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Atlanta Office of the Future

What Major Players are Vying for Space in the Dogwood City

Event Ended On: Wednesday April 17 2019

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Events Raw Space

Galleria 600

Galleria 600 is located in the geographic heart of the Northwest Atlanta office market with immediate access to both I-75 and I-285. As a component of the Atlanta Galleria Office Park, there is an unmatched variety of on-site amenities including The Waverly Hotel, the Galleria Athletic Club, The Georgian Club and many business-support services. Galleria 600 contains the building features and technological advances needed to provide your company with an ideal corporate environment including 24 hour security, after-hours card access system, ATM & cafe.

Events Speakers and Panels

Development & Design

Jim Irwin

Jim Irwin

President, New City
John Heagy

John Heagy

Senior Managing Director, Hines Southeast

Leasing Trends, Tenant Demands, and the Amenities Arms Race

Jodi Selvey

Jodi Selvey

SVP, Colliers International
Justin Latone

Justin Latone

SVP, SJ Collins
Craig Deitelzweig

Craig Deitelzweig

President & CEO, Marx Realty

Opening Remarks

Connie Engel

Connie Engel

Partner, Childress Klein


Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Networking, & Breakfast
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Tenant Demand, Design, and Construction
What Major Tenants are Coming to Atlanta - and Why
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
Office Development and Finance
What Major Developers are Joining the Office Frenzy
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!


Galleria 600
600 Galleria Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30339

Floor: 19th floor

Parking Information: free and unlimited, please park on the top level of the deck

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Event Summary


AT&T - and hello Capital One, Norfolk Southern, and NCR - just to name a few. Atlanta's office boom shows no signs of stopping, despite a second period of negative absorption in 2018's Q3, according to a

report by Colliers. While AT&T

continued to close offices into Q4, other major projects in the pipeline could pivot Atlanta to positive absorption, and Midtown is still facing a development boom. At 2 million square feet, Midtown has the highest construction activity in all of Atlanta. Will the positive trends continue into 2019? And how could these new, major tenants influence amenity trends, vacancy rates, and more?

Join Bisnow as we bring together Atlanta's top developers and tenants to delve into Atlanta's office boom, and what makes the city so appealing for companies across various sectors. It's a Bisnow event you don't want to miss!

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1. What major tenants are moving in - and out - of Atlanta? 

2. How has the mixed-use boom impacted office development? 

3. Can Midtown handle the development boom? 

4. What other regions of Atlanta, such as Buckhead, are facing a rise in office development?

5. What amenities are tenants considering a make or break before moving into a new office space?