Cushman & Wakefield represented Brightree LLC in the software company’s headquarters relocation to a new creative loft office development in Technology Park in the Peachtree Corners submarket.

The Boston-based Cushman & Wakefield team involved in the deal included Rory Murray, Executive Vice President and Global Real Estate Portfolio Expert on the Global Occupier Services Team, and Michael Weiss, Director, Global Occupier Services.

“Relocating to Peachtree Corners puts our company close to the area’s new amenities, which made our decision even easier,” said Matt Mellott, CEO of Brightree.

Brightree will lease 60,500 square feet of former office and warehouse space at Bureau 125 Tech Park, a renovation from Atlanta-based developer Parkside Partners. Part of a master plan to create infrastructure to attract technology companies to the park, the project will feature exposed brick, high ceilings and access to the 11.5-mile multi-use Peachtree Corners Tech Park Trail, connecting the property to the city’s new retail and housing projects.

“One way for tech companies to attract top-tier employees is by choosing a workplace with a wow factor,” said Weiss. “When you combine a newly renovated office with first class amenities and a convenient location, you create a true community with a tangible vibrancy.”

Brightree LLC, a software company founded in 2002, makes cloud-based software for healthcare organizations. The company is a subsidiary of ResMed, which bought Brightree in 2016 for $800 million.

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