Lincoln Property Company Southeast has taken over the management and leasing of Silhouette Midtown, a 10-story, 116,600-square-foot office building located at 1447 Peachtree Street in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Wells Fargo awarded Lincoln the assignment after a competitive bid.
Lincoln managed and leased the building, which sits between the High Museum and the Savannah College of Art and Design, from 2006 to 2008. During that time, the company oversaw an extensive renovation of the property, which was constructed in 1964. The $3.2 million renovation was an effective repositioning effort that included a full replacement of the building systems, a new façade with energy efficient glass and glazing, , extensive hardscape and landscape on the Peachtree Street frontage, a stylish new lobby, and distinctive murals painted along the south and west faces of the building, from which the building draws its name. Since its renovation, the boutique office space has been marketed to technology and creative firms.
The building is currently 74 percent leased and has one full floor totaling about 11,000 square feet available. Notable tenants include Digitas, TALK International and Farrington Design Group. David Danhof, vice president for Lincoln, and Sabrina Altenbach and Daniel Bamberger, leasing associates for the firm, will oversee the leasing of the property.
“Silhouette Midtown is a wonderfully unique, ‘jewel box’ office building,” said Tony Bartlett, senior vice president of Lincoln Property Company Southeast. “We could not be more excited about the chance to be associated again with this asset and work with an important client like Wells Fargo to create value for this assignment.”