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Last summer, the Hines team received word that an unidentified customer was undertaking a multi-city search to find at least 200,000 square feet of office space. One of the places that attracted the prospective tenant was the West Midtown submarket in Atlanta, where the Hines Atlantic Yards project sits.

That customer turned out to be Microsoft. Hines and its partner Invesco Real Estate scrambled to woo the technology giant and ultimately secured the prize: Microsoft will occupy 523,000 square feet, the entirety of the two-building Atlantic Yards office development, in the summer of 2021.

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