Loudermilk said the people who attend these events often have deep pockets.
“When people have these cow shows, there are people who show up with cows that are maybe half a million dollars a cow,” he said.
In the pipeline are 359 East Paces, a planned 100K SF boutique office building, and 371 East Paces, a 120K SF high-end medical office building set to open next year. All of these projects are in Buckhead Village, a place Loudermilk said looks like Midtown a decade ago, when residential first started sprouting there, creating what is Atlanta’s truest 24-hour district. “I feel that there’s a huge opportunity here. I feel it’s just the beginning,” he said. “[Residential] will put more feet on the street. More demand for restaurants.”
Originally appearing in Bisnow
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