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Upgrades Planned for Liberty Plaza

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has anybody read the full article from this week's bizjournal? years ago when Spectrum properties owned the building, they had plans for new restaurants, a clock tower, permanent outdoor kiosks, and a new crown. Im not sure if Atlantic Coast has the same plan or just simple interior renovations.

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please post if you have read what they plan to do to the building.

quote form triad.bizjournals.com:

Atlantic Coast Commercial has signed multiple tenants, including the Forsyth County Department of Health's finance and administration division, to leases at Liberty Plaza downtown and is planning upgrades to the building in 2007. William Daniel, a principal at Atlantic Coast, said the most recent deal was an 8,000-square-foot lease with the county health department, which moved 22 employees to the location from its main facility on Highland Avenue.

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they should make the building a little taller then put a big crown on :D

and also make th eoutside of the building look better

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This property is really a diamond in the rough, with the large plaza it get really be a shining gem in the downtown W-S area. Hopefully they can get some retail on the lower floors!

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The Secret Garden Restaurant 3rd and Liberty!

Smitty's notes reports that a fine dining restaurant is coming to Liberty Plaza in the former register of deeds space. the restaurant will also have a 12th floor bar!

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i saw pics of Moby's Coffee shop at Liberty Plaza on another website. Looks like a nice place to chill and get some treats. Plus I believe they have music and other activities there every now and then. It is a Christian based operation.

Go visit

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Yes, it's a good addition for downtown; however, I don't see anyone there hardly. :scared:

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