The office tower is home to companies like Salesforce, Rent Path, and Wells Fargo.
Banyan Street Capital, the new owners of Buckhead’s Atlanta Plaza, Tuesday announced a timeline for renovations to the office tower.
News of the overhaul comes more than a year following Atlanta Plaza's $137.5 million sale.
Renovations include a transformation of the lobby and entry to the building, added amenities and outdoor workspaces, upgraded corridors and expanded conference facilities.
The entry will open to East Paces Ferry, which is under an expansion through the Buckhead CID.
“The timing with renovations at Atlanta Plaza and the Buckhead CID’s road improvements align perfectly...” Chris Port, CBRE Senior Vice President, said in the announcement.
CBRE is representing Banyan Street Capital in the leasing.
“Keeping the brand of the building in tact, while seamlessly adding technology infrastructure and tenant comforts will be critical in ensuring the success of the renovation efforts.”
Atlanta Plaza’s "reinvention" pays homage to Atlanta’s John K. Ottley while incorporating "modern strategies for workplace design," according to the announcement.
Perkins+Will is the architect of record.
Atlanta Plaza has direct covered access to MARTA and is also along PATH400 which will connect to parks, multifamily buildings, retail, and restaurants.
The property offers a concierge service, on-site dry cleaning and fitness center, bike storage and showers.
Notable tenants include Salesforce, RentPath, Securities and Exchange Commission, Wells Fargo and Rubicon.
Renovations will be complete by the end of 2017.