO4W, as the project is called, is the first residential property in Atlanta to embrace the lightning-speed gigabit technology.The 276-unit community at Historic Fourth Ward Park is a so-called fiber-to-the-home or FTTH multifamily project that beside its innovative network, also keeps walkability in focus.

    Atlanta 07 March 2014 19:44

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