ATLANTA—Three lease deals totaling more than 77,000 square feethave pushed the office leased rate at the One Ninety OnePeachtree Tower building here to 92%.

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The rate is the highest level the property has enjoyed sinceAtlanta-based Cousins Properties Inc. acquired thebuilding in 2006. At the end of 2013, the leased rate at the officetower stood at 87%.

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The largest lease deal was with accounting firm DixonHughes Goodman, LLP, which leased 51,066 square feet atthe 50-story, 1.2 million square-foot Class A office tower indowntown Atlanta. The tenant was represented by JohnShlesinger and Ellen Stern withCBRE, Inc.

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Also helping boost the leased rate at the property was theAssociation County Commissioners of Georgia's17,956-square-foot deal. The association was represented byAddison Meriwether and AllisonBittel of Cushman & Wakefield.

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In addition, law firm Hall Booth Smith, P.C., atenant at One Ninety One Peachtree since 2009, expanded by 8,100square feet and now leases a total of 64,359 square feet at thebuilding. Hall Booth Smith was represented by Addison Meriwether ofCushman & Wakefield.

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“We appreciate the vote of confidence from these well-respectedcompanies and are thrilled to announce their addition to an alreadyoutstanding tenant roster at One Ninety One Peachtree,” saysLarry Gellerstedt, president and CEO of CousinsProperties. “Our recent leasing activity truly demonstrates how OneNinety One Peachtree continues to be the office location of choicein our vibrant downtown community.”

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John Jordan

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