Vesta Corporation

  • Vesta Plans Redevelopment of DC Apartments

    Vesta Corp. has unveiled plans to completely redevelop Highland Terrance Apartments, a 124-unit multifamily property formerly known as the Gregory Apartments. The apartment community is in the southeast region of Washington, D.C.

    Midatlantic 20 October 2014 19:18
  • Vesta Solidifies Alpharetta Location as Eastern Region Hub

    Cushman & Wakefield announced recently that it represented Portland, Ore.-based Vesta Corporation in a 36,556-square-foot long term lease. The seven-year contract at Brookside Concourse in Alpharetta replaces the electronic payment solutions provider’s previous sublease.

    Atlanta 12 February 2014 20:38

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