• Property Details for 5571 Arundel Dr

    Property Details for 5571 Arundel Dr

    5571 Arundel Dr, Atlanta, GA 30327 5571 Arundel Dr, Atlanta, GA 30327 Property Features Lower Bedrooms: 1 Baths Full: 3 Dining Room Desc: Seats 12+, Separate Dng Rm *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly. Property History for 5571 Arundel Dr Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment 2017 Price Not Available $78,560 + $105,560 = $184,120 2016 $5,823 $78,560 + $105,560 = $184,120 2015 $5,703 $71,080 + $108,920 = $180,000 The price and tax history data displayed is obtained from…

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    Real Estate Notebook: Cousins may not be done buying; Norcross redevelopment – Atlanta Business Chronicle

    Cousins Properties Inc. may already be looking to buy more Midtown development sites. Atlanta’s largest office landlord, which just revealed plans for a 500-foot Midtown tower, remains bullish on future development opportunities in the neighborhood, which is known for The Woodruff Arts Center, Fox Theatre and many of the city’s recent high-profile corporate expansions. A few notable sites remaining in Midtown include about 4 acres at West Peachtree, Spring Street, Ponce de Leon Avenue and 3rd Street. It’s owned by a group that includes the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta. Areas generally south of 675 West Peachtree Street, a landmark property once known as the Southern Bell Tower, could allow for…

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    First Look: Parkway 400 project project reflects a changing Alpharetta (Renderings) – Atlanta Business Chronicle

    For more than two decades, the formula for a suburban Atlanta office park seemed to work: develop mid-rise buildings along Georgia 400, with a short drive to the mall, the CEO’s house, and a golf course. Now, projects such as Avalon in Alpharetta, have proven a new model, with upscale apartments, and the right mix of stores and restaurants next to the office buildings, can achieve rents as high as some urban markets. Greenstone Properties, which is pitching a project at Georgia 400 and Old Milton Parkway, has taken notice. For example, it wants to reduce the amount of office space currently entitled for its project Parkway 400, from 630,000…