UPDATE: Via Atlanta Unsheltered, I also see that the Flatiron Building is for sale. Again. I had noticed recently that it was being offered as office condos per floor, or something like that - it had signs saying "buy this floor" or something. It was
Really, though, this post is a chance to talk about Dewberry's continued use of the phrase "Uptown" to discuss his projects on the northern side of Midtown. Uptown was actually the name of the Midtown area at some point, although finding a reliable link for that is difficult. I think I've seen it on an old map somewhere.
At this point, though, it seems silly to keep insisting that a few parcels you own within a submarket deserve to be redefined as a separate area of the city. The company just keeps insisting on the using the term, though. Sometimes I get the impression they are using it just as the name of a series of development projects in the area, but mostly I get the impression that they want to call the entire area basically between Pershing Point and