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Brookhaven’s newest Class-A office high-rise is open for business

Post Date:10/31/2017 11:19 AM


Brookhaven’s newest Class-A office high-rise is open for business
City signs off on occupancy, aggressive marketing campaign underway

Brookhaven, GA, Oct. 30, 2017 – The City of Brookhaven recently signed off on the occupancy of 4004 Summit, the newest edition to Brookhaven’s skyline in the perimeter area.  The approval paves the way for Seven Oaks and CBRE to begin showing off the building’s amenities to potential corporate clients.

“We represent the largest block of Class A office space in this area.  The Perimeter market has long since been the land of the large corporate presence,” said Randy Holmes, principal with Seven Oaks Co.  “Now we are focused on securing leases with major corporate tenants.” 

The 4004 Summit building is a 15-story Class A office tower nestled in Perimeter Summit, a bustling 83-acre compound of vibrant dining and event spaces, meeting facilities, apartment homes, a new hotel and over 1.8 million square feet of Class A office space.  The site enjoys close proximity to the highly sought-after neighborhoods of Dunwoody and Brookhaven, prime access to GA 400, I-285 and MARTA, and area amenities such as retail, restaurants, hotels and a Brookhaven Police substation. Up to 24,500 square feet per floor with eight corner offices are available.  Neighbors include IBM/The Weather Co., Sysnet Global Solutions, Verizon, Autotrader and Zurich insurance, among others.

“This Seven Oaks project is the largest single development that the City of Brookhaven has ever approved in its nearly 5-year history,” said Brookhaven City Manager Christian Sigman.  “We were able to work with Seven Oaks and DeKalb County to get it accomplished, and we are looking forward to welcoming our new neighbors, whoever they may be”

Although the project has been planned for years, the current development team led by Seven Oaks was able to complete the project in 21 months, blazing new trails through the relatively new city government of Brookhaven and navigating sewer capacity issues in DeKalb County.

“We dealt with the City of Brookhaven in terms of permitting, approval and inspections process, and DeKalb County for water and sewer service and fire.  We have had our share of logistical challenges, which comes with the territory on a project of this magnitude.  But working with Brookhaven and DeKalb County has been a very pleasant process,” said Holmes.

“It all went very smoothly.”

In terms of the much-publicized sewer capacity issues, engineers from Seven Oaks and DeKalb County were able to ensure that 4004 Summit had ample capacity to support full occupancy.

“DeKalb County has available capacity for growth in most areas of our sewer system.  This year we have made significant investments and progress in inspecting, repairing and cleaning the system,” said Dekalb County Deputy Chief Operating Officer Ted Rhinehart. “Seven Oaks is a good example of a large developer planning and communicating well in advance, and then working closely with both the City and the County as the project progressed, to ensure success.”

“What could have been a challenging situation from a cost and schedule standpoint, wasn’t – as DeKalb went out of their way to work with us on solutions to help us close the project out.  It really has been a collaborative effort,” said Holmes.

“I am very proud that the newest and most attractive corporate office space is right here in Brookhaven.  We are confident the building will attract a world-class tenant for Brookhaven and the Perimeter area,” said Sigman.

For more information about 4004 Summit, visit

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Aerial view of the recently completed of the 15-story 4004 Summit property


Media Contacts:
Burke Brennan
Director of Communications

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