730 Midtown’s modern vibe helped attract its newest tenant, Parks IP Law, a firm dedicated to intellectual property law.
Parks IP Law signed a six-year lease for 6,000 square feet at 730 Midtown on Peachtree Street. The firm will move in December. Leigh Braswell, vice president with Lincoln, represented the property owner, Colony Realty Partners. Chitra Subbarayan with Ackerman represented the tenant.
This lease is a slight expansion from the firm’s current office space at 1117 Perimeter Center West, also leased and managed by Lincoln and owned by Colony. With the current lease expiring, co-founder Cynthia Parks was looking for a less traditional office space with a property manager and building owner she trusted. The Midtown submarket was also particularly attractive because it moved the firm closer to the majority of its clients.
“We could have moved anywhere, but I was really excited to find 730 Midtown was also managed by Lincoln,” said Parks. “ Our new office space in Midtown is exactly what we were looking for in a new home. Although the building does have some more traditional spaces, our offices have a modern feel with exposed ceilings, curved soffits, glass, concrete columns and indirect lighting.”