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Development

Principals of Greenstone Properties have developed nearly 30 office projects totaling over 7 million square feet of corporate office space since 1995. Of these 30 projects, 23 have been build-to-suit or lead tenant driven transactions. In every case, principals of Greenstone have had hands on involvement in the design, planning, financing and development of each building in a unique collaboration with the lead/build to suit tenant.

The goal of each of these projects is to exceed our client’s expectations by providing a building solution that creatively meets their needs at an aggressive pricing structure. These goals have been met on a project-by-project basis as demonstrated by award-winning design and construction, tremendous economic and operating efficiencies and, perhaps most telling, by repeat business.

Greenstone’s approach is simple. Understand the client’s operational and growth needs first – in other words “listen.” Once we understand our client’s needs, then we can begin the development process by designing the building from the inside out to achieve these operational and growth requirements. Once the ideal floor plan is determined, common areas and an exterior building envelope can be incorporated to meet the image requirement of the client. Developing from the inside out, Greenstone has been able to achieve efficiencies in square footage usage and operational activities that directly affect the corporate bottom line.

Principals of Greenstone have developed diversified office projects including, but not limited to a 628,000 RSF two phase project and Class A Office Campus for NORTEL and Cingular Wireless (now AT & T) in suburban Atlanta, a 520,000 RSF downtown Class A building in Nashville for Bass Berry & Sims, a rehab of a 400,000 RSF, 1960’s building in Midtown Atlanta subsequently leased to Earthlink as the lead tenant, a 350,000 RSF corporate headquarters for Newell Rubbermaid in Atlanta. In total, Greenstone’s ground up development experience includes projects varying in size from the above mentioned 628,000 RSF to 50,000 RSF.

Prior to 1995, the principals of Greenstone were also involved in an additional 3.0 million square feet of other projects including SunTrust Tower in downtown Atlanta (1,286,000 rsf). Other developments and related projects have included luxury hotels, residences, a Class A minor league baseball park, and various retail projects.