ATLANTA — Google will occupy 19 floors of its new Atlanta office currently under construction in Midtown. The office tower is part of a mixed-use development known as 1105 West Peachtree.
Selig Enterprises is developing the office tower, which is slated for completion in the third quarter of 2022. In addition to the 645,000-square-foot office component, the overall project will include a 64-unit condominium tower and a 178-room Epicurean Hotel.
Starting next year, Google will take occupancy of five floors, or roughly 150,000 square feet of the Midtown office building. The company says it will move into the remaining space over the next several years.
Last week, Google announced that it planned to invest more than $7 billion in offices and data centers across the country and create at least 10,000 new full-time jobs. Of that investment, $25 million is in the state of Georgia.
In its 2020 Economic Impact Report, Google shared how more than 67,000 businesses, publishers and nonprofits in Georgia used Google products last year. This activity generated $9.9 billion in economic activity in 2020, a 13 percent increase from 2019.
Google has called Georgia home since 2003. The company maintains an existing Midtown office, as well as a data center in Douglas County. There are more than 610 Google employees across the state.
Atlanta-based Selig is a family-owned and operated real estate company with a portfolio of more than 15 million square feet of retail, industrial, mixed-use and office properties throughout the Southeast.
— Kristin Hiller