Cousins signs Colliers to 35,000-square-foot lease; move consolidates Collier’s Midtown and Central Perimeter offices.
- REAL ESTATE
Monday, January 28
Cousins Properties Incorporated has signed Colliers International, a leading commercial real estate firm, to a new 35,000-square-foot lease at the Promenade office tower in Midtown. The move to Promenade, scheduled for February 2014, will consolidate Collier’s Midtown and Central Perimeter offices into one location, leaving room to expand beyond its current roster of 150 Atlanta employees. Colliers, which is Atlanta’s fifth largest commercial real estate brokerage, has been a prominent Midtown tenant since 1986. It's Midtown office is currently at the Two Midtown Plaza building. “We’re thrilled to consolidate our Atlanta operations at Promenade,” Bob Mathews, president of Colliers International Atlanta, said in a news release. “The …
Application filed for a 100,000 square-foot facility to be built at the intersection of Peachtree Street and North Avenue. Co-operated by Emory Healthcare, it will staff around 110 and treat about 1,900 annually.
Almost six years since the 615 Peachtree building at the intersection of Peachtree Street and North Avenue was imploded, a $225 million, 100,000 square-foot cancer-treating proton facility looks to make south Midtown its home. Co-operated by Emory Healthcare, the Georgia Proton Treatment Center - Georgia’s first proton therapy facility and one of only a handful in the U.S. – will be owned by Nevada-based Advanced Particle Therapy (APT). Once operational, the center will be staffed by approximately 110 proton therapy-trained professionals including radiation oncologists, medical physicists, radiation therapists, medical support and administrative staff. The center will treat approximately 1,900 patients annually. In May 2011, Emory signed …