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Two Leases Bring Buckhead Offices from 60% Occupancy to 90%

3379 Peachtree, a boutique Class-A office building in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood, recently secured two new tenants, taking occupancy from 60% to 90% and leasing more than two full floors. Lucid Private Offices and Legendary Events have leased a total of 34,500 square feet at the 126,000-square-foot building.  

JLL Atlanta SVP Claire Ross and VP Will Tyler handle marketing and leasing on behalf of the owner, Nuveen Real Estate. 

Lucid Private Offices, represented by Cresa’s John Pelletier and CBRE’s Kush Mirani and Dale Lewis, is establishing its third Atlanta location at 3379 Peachtree, taking 30,000 square feet on two floors. Legendary Events, represented by JLL’s Greg Baxendale, will move into a 4,500-square-foot space on the top floor. 

The JLL team received the 3379 Peachtree assignment just weeks before the pandemic began. “Collaborating with Nuveen and reintroducing 3379 Peachtree to the office brokerage community has been a very rewarding process,” said Tyler. 


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