November 6, 2014
Shea Meddin Represents HowStuffWorks in 10,000 SF New Lease at Ponce City Market
ATLANTA, November 6, 2014 – Ackerman & Co. today announced the completion of a 10,303-square-foot new office lease on behalf of innovative edutainment company HowStuffWorks, Inc., at Ponce City Market, the redeveloped Sears Roebuck & Co. building overlooking Ponce de Leon Avenue in Midtown, Atlanta.
Shea Meddin, vice president of brokerage at Ackerman led the assignment on behalf of HowStuffWorks; Cushman & Wakefield’s Aileen Almassy and Kyle Kenyon represented the landlord, Jamestown.
HowStuffWorks will take occupancy of its new space on the fourth floor early next year. “They are relocating and expanding their headquarters from Buckhead to Ponce City Market to incorporate new audio and video production studios all under one roof,” said Meddin. “Locating near the Beltline and in a more urban environment surrounded by the energy and culture of similar companies were key factors in the company’s final decision to make Ponce City Market its new home,” he added.
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Headquartered in Atlanta, Ackerman & Co. is a privately held, full-service commercial real estate firm focused on providing quality investment, brokerage, management and development services in the Southeast. The company, founded in 1967, retains an expert team of more than 100 real estate professionals. To date, Ackerman & Co. has developed and acquired more than 30 million square feet of office, medical, retail and mixed-use space, has nearly 4 million square feet under management, and maintains an investment portfolio valued at $750 million.
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