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Colliers Hired for Lease-Up at 1355 Peachtree in Midtown Arts District

Banyan Street Capital and its new joint venture capital partners, Affinius Capital and Torose Equities, have hired the Colliers team of Heather Lamb, Jessica Doyle and Graham Little to lease 345,254 square feet at 1355 Peachtree, a Class A office property located in Atlanta’s Midtown Arts District. The team has developed a strategy to capture attention by reinvigorating the 1355 Peachtree building.  

Plans are underway to invest significant capital into the building by enhancing the nine-story sunlit atrium with activated community gathering spaces, implementing a full renovation of the café and outdoor seating and adding move-in-ready spec suites.  

“1355 Peachtree will be like a boutique hotel with luxury concierge services surrounded by new renovations and amenities in the heart of the Midtown Arts District complete with abundant third space,” said Lamb. “This is an exciting opportunity for future tenants to take advantage of the best value option in Midtown.” 


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