Marlow’s Tavern, CVS and Solar Dimensions among first group of retailers to lease space at Emory Point

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Rendering courtesy of Emory Point’s website

Other businesses include clothing retailer, quick-serve sandwich shop, cleaners.

Cousins Properties, the developers of the Emory Point project, announced the first businesses to sign leases at the development, Monday.

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CVS, Jos A. Bank, Marlow’s Tavern, Which Wich, Solar Dimensions and Carriage Cleaners, are the first businesses to sign leases at the mixed-use development located in the Clifton Corridor, adjacent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and in close proximity to Emory University and Emory Healthcare, according to a press release.

Larry Gellerstedt, Cousins’ President and CEO, estimates these Emory Point retailers will create nearly 600 jobs.

“From locally owned stores and restaurants to national chains, Emory Point will provide the trade area with a unique mix of upscale retail and restaurant options,” Gellerstedt said in the release.

Construction began in July on Phase I, the $100+ million phase of the project, which accounts for more than 80,000 square feet of retail space and 443 apartments.

Phase I is expected to be complete by fall 2012. The second and third phases of the project will be “developed according to market demand,” the release notes.

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3 Comments

  1. Yes, I agree about Jason’s Deli. It should have been way ahead of the game before Which Wich was even considered….that place is way too confusing and the staff does not even help at all and actually the sandwich I did finally try was just gross….Go Jason’s Deli!:)

  2. Since the Which Wich probably will have a clause in their rental agreement forbidding the landlord to rent to another sandwich shop, perhaps we should just hope that Lettuce Souprise You! goes out of business in Loehmann’s Plaza and Jason’s Deli goes in there.

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