Steve Rowley

  • Liberty Property Trust Inks Atlanta Lease with American Furniture Rental

    The company has signed a 34,910-square-foot lease, bringing the building to full occupancy

    Atlanta 07 December 2016 15:59
  • Hartsfield–Jackson Area Warehouse Reaches Full Occupancy

    Two new tenants have signed leases at the 278,000 square foot industrial building under 2000 Southpoint Drive in Atlanta, Liberty Property Trust announced in a press release issued in early May. UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Inc. and Southwest Surplus, Inc. occupied a total of 80,000 square feet. Liberty Property Trust owns the asset and the company was represented by Jones Lang LaSalle’s team of Vice President Rodney Davidson and Associate Reed Davis in both transactions. The two deals brought the building to 100% occupancy.

    Atlanta 14 May 2015 18:27

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