Cushman & Wakefield has secured a 25,250-square-foot, full-floor sublease for the headquarters of Guardian Pharmacy Services at 171 17th Street at Atlantic Station in Midtown.
Sam Hollis, Ken Ashley and Whitney Hembree of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant in the transaction.
“We are very pleased with this opportunity to provide a workplace environment that will enhance the effectiveness of our organization,” said Fred Burke, CEO of Guardian Pharmacy Services. “We are most appreciative of the excellent work done by Sam Hollis and Ken Ashley of the Cushman & Wakefield brokerage team in helping us locate here. We are impressed with the level of quality offered by the building owner, KBS Realty Advisors, and the expertise of the Cushman & Wakefield team managing the building. Our team looks forward to enjoying this office environment for many years to come.”
Guardian Pharmacy Services’ new space previously was occupied by certain business units of Cushman & Wakefield before its consolidation at 1180 Peachtree last year.
“Guardian had outgrown its existing premises and the 171 17th space, which could no longer accommodate all of our requirements, was a beneficial sublease solution for both parties,” said Hollis, Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield.
171 17th Street is a 509,237-square-foot, 21-story Class A office building. The building was the first LEED Silver Core & Shell certified building constructed in the world, and features an expansive lobby with high-end finishes, column-free floor plates and dramatic floor-to-ceiling window lines. Amenities include an on-site café, conference center and shuttle service.