Dave And Buster’s Fills Vacant Sears Stores
Dave & Buster’s has an estimated 100 stores in operation across the country, each of which is from 25K to 43K SF. New stores in smaller cities will test a smaller 17K SF format to better fit with the population. The brand is looking to open 14 new locations in 2018 and another 15 next year.
Increase Data Center Activity Projected In Atlanta In 2018
Later that year, DataBank struck a deal to develop and operate a 90K SF data center connected to Portman Holdings’ Coda project in the heart of Midtown. And it came with a customer in tow, too, with Georgia Tech taking 25% of its 8.8 megawatt capacity. “It’s extremely attractive for a data center developer … who spends the vast amounts of money, to not do it on spec,” he said. DataBank is just the latest in a surge of new data center growth and activity that has some experts saying 2018 will be a strong year for the metro area. Already in the past year, Las Vegas-based Switch announced plans for a 1M SF data center campus in Douglas County, just west of Atlanta. Facebook could be readying a massive, $40B+ data center campus 30 miles east of Atlanta. Both Amazon and Microsoft also are scouting the area for data center locations, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reported.
Best Business Credit Cards To Built Your Business
Small business credit cards offer myriad benefits: rich rewards and cards with limits that are often higher than on personal cards. Plus, there’s an added bonus that small business owners don’t always recognize at first: A business credit card may help you build business credit.
In fact, getting one of these cards may help put your business on the map when it comes to building business credit, provided the card issuer reports information to commercial credit agencies. Not all cards have the same policy when it comes to reporting to business credit bureaus, though, and it’s important to understand how each one works.
Chase Sapphire Reserve Card…Tons Of Peaks But High Annual Fee
Part of the buzz was the incredible 100,000 points that Chase offered as a sign-up bonus when approved applicants spent $4,000 within the first three months of card membership. Those points were worth anywhere from $1,000–$1,500, or even more if you were savvy about transferring them to frequent flyer partners. However, that huge bonus was only available for a limited time — it’s since dropped to 50,000 points.