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Pope & Land Begins Construction of Mixed-Use Campus in Metro Atlanta

ALPHARETTA, GA. — Atlanta-based Pope & Land has begun construction on Northwinds Summit, an office-centric, mixed-use development in Alpharetta. Phase I will include 3000 Summit Place and 5000 Summit Place, two office buildings that will span 30,000 square feet and 150,000 square feet, respectively. Other components will include a 125-room hotel, 140 multifamily units, 32 … READ MORE >

Alpharetta’s Northwinds project underway, lands first tenant FiberLight

A 24-acre mixed-use project in Alpharetta shows the growing preference for denser, more walkable developments in the sprawling Atlanta suburbs. Developer Pope & Land has landed its first office tenant for the project, Northwinds Summit. FiberLight LLC signed a 16,124-square-foot lease at Northwinds’ 3000 Summit Place building, which is under construction and on pace to … READ MORE >

Fiber Company To Anchor Pope & Land Alpharetta Project

Rendering for 3000 Summit Place, the office building for FiberLight that is part of the larger Northwinds Summit mixed-use project in Alpharetta An Alpharetta fiber optics company is helping kick-start North Fulton County’s latest mixed-use development. Pope & Land Enterprises secured a pre-lease with Alpharetta-based FiberLight — a custom fiber network developer — for 16K … READ MORE >

Former Cox headquarters eyed as major redevelopment on Atlanta Perimeter

CRANE WATCH TriGate and Pope & Land want to plan a long-term redevelopment of the former Cox Enterprises headquarters. On Atlanta’s Perimeter, a vacant boomerang-shaped office building stands at the center of a sprawling headquarters once occupied by Cox Enterprises Inc. The 21-acre site used to be the home of more than 900 employees. Now, … READ MORE >

Pope & Land Gives Back to the Community – Pajama Program Reading Center/Atlanta

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia since 1979, Pope & Land celebrated 40 successful years of business throughout metro Atlanta as well as the Southeastern U.S. on September 28. To commemorate this milestone occasion, it hosted a give back to the community event for Pajama Program Reading Center/Atlanta, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that believes that every child, … READ MORE >

Mixed-use residential projects get City Council OK at zoning meeting

A number of rezoning petitions got Charlotte City Council’s approval at the monthly zoning meeting on Monday night. But one slated to be voted on, a highly contentious project pegged for the heart of NoDa, was deferred to next month’s council meeting for a vote. That project, proposed by Revolve Residential, drew the ire of … READ MORE >

Invest Atlanta board narrowly OKs $7.5 million for Georgia Aquarium expansion

The board of Atlanta’s economic development agency narrowly approved a contribution of $7.5 million Thursday toward a $108 million expansion of the Georgia Aquarium. Board members of Invest Atlanta voted 4-3 to allocate funds from the Westside Tax Allocation District (TAD) over a five-year period to support the expansion, which will bring large sharks to … READ MORE >