Case Studies 2 Hilton Garden Inn - Together with Michael Bisciotti acquired this 30,000 sq ft site to build a CVS. Sold subsequently to Northpoint Hospitality who then built the first dual branded hotel in Atlanta, which they sold in November 2015 for $155 million. Federal Reserve - Foreclosed on an unassembled 11 acre site set to be developed as an enclosed shopping mall by Australian developer LJ Hooker. Finished the acquisition, closed the streets, demolished eleven structures, and sold the assembled site to Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Organic Grocer - Sold this 96,000 sq ft while city block twice over 20 years. Represented the Toronto Dominion Bank the first time and Novare Group the second time. Related Companies plans to construct 400 units and a 66,000 sq ft Whole Foods beginning in Jan 2016. Plaza Midtown 1 - Sold one third of the entire city block to Daniel Corp and Selig Enterprises, who together built over 400 condo units and 40,000 sq ft of successful retail including Publix grocery store. Medical Office Building - Acquired this site between 12th and 13th Streets on behalf of Novare Group. Northside Hospital has bought it and plans to construct 200,000 sq ft of medical office in 2016. Skyhouse South - Very complicated transaction involving 5 separate properties and closure of the famous Backstreets night club. Essentially acquired 85% of the city block, which became Skyhouse South and Skypoint. Ten Peachtree Place - Acquired a 310,000 sq ft concrete structure that had been just topped out but was in foreclosure. Acted as developer and spent 24 months completing the tower which was then sold to Cousins and an affiliate of Coca-Cola. Post Midtown - Acquired this site as part of a larger 11 acre land acquisition for the Federal Reserve building. Traded the 40,000 sq ft site to the City of Atlanta (who planned to build the Children’s Museum) in exchange for the public right of way of Old 10th Street and a portion of Crescent Street. Closed the two streets to build the Federal Reserve. Meanwhile, the City, instead of building the Children’s Museum, sold the parcel which was developed into Post Midtown. Plaza Midtown 2 - Sold one third of the entire city block to Daniel Corp and Selig Enterprises, who together built over 400 condo units and 40,000 sq ft of successful retail including Publix grocery store.