Lincoln Property Company South East negotiated an expansion of 21,017 square feet with Variant, a new trucking brand featuring technology in US Xpress, one of the nation’s largest truck carriers, in the Circa 730 office building in the heart of Midtown Techtangle; this agreement brings Around 730 90% rented. After initially leasing 9,228 square feet of space in the building in 2019, Variant, which uses a new operating model to rethink the long-haul trucking industry, will now occupy a total of 30,245 square feet.
Carter announced four new tenants planned for Georgia Avenue in Summerhill including Iconic orthodontics, which is scheduled to open in early July; Credit Union Park Center, opening this spring; the second location of Beauty of the aviary + well-being, with plans to open in the summer; and Press shop, a specialty wine and gift shop is also slated to open this summer. The new businesses will join salon, Maggie Murphy’s, and food and beverage tenants: Maepole, Hot Dog Petes, Hero Donuts and Buns, Halfway Crooks Beer, Big Softie, The Little Tart Bakeshop, Little Bear, Junior’s Pizza and Wood’s Chapel A BARBECUE.
Colee Hotel, Buckhead’s first Autograph Collection hotel, is open and ready to make a good impression, thanks to interior designer Andrew Alford by Andrew Alford Creative. Some of the features of Hotel Colee include a port cochere with a streamer art installation, a rooftop infinity pool, and a lobby that includes a facility paying homage to barbershops and beauty salons. Alford was recruited for the project by Practice Hospitality CEO Bashar Wali. “Creating hotels is both an art and a science. We have rightly spent the last year focusing on the science: safety, technology, bringing the experience down to the essential components, ”said Wali. “But I knew Andrew was the right person to design a hotel for the post-pandemic world because he’s not just a designer – he’s an artist.”
The retail rental team at JLL was selected by Rhythm properties market and rent Atlanta Dairies, an adaptive reuse project located near the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail on Memorial Drive. Coleman Morris and Nicole Kidder of JLL will take charge of the list. Cold brew bar, Wonderkid and Three Imaginarium taverns are among the tenants now open on the property. Orient, a 2,200-seat concert hall, will open in September. The venue will also include a rooftop bar, accessible to spectators and other visitors to Atlanta Dairies. JLL was engaged to bring other restaurant and entertainment tenants to the redevelopment, with rental opportunities including 4,400 square feet of space and an outdoor patio adjacent to Three Taverns Imaginarium and a larger 10,000 square foot space adjacent. at Wonderkid.
the 3rd Annual Atlantic Capital Community 5 km took place virtually May 1 and raised over $ 38,000 for the Grove Park Foundation. The Foundation is dedicated to revitalizing the Grove Park neighborhood and improving the quality of life by working with local partners, leaders and residents to create a healthy, equitable and vibrant community. Atlantic capital, a publicly traded bank, provided the necessary financing and essential assistance to the neighborhood.