1180 Peachtree, a 41-story office tower developed by Hines and completed in February 2006 in Midtown Atlanta, was the first high-rise office building in the southeastern United States to receive Gold certification under the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED for Core & Shell rating system.
The office tower contains several green features, including a unique water-management system using captured and stored rainwater and condensate from the building’s mechanical system to provide 100 percent of the project’s irrigation water, circumventing the need for city water for irrigation.
The 669,711-square-foot building was sold by Hines in September 2006. Hines continues to manage and lease the property.
1180 Peachtree Street NE
Corner of Peachtree and 14th streets
Pickard Chilton Architects
Net Rentable Area
669,711 sq. ft.
(62,216 sq. m.)
King & Spalding
Russell Reynolds Associates
American Property Award 2009
Atlanta Business Chronicle 2001
BOMA Award 1998
BOMA TOBY Earth Award 2009
Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design 2008
Development Authority of Fulton County Georgia 2003
International Commercial Property Awards 2009
NAIOP Award 2006
Southeast Construction 2005
ULI Award 2007
ENERGY STAR 2008-2012
LEED Gold 2006
Larry Channell, Senior Property Manager