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The Alpharetta-based Shane Investment Property Group is planning to redevelop a roughly 5,500-square-foot commercial space located near the intersection of Ponce de Leon Avenue and Monroe Drive.
The developer says the units could be converted into condos in the future.
Bank plans to open a new branch at the 3,700 square-foot building located at the corner of Monroe and Ponce de Leon sometime in 2013.
Oriental Designer Rugs is moving to the westside's home décor and furnishings district after a nearly two-decade run in the Amsterdam Walk district.
Deckard’s American Tavern has closed its doors. Meanwhile, Café Intermezzo prepares to leave Buckhead for Midtown.
Government, Real Estate
Atlanta mayor tells audience at breakfast put on by the Midtown-based Carter real estate group that he will not seek higher office in our nation's capital.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Gatsby's will have a Roaring Twenties theme.
Popular eatery taking over former Jersey Mike's Subs space
Sports, Real Estate
Representatives of Odyssey Sports Atlanta still working on overall plans for what would be a $100 million, 560,000 square-foot sports complex in the Loring Heights neighborhood.
New restaurant readying for a 2012 opening in the former Outwrite Bookstore space to feature window/doors with the capability of sliding all the way open.
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