The money was related to the project Jacoby pitched to include the largest movie and TV studio in the Southeast, plus multifamily housing, a hotel and educational components.
Little has happened on the site, however, and OFS initiated a separate lawsuit in Fulton County earlier this year, claiming Jacoby hadn't paid more than $120,000 in rent for buildings that it and affiliated studio company MBS3 were allowed to lease on OFS property.
OFS also claimed that its larger purchase-sale agreement with Jacoby had expired in Sept. 2016.
That suit was also settled last week, with both sides voluntarily dropping their claims.
Jacoby and OFS have both remained quietly publicly. The developer has not commented on the litigation and OFS spokeswoman Sherry Salyer has only released the following comment: “OFS self-manages an active television and film production portfolio while continuing to market a portion of the property.”
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