Written: October 27, 2016

Ivanka, Tiffany Trump campaign in Georgia

Ivanka and Tiffany Trump hit the campaign trail together on Wednesday afternoon in Georgia, where they spoke with GOP volunteers and businesswomen.

First on the itinerary was the Cobb County Republican Headquarters in Marietta, where Ivanka described her father as an ‘amazing man,’ according to a report in the Daily Mail.

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Popular West Midtown development sells for almost $130 million

Westside Provisions District, the redevelopment of early 20th century warehouses into a mix of restaurants, stores and loft offices, has sold for close to $130 million, according to people familiar with the deal.

Jamestown L.P. and Clarion Partners LLC formed a joint venture to own and manage Westside Provisions, the 261,742-square-foot project that has turned Howell Mill into a main street for West Midtown neighborhoods and center of the community.

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Buckhead’s Piedmont Center buildings sell for $76.5 million

Four buildings within Piedmont Center, one of Buckhead’s first office projects and still a reminder of its suburban roots, have sold to a joint venture.

The Ardent Companies bought The Fountains at Piedmont Center for about $76.5 million. That’s considered a bargain within Buckhead, one of the top-performing office markets in the Southeast where some buildings have traded for close to $400 a foot. Ardent paid about $139 a foot.

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$110 million Midtown project could spur reopening of 3rd St. tunnel

A $110 million student housing project is spurring momentum to reopen a key link between Georgia Tech’s campus and the southern end of Midtown — the Third Street Tunnel.

The 15-story tower at Spring, Williams, Third and Fourth streets features 257 apartments with 765 beds. The project got underway in August and is being developed by Athens-based Landmark Properties and Atlanta real estate company Selig Enterprises.

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    A great read!

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Deal clears path for $80 million Beltline project

An agreement has been reached to allow a big new mixed-use project to proceed on the Atlanta Beltline while preserving future transit options along a rapidly developing area of the Eastside Trail.

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Groundbreaking set for Clermont Hotel renovation

A long-awaited renovation of Atlanta’s Clermont Hotel appears to be finally kicking off.

A private groundbreaking event is set for Oct. 18 at the circa-1924 building along Ponce de Leon Avenue — perhaps best known for its basement strip club, the Clermont Lounge.

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Groundbreaking set for I-285/Georgia 400 overhaul

State officials are pulling out all the stops in starting work on an $800 million overhaul of the interchange of Interstate 285 and Georgia 400.

Three hours have been set aside on Nov. 3 for a combination groundbreaking ceremony and luncheon celebrating the start of the project.

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City plans 1,000-space parking garage with green roof for Grant Park near zoo

The city of Atlanta plans to build a 1,000-space, semi-underground parking garage with a “green roof” in Grant Park adjacent to Zoo Atlanta.

The city says the project will accommodate current and future parking demand, reduce traffic congestion and improve safety. The building’s “green roof” will have planted vegetation to reduce storm water run-off, improve air quality “and create an attractive outdoor green space for the neighborhood,” the city says.

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Atlanta office buildings continue seeing historic rent growth

Atlanta’s office landlords continue to enjoy historic rent growth, according to newly released data.

Atlanta’s overall average asking rents set a record in the third quarter, ending at $23.38 per square foot, according to commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.

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