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January 14, 2019 |

Julie Sellers Quoted in Alpharetta Roswell Herald

In an article published on Jan. 10, 2018 in the Alpharetta Roswell Herald, partner Julie Sellers discusses Northside Hospital’s proposed medical complex in a growing area of Alpharetta. Sellers is representing the property owner selling the property to Northside Hospital as it seeks approval for a three-story, 60,000 square foot medical office building, a two-story, 20,000 square foot medical office and a three-level parking deck. Occupancy within the complex will be restricted to Northside Hospital and its affiliates, Sellers said. The proposal won unanimous approval Jan. 3 at a meeting before the Alpharetta Planning Commission and will go before Alpharetta City Council this month. For the full article, please click...

January 8, 2019 |

Stephanie Friese Discusses Legal Issues Surrounding Public Art in Development Magazine

In an article published in the Winter 2018 / 2019 issue of NAIOP’s Development Magazine, founding and managing partner Stephanie Friese discusses the importance of developers balancing contracts, intellectual property issues and government involvement when commissioning public art pieces for commercial developments. Friese explains that lawyers are the second-most important group involved due to the need to establish boundaries that balance the rights of all stakeholders. Friese also recommends that developers create a wide circle of advisers that includes key parties such as the art community, neighborhood representatives and legal experts. For the full article, click...

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