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15 years of Atlantic Station: Landmark Development opened today in 2005

On this day 15 years ago, a “city within the city” opened in Atlanta. Atlantic Station, the massive mixed-use shopping center, officially took its place among Atlanta’s landmarks Oct. 21, 2005

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Attracting Office Tenants in a Post-Pandemic Environment

The pandemic has allowed the industry to step back and reevaluate what is essential to its office tenants. Here are some according to John Heagy of Hines.

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Atlantic Station adds hotels to meet expected increase in business travel

The recent announcements by Facebook and Microsoft Corp. to locate offices at Atlantic Station are expected to create an influx of new business travelers to the city’s popular live-work-play development even as the country recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, according to the director of retail leasing.

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How Hines Landed Microsoft in the Middle of the Pandemic

Last summer, the Hines team received word that an unidentified customer was undertaking a multi-city search to find at least 200,000 square feet of office space. One of the places that attracted the prospective tenant was the West Midtown submarket in Atlanta, where the
Hines Atlantic Yards project sits.

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Microsoft Chooses Office “Vibe” in Atlantic Yards

Hines has been perfecting and rolling out its innovative office product that almost immediately provides culture and a welcoming hospitality experience along with premium working space.

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Microsoft Inks 500 KSF-Plus Office Lease in Atlanta

At one stroke, the company’s move fills all of Hines’ two-building Atlantic Yards project in the West Midtown neighborhood and brings 1,500 new jobs to the city.

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Facebook likes Atlantic Station for new location

Facebook is coming to Atlantic Station, as the social media company plans to lease the top floor of T3 West Midtown.

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Facebook to move Atlanta office into top floor of new Atlantic Station building

Facebook Inc. has signed a lease for the top floor of a new 7- story timber office building at Midtown’s Atlantic Station development.

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WSB-ATL Ch 2 Action News Teaser

This is not your typical construction project. I went inside T3 West Midtown along 17th st. and Atlantic Station today and what is unique here is the buildings frame is made with wood. […] This will create more than 200,000 ft.2 of office space and developers say this is just the start.

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WSB-ATL Ch 2 Action News Segment

If you’ve driven through midtown recently you’ve seen construction all over the place but one building is going up with the environment in mind. I took a tour and found out how materials they are building with will have long-term benefits.

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Atlanta Developers Untethering to Connect with Millenial Tenants

With ground broken this month on the 230,000-square-foot T3 West Midtown office development within Atlantic Station, Hines and its partner Invesco Real Estate are acknowledging the rising importance of technology infrastructure in making office space attractive to contemporary tenants.

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Developer Hines to start construction on new Atlantic Station office building later this month

A development partnership led by Hines will start construction this month on a new Atlantic Station office building, a sign of growing confidence in the market’s fundamentals.

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Why wood is back at the top of the tree for architects

Strong, clean and versatile, engineered timber is the ‘new concrete’. With wooden skyscrapers in the offing, could it be the answer to the global housing crisis?

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Hines starting spec building within 3 months at Atlantic Station

Atlanta’s next office building will start without any companies leasing space ahead of time, and it will be made of logs.

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Hines plans 2018 start on ‘spec’ Atlantic Station project

Developer Hines has tweaked the design of a proposed $80 million Atlantic Station office building to echo the industrial roots of the former Midtown steel plant.

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Big changes coming to Atlantic Station

Almost 20 years after it was first imagined as a “city within a city” rising over a former steel mill, Midtown’s Atlantic Station is poised for another evolution.

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What will Hines and Invesco do next at Atlantic Station

After spending the past two years tying up two key office sites along the Downtown Connector at Atlantic Station, Hines has a capital partner to fund the projects.

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