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Developer to convert vacant Downtown office tower into apartment complex

An aging 20-story commercial building that for years has sat vacant in Downtown may be turned into hundreds of apartments. Since last summer, Paces Properties has tried to buy the 250 Piedmont building located between Baker Street and John Portman Blvd. The Atlanta-based firm finally completed the sale in late April, purchasing the property for a little more than $8 million.
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