After years of landlords struggling to backfill larger anchor spaces, absorption of big-box spaces has started to tick up in metro Atlanta, dropping 15.2 percent since 2010, according to CoStar. Spaces and centers that sat empty for as long as three to five years are finally being leased by new tenants who are entering the market or by existing tenants who are looking to expand their footprints in metro Atlanta.
Retailers are attracted to these big-box opportunities b
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