We are excited to announce that our new tenant Vintage Pizzeria is OPEN today! Serving delicious pizza and Italian items, this new restaurant is a delightful addition to the Dunwoody area. Housed in a building that was long vacant, much hard work and restoration has brought this building back into a beautiful new gathering place for lunch and dinner. Mike Lowrey, Vice President of Leasing, is pictured with owner Mario Gonzalez celebrating today’s opening. Congratulations!
Brand Real Estate Services is celebrating the success of our new tenant 9292 Korean BBQ located in Satellite Shops, 3360 Satellite Blvd, Duluth. Leasing agent Michael Walker and property manager Suzanne Bunn were excited to assist them to get up and running.
This popular restaurant opened in December and has already made the Zagat list of the most notable restaurant openings around Atlanta. “Set in spacious Duluth digs with private rooms, this hip Korean barbeque joint pulses with television screens and contemporary pop tunes while guests grill wide-ranging cuts of meat over in-table grills, summoning servers with the push of a button to order from an array of ever-changing Korean banchan snacks.”
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Join Pat Freeman, Executive Vice President of Property Management at Brand Real Estate Services, for an informative presentation at the 2017 BOMA SRC. This year the conference will be held in Atlanta at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead on April 5-8. BOMA’s annual event always features many excellent educational and networking opportunities with other real estate professionals. Freeman will be moderating a panel of 10 speakers on “Work IS Different – What is a PM, FM, AM, Contractor.” Early registration is available until March 3. For more information, visit the BOMA SRC website here.
An exciting new development is coming to the Sugarloaf Corridor in Gwinnett County. Legacy Partners, LLC, an affiliate of Brand Properties, is planning a large mixed-use project that includes 123,100 SF of commercial space and 294 high-end apartments. The project is located on 22 acres south of the Infinite Energy Center. Read more here.
Brand Properties CEO Brand Morgan announces the strategic alliance of his two real estate companies. Brand Real Estate Investments in Buckhead continues the development wing under the leadership of President Michael Hoath. Brand Real Estate Services in Duluth continues the services wing under the leadership of President Scott Meadows. Formerly Wheeler/Brand, the Duluth group has now officially changed its name to Brand Real Estate Services to reflect the buyout and retirement of company founders Tom Kolb in 2010 and Tom Wheeler in 2013. Brand Real Estate Services has a long history dating back to 1959 with Georgia real estate legend Scott Hudgens who developed such projects as North DeKalb Mall in 1965, Gwinnett Place Mall in 1984, and the Mall of Georgia in 1999. Currently the company portfolio in the Southeast includes over 90 properties with almost 5 million square feet of space for leasing and/or management, and almost 300 acres of land. Read more here.
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Brand Properties develops 12-story medical office tower
Brand Properties is developing 1.5 acres in Midtown Atlanta into a visionary health care facility for Northside Hospital. Located at West Peachtree and 13th Street, the 12-story, 170,000 square foot medical office tower will house the Northside Hospital Imaging Center, primary care offices, cardiology services, urgent care, and class-A office space for physicians practices. The project will break ground in 2016, with a proposed opening in mid-2018.
Brand Morgan, CEO of Brand Properties, attests “The continued growth of [the Midtown] market is incredible with more than 65,000 workers coming here every weekday and more than 14,000 people choosing to make their home here. Add to that $2.8 billion in planned new development and you have a compelling case for one of the top hospitals in the country to establish a major foothold in Midtown.”