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Business Briefs: Pullman Yard development; new Lenox retail; Emory Healthcare workplaces

Site work is underway at the 27-acre Pullman Yard development in Kirkwood. The “most important creation” will be released with a report at Curbed Atlanta in the coming weeks. Atomic Entertainment plans to show the previous sugar and fertilizer processing plant—and later, teach depot—into an “innovative town” blended-use campus. Once complete, the site will provide characteristic sound tiers for movie production, offices, houses, a boutique hotel, a meals hall, and a green area. New renderings, which include the evaluation above, have also been revealed. Emory Healthcare has signed a 28,000-square-foot lease at Baltimore Block, a currently renovated historic office improvement across the road from Emory University Hospital Midtown.

Leasing efforts for the property have been led by JLL’s Claire Ross and Mike Werner, with Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Bruce Propst representing Emory Healthcare. Baltimore Block was acquired with the aid of Gamma Real Estate and Meltzer Properties in 2015. Emory Healthcare will dedicate the Baltimore Block area to Finance and Materials Management operations. Built in 1885, the 14 brick rowhouses of Baltimore Block stood as Atlanta’s first condominium units and were considered the most steeply-priced living quarters. The site is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

Chil & Co., a creative house and virtual enterprise, has moved its workplace and studio space to The MET, a 1.1-million-square-foot adaptive reuse asset of office, maker, retail, residential, and event areas adjacent to West End MARTA station. The digital company offers various offerings and competencies, from content material approach and design to a complete-service, in-residence manufacturing crew with video and photography services. Music schooling agency School of Rock has moved into a larger area to fulfill the needs of its developing community of musicians. The new site is Buckhead at 2989 N. Fulton Dr. NE, Suite D in Atlanta. Indoor cycle studio SoulCycle has introduced it’s going to open the 2nd region at Ponce City Market. The 3,000 rectangular-foot studio will open 2019 next to City Winery at the ground stage.

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