Electronic gifts retailer submits to the City of Atlanta an application for a building permit.
Progress to the tenant mix for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s new terminal is being made.
Brookstone, an electronic gifts retailer, is the most recent retailer to submit an application to the City of Atlanta for a building permit, after being awarded a contract to open at the airport.
The electronic gifts retailer will spend an estimated $141,373 for its build-out at the terminal.
HMS Host and Duty Free, the airport food-service companies responsible for bringing restaurant and retail options to travelers, submitted several applications in February to receive building permits to begin tenant build-outs on its winning contracts.