Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is representing Tishman Speyer in the construction of a 30-story office tower in Atlanta. The project will complete its Three Alliance Center development that already features two signature office towers and a five-star residential tower in Atlanta’s Buckhead submarket.
The planned 500,000 square foot building, Atlanta’s first new major office project to be started in seven years, will be part of a project that is a prominently positioned addition to the Buckhead Skyline, standing closest to Buckhead’s gateway intersection of GA 400 and The Buckhead Loop.
This is Tishman Speyer’s second ground up development since purchasing Trizec’s Atlanta assets and opening the office in 2006. The property would become the third and final building in the complex, joining One and Two Alliance, both owned by Highwoods Properties now, according to Wildmor Realty.
The project reportedly is estimated to cost $160 million, and it could collect almost $40 per square foot once completed.
Designed by architect Mack Scogin of Mack Scogin Merrill Elam, Three Alliance Center will feature Atlanta’s first glass curtain wall, and will be built to LEED Gold specifications. Tenants will have direct access to both highway and MARTA transportation, an on-site amenity package, and nearby high-quality retailers, hotels and restaurants, according to the news release. Turner Construction will serve as general contractor.
Eric Zipkowitz, a Partner in the Real Estate and Construction Practice Groups, is handling the related design and construction agreements.
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