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Boom Watch

In a wide-ranging interview with Neighbor Newspapers, Perennial Properties' CEO and the cofounder of a Buckhead landscape architecture firm wax philosophic on the rebound of Atlanta's construction industry. Notable tidbits: The average age of renters has increased by five to eight years (the average renter at Avalon is 40) — which is good, because 7,000 more units are expected to deliver this year. And a thin sliver of intown is responsible for 50 percent of all new apartments across the metro. [December Midtown photo: Curbed]