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Dimensional Place (Common Market South End site)

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2 hours ago, atlrvr said:

Yes... Cousins develops to notch buildings.... typically partnering with Duda Paine architects.....hoping we get another Uptown soon :ph34r:

Cousins just had it's Q3 earnings call meeting. Everything is going exceptionally well for them.

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4214783-cousins-properties-inc-cuz-ceo-larry-gellerstedt-q3-2018-results-earnings-call-transcript

Some excerpts:

Collin Connolly: "Our Uptown portfolio is well positioned, with 99% occupancy rate and modest near-term expirations. This quarter, our team signed over 80,000 square feet of leases, the most significant of these being a long-term extension with Fifth Third Bank at Fifth Third Center. Over in the South End, we are on track to deliver Dimensional Place in the first quarter of 2019."

Larry Gellerstedt: "And I -- we're looking at a site that I'm optimistic about to add in Charlotte that I would hope may become actionable sometime next year."

It appears they are extremely bullish in CLT as a market.

Edit: I just saw that @atlrvr posted about this already but I'll leave mine here.

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Rental brochure for the retail space available at Dimensional Funds building.   Seems to be 3 spots unless they break up the larger 8000+ sq ft spot into another space.  Leasing by Foundry. 

https://research.catylist.com/api/images/data/og/media/user_uploads/5bed80724c3f400001ae4d2e_Dimensional Place_Brochure_20181114.pdf

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11 hours ago, KJHburg said:

Rental brochure for the retail space available at Dimensional Funds building.   Seems to be 3 spots unless they break up the larger 8000+ sq ft spot into another space.  Leasing by Foundry. 

https://research.catylist.com/api/images/data/og/media/user_uploads/5bed80724c3f400001ae4d2e_Dimensional Place_Brochure_20181114.pdf

They will break it up, and MPV was doing the leasing and dumped them, because clearly they couldn't get any tenants. 

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I Really wish we built up an area similarly to Buckhead, I acknowledge that sprawl is negative towards a city and it’s traffic but I adore the architecture found in Buckhead area.

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