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    Georgia Commercial Real Estate Development: Steady Despite Headwinds

    What’s New in Georgia:

    Economic headwinds are not slowing down several real estate projects in Atlanta. From new mixed-use developments to promising retail centers, there is no stopping the city’s real estate developers as they push forward on a number of exciting projects. Here are the latest development updates for Atlanta:

    Publix-Anchored Retail Center in Gainesville, GA

    Real estate investment firm, Branch Properties, has set out to satisfy a growing demand for grocery-anchored retail complexes with its Limestone Marketplace project, an approximately 76,800-square-foot retail project in Gainesville, GA. The company has acquired 14 acres of land for the suburban Atlanta development. It plans to dedicate nearly 55,000 sq. ft. to a Publix Super Market - its anchor tenant - and use the remaining 21,800 sq. ft. for inline retail space.

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    CRG Files Plans for Mixed-Use Project in West Midtown

    The developer of Falcon’s Training Facility, CRG, has filed plans for a mixed-use project with the City of Atlanta. The project, which will include multi-family, commercial, and office space, will be set in the heart of West Midtown, an area where many developers are pouring millions into commercial projects. The mixed-use project will include the construction of two buildings, one providing nearly 277,000 sq. ft. of office space and the second bringing approximately 344,900 sq. ft. of residential space to the area. 

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