It’s the most recent addition to the hot office market of Atlanta.
Do Not fret, say developers, the Treasured”Atlanta’s Population Today” Signal will stay put
CBRE’s first vice president Heather Lamb, who’s leading project leasing and marketing, said Atlanta is experiencing a 15-year reduced in vacancy rates–after notching the next highest amount of medical office deliveries at the U.S. this past year.
Job leaders inform Curbed Atlanta the building will rise on land nearest to Peachtree booked now for parking at the 1950s-era Darlington flats, which are experiencing a renovation.
“The people signal everyone knows and enjoys will remain,” a rep composed via email.
Jay Gipson, of project developer The Gipson Company, mentioned in a press release that the”modern and architecturally distinct new medical building” made sense in the area, adding”to the amazing skyline modifications that Piedmont Hospital and The Shepard Center have started.”
As state-of-the-art is scheduled to break ground in June, asserting a Buckhead surface parking lot throughout the street from the Shepherd Center along with Piedmont Atlanta Hospital, according to project leaders Darlington Medical Building Partners A office building described.
Meanwhile, along the Perimeter, a mixed-use compound with a health office component is in the works a block from Northside Hospital’s main Sandy Springs campus.
A fixture for decades, the Peachtree Road”Atlanta’s Population Now” people-counting electrical signal is about to find a new neighbor, developers say.
The five-story construction, Darlington Medical Center, is designed to be attractively modern with flexible floorplans for tenants of dimensions, capitalizing on demand for office area in the Peachtree corridor, programmers say. It’s scheduled to open in March 2020.