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ATLANTA-A well-located building between the Midtown and Downtown markets that currently serves as a homeless shelter has been put on the market, reports the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The 96,000-square-foot building at 477 Peachtree St. has an asking price of $10.5 million.

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless began taking offers on its headquarters last month through Atlanta-based Gene Kansas Developments. Task force officials say the sale is being tried in response to city efforts to relocate the shelter, though no offers have been received on the building so far. The deadline for bids is March 16.

To read more about the building’s potential sale, click here.

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