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Central Perimeter's Booming Market

What's Next for the Thriving Neighborhood

Event Ended On: Tuesday May 1 2018

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

The Summit

Entire Fourth Floor Available!

• 180,000 Rentable SF with convenient access to Dunwoody, North Fulton and I-285.
• Covered and Surface Parking - 4.5/1000.
• Resort-like patio overlooking beautifully landscape grounds, lake with fountain and basketball/volleyball courts!
• Less than 1 mile from The Forum for shopping and dining.

For leasing information, please contact:
Chip Roach | croach@pmrg.com | 404.671.4705
Stephen Clifton | sclifton@pmrg.com | 404.671.4719

Speakers and Panels

Improving Transit for the Perimeter

Denis Shortal

Denis Shortal

Mayor, City of Dunwoody
Ann Hanlon

Ann Hanlon

Executive Director, Perimeter Community Improvement Districts
Andrea Worthy
Moderator

Andrea Worthy

Economic Development Director, City of Sandy Springs

What's Next for Perimeter 2018?

Clay Grubb

Clay Grubb

CEO, Grubb Properties
Randy Holmes

Randy Holmes

Principal, Seven Oaks Company

Venue

The Summit
5550-A Peachtree Parkway
Norcross, GA 30092

Floor: 4th Floor

Parking Information:
Free Onsite Parking

When drivers approach the parking deck, they will take the first ramp on the right and enter to go to the upper level. On the opposite side from that ramp is the exit ramp (one way only on both sides).

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Improving Transit for the Perimeter
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
What's Next for Perimeter 2018?
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Event Networking

Summary

 
1) What's next for Central Perimeter's office, retail, mixed-use and multifamily markets this year?
 
2) How has the Central Perimeter maintained its sense of community? How has the Perimeter continued to evolve as a live-work-play destination?
 
3) What does the Central Perimeter have over its neighbors? How will Perimeter's office market continue to emerge and attract new tenants?
 
4) How are the Central Perimeter's traditional office spaces changing to compete with their coworking office competitors?