Business Briefs: New retail shops open around Intown and more

Synovus Bank has opened a new branch at the Station R apartment complex and retail center at 144 Moreland Ave., across the street from the Edgewood Retail District.

Kroger’s Atlanta Division recently donated 17 pallets of apparel and shoes to the United Way of Greater Atlanta. The donation will support the United Way as it continues its mission of providing resources to improve the well-being of children, families and individuals in the community.

Hyatt Regency Atlanta has dedicated a 1,600 sq. ft. luxury suite overlooking its famous atrium lobby in honor of Civil Rights icon Coretta Scott King, who was a regular guest of the Downtown hotel. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference meeting in August 1967 – attended by Mrs. King and her husband Martin Luther King Jr. – was the second event the hotel ever hosted.

Larkin on Memorial in Grant Park will be home to Vibe Ride’s second studio and first franchise. The indoor cycling studio focuses on high-energy, motivating workouts paired with music videos and live DJs. For more information, visit larkinonmemorial.com.

CapTech, a national IT management consulting firm, expects to create 100 jobs by the end of 2018 in Atlanta, up from its original estimate of 50 as announced in 2016. Additionally, CapTech just relocated its expanded operations to a new 6,100 sq. ft. location in Midtown.

QUICK QUICK newsagent and boutique bodega will open its first location on the first floor of Ponce City Market. Run by Jarrod Hunter Levine, the bodega will offer over 50 international arts, culture, fashion, design, and lifestyle periodicals, as well as a few staple daily newspapers, along with a selection of drinks, snacks, household and dry goods, toiletries, convenience items, and other sundries.

Polsinelli has been named “Law Firm of the Year” in Health Care by U.S. News & World Report in its 2018 “Best Law Firms” list.

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