North Fulton County — one of Atlanta's most affluent suburban areas — is seeing an influx of new office tenants and development. But there is a clear line of demarcation between areas with momentum and areas that have stagnated: a 53-mile stretch of state highway that cuts through the county.
On the east side of Georgia 400 is development that sprouted up during the 1980s and 1990s, and with it all of the characteristics of suburban commercial development, for better or worse. But to its west, developers are unleashing a new breed of mixed-use projects that are attracting the titans of…
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