Written: September 28, 2016

Colony Square redeveloper sheds light on possible new tenants

The developer that plans to remake Midtown’s Colony Square this week gave a hint about possible retail tenants.

At a Sept. 27 meeting, Mark Toro, managing partner of North American Properties, shared with a group of Midtown residents the firm’s vision for redeveloping the mixed-use project at 14th and Peachtree streets.

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Mercedes-Benz headquarters key business recruiting tool for Atlanta

Luring Mercedes-Benz USA’s $93 million headquarters to metro Atlanta is more than about bringing one of the world’s best known brands and 500 high-paying jobs to the city.

The headquarters win is a critical economic development tool for the metro region, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said at the headquarters groundbreaking event Monday morning.

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Central Perimeter building owners on a great run

Like other Atlanta office landlords, Central Perimeter building owners have been on a great run.

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Mizuno goes to bat for Atlanta Braves with new deal at SunTrust Park

Two metro Atlanta sports companies joined forces to renew an effort aimed at increasing one company’s presence in its hometown while enhancing the other company’s customer experience. As part of the sponsorship, Mizuno will have two baseball glove kiosks its new park that will provide fans an opportunity to “check out” a Mizuno glove during the game in order to catch fly balls and homeruns.

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Gov. Deal to gas stations: Stop price gouging

Gov. Nathan Deal is reminding gasoline retailers that price gouging is illegal in Georgia.

The governor issued an executive order Monday restating the existence of the state law in light of reports of a huge spike in pump prices at some gas stations since a supply disruption caused by a pipeline leak, which is currently undergoing repairs.

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Paces Properties acquires aging InTown Suites hotel for $8 million

Paces Properties, the Atlanta developer behind Krog Street Market, has acquired an aging extended-stay hotel overlooking Interstate 85.

An affiliate of the firm paid $8 million for the InTown Suites hotel at 1944 Piedmont Circle, according to Fulton County court records. The deal closed July 29.

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Atlanta developer Robin Loudermilk buys iconic Villa Juanita for $7.2 million

Well-known Atlanta developer Robin Loudermilk is buying Tuxedo Park mansion Villa Juanita for $7.2 million — one of the priciest residential sales ever in Buckhead.

Loudermilk said he plans to move into the home at 509 West Paces Ferry Rd. with his wife, Frances. He calls Villa Juanita one of the last original and iconic homes left in Atlanta.

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NCR confirms plans for second HQ tower, will bring 1,800 new jobs to Midtown

NCR Corp. (NYSEL: NCR) on Tuesday confirmed plans to expand its Midtown headquarters.

The expansion involves a second tower and 1,800 new tech jobs to Georgia over the next five years. This is in addition to the 3,600 jobs NCR has committed to bring to Midtown. NCR, currently headquartered to Duluth, will invest $145 million in the second tower.

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$25 million project set for westside

A $25 million mix of shops and restaurants is planned for Atlanta’s emerging Upper West Side just as a wave of new investment hits the area.

Atlanta developer Brandon Ashkouti of Eden Rock Real Estate Partners has filed plans for an up to 100,000-square-foot development called Westside Village at Moores Mill. It would sit on a nearly 10-acre site along Marietta Boulevard, north of the Crest Lawn Memorial cemetery.


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Falcons to erect world’s largest bird sculpture at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

When the Atlanta Falcons come home to roost in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 2017, they’ll play in the shadow of the world’s largest bird sculpture and a giant metal soccer ball.


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