Atlanta, Ga. – March 19, 2014 – Nestled in the Fairlie-Poplar District of downtown Atlanta, at
the corner of Fairlie and Walton, sit 75 Marietta and 84 Walton Street, two
buildings connected both physically and historically. These buildings were originally
built in the early 1900s, one of which was a Georgia Railroad and Power Company
(the predecessor to Georgia Power) substation for powering the streetcar system,
and the other occupied as the headquarters of Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic
Only ¼ mile from the streetcar line in the center of the theater
and arts district with Woodruff Park to the West and Centennial Olympic Park to
the East and numerous restaurants, MARTA and the Atlanta BeltLine within
walking distance, this location is perfectly suited for any organization
looking to enhance their brand. Opportunities range from 1,500 to 81,000 square
Charles Beard and Scott
DeMyer are spearheading the leasing of the adjoined buildings.
“The former substation
space has great potential for creativity.
The projects dedicated parking, exposed brick, high ceilings, historic
attributes and exterior brick façade offer a unique branding opportunity for
the right business,” DeMyer said.
Central Atlanta Progress has
relocated to the fifth floor of the Walton Street building, allowing all future
tenants a front-row seat to what’s happening in Downtown Atlanta. The group
focuses on Downtown development, restoration and overall improvement.
“84 Walton and 75 Marietta are connected by a
indoor walkway on each of the upper floors.
This connection provides for approximately 19,000 square feet of
contiguous rentable space on one level with a multitude of corner offices and
light from large windows, Beard said.
“The combination of historical elements mixed with fresh traditional
office space and common area renovations will make this property a decorated
elder statesman of the Fairlie-Poplar district,” Beard said.
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About Seling Enterprises
For nearly a century, Selig Enterprises
(www.seligenterprises.com) has maintained a commitment to excellence, dedicated
to meeting the needs of its tenants as well as the community. Founded in 1918
by Ben J. Massell, Selig Enterprises’ portfolio includes shopping centers,
industrial complexes and office developments throughout the Southeast. The
company provides leasing, development, acquisition, space design, construction,
legal, property management, parking operation (owns AAA Parking), brokerage and
accounting services for more than 250 properties in 37 cities across 5 states.
Under the direction of Stephen Selig III, Selig Enterprises is one of the
largest privately held real estate companies in the Southeast.