Accounting firm Frazier & Deeter is making a detour to another Midtown office tower. (Every time they think they're out, we pull them back in.) We've got the exclusive.
Frazier & Deeter has just inked a 96k SF deal
at Promenade, moving from Bank of America Plaza. (Will it be awkward running into their old building around town?) Cousins' Thad Ellis
, above, and Bill Hollett
were tasked with the multi-month negotiations
with Frazier & Deeter—the state's second largest CPA and advisory firm—which'll transform four floors at the 774k SF Promenade tower into its world HQ.Cousins bought Promenade in 2011 from Boston-based Beacon Capital for more than $135M. At the time, the tower was just 58% leased. But Cousins officials say they have stacked it with new and expanding tenants, including Gannett-owned Blinq and Buckley Klein, pushing occupancy to 88%. The tower still has 100k SF available. (So now you know where to go if you need office space... or if you're a giant who needs an apartment.)