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ATLANTA—This week in the Southeast saw strong numbers out of Atlanta’s office market. Georgia—Atlanta and its suburbs—dominated commercial real estate industry news.

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ATLANTA—Growth among local businesses, as well as the continued influx of firms from other markets, helped support steady office leasing activity in Atlanta during 2017. While Atlanta waits to see if it has won the highly coveted Amazon HQ2, the city still has many recent notable office-using additions. For one, Koning Corporation—a Rochester, New York-based medical device manufacturer—recently said that it will relocate its headquarters to Atlanta. The move will bring 400 new jobs.

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