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Whole Foods will move its south regional headquarters to the reimagined Colony Square in 2020, further fueling Midtown’s burgeoning redevelopment efforts.
North American Properties purchased Colony Square in late 2015, with the intent to reposition the office and retail complex as a gathering hub for Midtown Atlanta. A new six-story building, known as Building 300, will house five floors of office and retail space. Whole Foods will have 90 regional employees on two floors, or 30,000 square-feet, of the building.
The regional headquarters, currently in Roswell, will feature a test kitchen for Whole Food’s culinary team at the Midtown location.
“We wanted an office in an urban, creative community that celebrates food and offers our team members a collaborative work space and a variety of mobility options,” Turner said.
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