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President Renee Herzing said the 50 Hurt Plaza building would be a “convenient and attractive location” for hundreds of students pursuing degrees in nursing, business, healthcare, legal studies, public safety, cybersecurity and information technology.
The university has “served adult learners in Atlanta for almost 40 years and this move will help us support more students in the years to come,” she said.
The 18-story Hurt Building was built in 1913 and acquired by Gamma Real Estate and Meltzer Properties in 2016. A $4 million-dollar renovation began in October and is expected to be complete by May.
JLL has leased more than 130,000 square feet at the building since 2016, the release said. Herzing University’s lease brings Hurt to 80 percent occupancy.
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