Accounting Firm Counting On High-Profile Signage In Big Lease At 2002 Summit
A Central Perimeter-based accounting firm is crossing a major interstate to get its brand in front of more than 200,000 vehicles a day.
Aprio, formerly known as Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, inked a deal for 55K SF at 2002 Summit Blvd., a tower in the Perimeter Summit office campus off Ashford-Dunwoody Road on the Brookhaven side of Central Perimeter, CoStar reports.
Aprio plans to install its signage atop the 18-story tower, according to CoStar. The 390K SF 2002 Summit overlooks Interstate 285 where an average of 219,000 vehicles traveled daily last year, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation. The firm will move from its current headquarters at the Queen building at Concourse Corporate Center, across the interstate from Perimeter Summit.
Also known as 5 Concourse Parkway, the Queen is part of the iconic King and Queen towers in Central Perimeter.
CBRE Senior Vice President Bryan Heller and Vice President Sabrina Gibson brokered the deal for the landlord, State Street Global Advisors, while JLL Executive Managing Directors Josh Hirsh and Brannan Moss, International Director David Demarest and associate Patrick Baughman brokered the deal for Aprio, according to CoStar.