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Alliance Center

The Alliance Center is a complex in Paramount at Buckhead. It also includes the 22-floor One Alliance Center, and the 30-floor Two Alliance Center.

Previously the Consulate-General of Japan in Atlanta was in Suite 1600 on the 16th floor of One Alliance Center,[1][2] and the consul general's office had a northward panoramic view of Kennesaw Mountain. In 2005 the consul general's mansion was also in Buckhead.[2] In 2002 the consulate announced it was moving from Colony Square to One Alliance Center. It had signed a ten-year lease there for fewer than 26,000 square feet (2,400 m2) of space. The consulate had over three years left on the lease of Colony Square. Because TrizecHahn Office Properties Inc. owned both office properties, the consulate was easily able to move to its new location.[3]

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  1. ^ "Directions." Consulate-General of Japan. April 23, 2003. Retrieved on May 23, 2013. "Consulate General of Japan One Alliance Center 3500 Lenox Road, Suite 1600 Atlanta, GA 30326 "
  2. ^ a b Chapman, Dan. "A different breed; Japan's man in Atlanta has fallen in love with the city and doesn't want to go home." The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Wednesday February 16, 2005. Atlanta & The World p. 1F. "Hisaeda (pronounced hee-sah-EH-dah) proudly noted that he welcomed more visitors than any previous Japanese consul general since the consulate was established in 1974. "I have been very successful as a host," he said during an interview in his 16th-floor Buckhead office, with a panoramic view northward to Kennesaw Mountain." Available from Infotrac Gale Cengage Learning.
  3. ^ Gove, Matt. "Japanese Consulate says goodbye to Colony Square." Atlanta Business Journal. March 4, 2002. Retrieved on May 21, 2013.

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