History

Below are some of the key projects that the Greenstone team has led over the years.

Click here to see a complete listing of all of our projects.

2018

HD Supply

HD Supply

Greenstone identified the HD Supply land in 2014 and moved forward with the site planning and design phases in order to attract a first-class company to the project.

2015

LINN Energy

LINN Energy

Greenstone conducted all requisite due diligence, zoning, civil and architectural design and engineering.

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Medac

Greenstone investigated and pursued the idea of relocating their corporate headquarters to North Augusta, SC to take advantage of economic incentives available to them in South Carolina.

2010

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Pinnacle at Symphony Place

The building was recognized as the 2010 NAIOP Nashville Office Development Deal of the year. The Bass, Berry & Sims lease transaction received the 2010 NAIOP Nashville Office Lease Deal of the year. The building received Gold LEED Certification making it the first LEED-certified skyscraper in the state.

2009

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Harrison Square

Working in partnership with the City of Fort Wayne and the Fort Wayne Minor League Baseball team, plans were made to develop a new stadium in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne next door to the Convention Center.

2008

Three Glenlake

Three Glenlake

Newell Rubbermaid had a goal to create a headquarters environment for their employees that would enhance their corporate culture and attract, develop and retain the top-notch talent needed in today’s competitive business environment.

2007

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45 Allen Plaza

Greenstone principals selected W, a Starwood premier luxury brand to be the flag for the hotel.

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55 Allen Plaza

2005

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30 Allen Plaza

30 Allen Plaza is the first building developed in downtown Atlanta’s Allen Plaza mixed use neighborhood.

2004

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Wells Fargo Tower

This building, then Alabama’s tallest building and originally SouthTrust Tower was purchased by Greenstone principals.

2003

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One Glenlake

Siebel Systems desired a new state of the art office building that would be the new home for their corporate headquarters.

2002

One Fed

One Federal Place

This building was in the planning stages with another developer when Greenstone principals were brought into the deal through a relationship with Bradley Arant’s broker and won it largely because of our willingness to listen to and accommodate the Tenant’s needs.

2001

Cingular

12525 – 12555 Cingular Way

This building was originally developed as a second phase for expansion of Nortel Network’s Alpharetta campus.

1999

MiltonPark

Milton Park

Milton Park consists of 110 acres purchased, rezoned and master planned in 1999.

1998

10 Glenlake

10 Glenlake

1997

50 Glenlake

50 Glenlake

The Hartford’s initial requirements were twofold; one for its corporate offices and one for servicing.

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Northwinds

Greenstone Properties/Pope & Land delivered six 6 story 150,000 square foot Class A office buildings (totaling 900,000 SF) within the 270 acre NorthWinds mixed use development.

1992

SunTrust Plaza

SunTrust Plaza

Has been the second-tallest building in Atlanta since constructed. When completed, it was the 28th tallest building in the world, and 21st tallest building in the United States. Since Atlanta’s tallest, the Bank of America Plaza, is located in nearby Midtown, SunTrust Plaza is the tallest in the downtown area, and features a rotating light on its pinnacle.

1989

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Riverwood 100

1986

Northpark

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