Business Briefs: Workplace360 opens; No18 club; Lewis and Sheron Textiles moves; and more

CBRE’s Workplace360

CBRE has opened its new, state-of-the-art Workplace360 office at Three Alliance Center in Atlanta. At almost 100,000 square feet, it’s the largest CBRE Workplace360 office in the world and features technology and flexible space. The new office consolidates two former offices into one, with employees from both the former CBRE office at Terminus 100 and CBRE | Heery’s former office at 999 Peachtree. Spanning four floors, the new office provides employees with 12 spaces to work from and includes free address desks, team work areas and technology-enabled conference rooms and huddle rooms.

Thanks to HotelierCo, affordable hotel ownership may now be a reality for anyone suitable in the crowd—not just accredited, institutional investors. The Vinings-based start-up, founded by Atlanta resident Nathan Kivi, began accepting investors in June. HotelierCo aims to bring investors early-stage hotel development opportunities, with a specific focus on boutique luxury lifestyle hotels. Once an investor invests in a HotelierCo property, he or she will own part of that hotel and can receive a discount on stays at that property—as well as any potential financial gains from his or her investment. Visit HotelierCo.com to learn more.

No18

No18, an aspirational members’ club and serviced office brand backed by International Workplace Group (IWG), has opened at The Shops at Buckhead Atlanta where it occupies nearly 30,000 square feet. The Atlanta club is the first No18 location in the U.S. and is the launching point for the brand’s forthcoming global expansion. No18 members have access to customizable workspaces, conference rooms and members’ lounges, as well as the No18 Bistro and Bar. On Sept. 19, No18 will host a grand opening event in partnership with Atlanta International Fashion Week. For additional information, go to no18.com.

Atlanta-design firm Morse Design has relaunched with a new website, AndiMorseDesign.com, making design accessible with an upscale aesthetic. Their website includes insider blog content, an easy-to-browse portfolio, and more. “I am committed to providing comfort, style and elegance, delivering a world class experience with an end result being a thoughtful and successful collaboration with timeless grace that can be enjoyed for years to come,” said Andi Morse, founder of Morse Design.

 Colliers International Atlanta has brokered the $24.8 million sale of Midtown Atlanta’s Silhouette Building from Dau Global, which purchased the building in 2014, to Silver Spirit Global of Marietta, Ga. Silver Spirit was founded by retail technology entrepreneur Sid Mookerji. The firm provides guidance and support services to help establish, operate and grow successful startup companies. The Colliers International Investment Sales-Office team of Hayes Swann and Aman Gaur represented Dau Global in the transaction. Wayland Swann and Bennett Gottlieb of Capital Real Estate Group represented Silver Spirit Global.

North Decatur Station

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged the sale of North Decatur Station to Weingarten Realty Investors. The 86,164-square-foot shopping center in Decatur, Ga. is anchored by a Whole Foods Market 365. Fain Hicks, Lane Breedlove and Tyler Anderson of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, S.J. Collins, in the transaction. The 290-unit Solis Decatur Apartments, part of the mixed-use development, were not included as part of the transaction.

After 33 years on Huff Road, Lewis and Sheron Textiles, a four-generation family business, has moved to its new Atlanta location. In honor of serving Atlanta for 75 years, Lewis and Sheron Textiles has upgraded to a new showroom on 1017 Collier Road. “It’s an honor celebrating 75 years in such a diverse and special city,” said Mr. Sheron. Go to lsfabrics.com for more info.

Skanska USA, a leading global development and construction firm, is moving its Atlanta office to Peachtree Center’s Marquis One at 245 Peachtree Center Avenue. Taking 15,004-square-feet on the 25th floor, the company is relocating from 55 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. Skanska will take occupancy of the new space in Q2 of 2020. Colliers International handled both sides of the deal, with Senior Vice Presidents Deming Fish and Jessica Doyle as the landlord representatives for Banyan Street Capital and Senior Vice Presidents Drew Levine and Bob Ward as the tenant representatives for Skanska. PDR is the interior architect and Skanska will complete the build out.

No Comments Yet

Comments are closed

Sign up for our emails

Enter your email and stay on top of local news!