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					    Grubb & Ellis
   Monarch Centre
Electronic Tenant Handbook
      Created on August 19, 2011
Building Amenities: Area Amenities

Hotels
Numerous Buckhead-area hotels provide convenience and services for the business traveler. Most are
within several minutes of Monarch Tower. Several are listed below:
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead        404.237.2700
      553 guest rooms, swimming, fitness center, 2 restaurants (including The Dining Room, a 5-Star rated
      restaurant), lounge, meeting rooms; transportation to and from Hartsfield International Airport.
The Grand Hyatt, Buckhead         404.365.8100
      438 guest rooms, swimming, fitness center, 2 restaurants – Kamogawa and Cassis; banquet and
      meeting facilities; a business center; transportation to and from Hartsfield International Airport.
Amenity                     Name                    Number
Cable/music provider        Muzak                   770.414.9555
Printing/graphics located   Alphagraphics           404.504.6088
in Monarch Plaza
Phone/internet provider     Cypress                 404.475.2767
                            Communications
Phone/internet provider     BellSouth               866.213.6300
Cable provider              COMCAST                 678.266.2278
Breakroom supplier          Atlanta Coffee Time     770.448.0091
(coffee, utensils, etc.)
Interior Plantscaping       Plant Peddler           770.432.2649
                                           Building Amenities: Car Care



Office Automotive offers oil change service on the ground level of the Monarch Tower Parking Deck.
Service is offered by appointment only. Please call 404.848.1463 for more information.
Corporate Car Spa is Monarch Centre’s car wash and detailing provider. They are on-site 5 days a week
accepting scheduled appointments or day-of requests. Corporate Car Spa offers a variety of packages to fit
their clients’ needs. In addition, Corporate Car Spa is fully licensed through State Farm Insurance Company
and insured with a staff of professionals that aim for customer satisfaction. Appointments can be made by
phone at 404.549.8857 or you may email them at corporatecarspa@gmail.com
Convenient Collision Solutions specializes in convenient on-site repair of your vehicle at the office. All CCS
technicians have 20+ years of hands-on auto body shop experience. CCS uses PPG paints and products
and offers a Lifetime Guarantee on bodywork for as long as you own your vehicle. CCS is focused on
providing industry leading customer service and quality and convenient repairs. CCS can be reached by
phone at 404.633.3368 or on the web at www.ccs2you.com
                                          Building Amenities: Health Club



Monarch Centre Executive Health Club offers state-of-the-art facilities and programs designed to enhance
physical health and fitness. Amenities include numerous Precor machines, Matrix strength training
equipment, Life Fitness treadmills, Stairmasters, free weights and much more. A full gentlemen’s and
ladies’ complete locker facilities are provided as well with sauna, steam showers and TV. One-on-one
fitness consultations, daily group fitness classes, massage therapy are also available. Call today for more
information regarding rates and specials.
Amenity                Location         Number         E-mail
Monarch Executive      Suite S-175      404.233.8109 mcehc@mindspring.com
Health Club
                                        Building Amenities: Monarch Centre Concierge



Monarch Centre’s onsite corporate concierge provides many services free of charge to all Monarch Centre
tenants and is available weekdays for assistance from 8:30am - 5:00pm. Services include but are not
limited to hotel accommodations, transportation, conference room reservations, catering and equipment
needs, personal shopping, dinner reservations, notary needs and general information. Complimentary
services also include access to premier seating at area venues; accessibility to discount MARTA passes;
discount movie theatre, theme park, and local museum tickets. Newsletters, updates of upcoming events
and new ticket discounts are distributed weekly via email from the concierge.
Monarch Centre Concierge   404.442.2906
Monarch Tower Console Desk monarchconcierge@csoa.com
                                         Building Amenities: Monarch Plaza Amenities


Monarch Centre            404.442.2906
Concierge
The Flower Shop           404.237.2700       Flower Shop
Dressed for Success       404.262.0786       Dry Cleaner
Evergreen Newsstand       404.365.0010
Bank of America           404.238.0100
Alphagraphics             404.504.6088       Printing/graphics
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel,   404.237.2700       Hotel & Dining
Buckhead                                     Room
                                      Building Amenities: Monarch Tower Amenities


Monarch Centre Concierge     404.442.2906
Simmer Cafe                  404.467.0810    Cafe
Monarch Centre Health Club   404.233.8109    Health Club
Pressed for Success          404.231.9338    Dry Cleaner
Right Away Gift Shop         404.266.2772
New York Prime               404.846.0644    Restaurant
                                            Building Amenities: Parking Garage



Monarch Centre Parking Facilities Rules and Regulations
Mailing Address:              3414 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA 30326
Office Location:              (Level 3 – SE Corner of Monarch Plaza
                              garage)
Office Hours:                 Monday-Friday (8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.)
Office Phone:                 (404) 237-8969 / Fax (404) 237-3550
Project Manager               Chris Goodson
NEW ACCOUNTS:
All individuals that require monthly parking will be asked if it is for an individual account or company paid
account. If the account is for an individual/company you will need a letter from the company requesting
parking in the Monarch Centre garage. All applicants will be required to complete a monthly parking
application.
ACCESS CARDS:
There is a $15.00 processing fee (non-refundable) charged for each monthly cardholder. The access cards
must be used to enter and exit the garage. The access card must be used at all times, even if the gate is
up. If the card is not used, it will cause (in and out) sequence problems. The card will be unusable if this
occurs.
LOST/DAMAGED/STOLEN CARDS:
There will be a $15.00 charge to replace any lost or stolen cards.

Parking Garage (continued)
PAYMENT DUE DATE:
Monthly parking payments are due on the 1st of each month. A late fee of $25.00 will be charge if payment
is not received by the 5th of the month.
METHOD OF PAYMENT:
Monthly parking payment may be: (a) hand delivered to the parking office (b) mailed (allow at least 10 days
for processing time); (c) deduct from your checking/savings/credit card on a monthly basis (forms located in
parking office; (d) pay on line: www.lanierparking.com. Customers will be issued receipts only for cash
transactions.
MONTHLY PARKING GARAGE RATES:
Non-reserved parking        $70.00
Reserved parking            $90.00
DAILY PARKING RATES:
Every 15 minutes            $1.00
121 minutes – 135           $9.00
minutes
12hrs – 24 hrs.             $17.00

Parking Garage (continued)
In the event that a customer misplaces his/her ticket the Lost Ticket Fee is $15.00.
CASHIER BOOTH HOUR OF OPERATION:
The Monarch Tower cashier booth is staffed from 7: 00am – 11:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
The Monarch Plaza (Level 3) cashier booth is staffed from 7:00am – 7:00pm, Monday through Friday. The
cashier booth located on Level 5 is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Click here to download a Parking Agreement
Click here to download Vehicles Left in Parking Deck Form
Building Operations: Building Management

The staff of Monarch Centre is dedicated to making your work environment as safe and pleasant as
possible. The Property Management Office is located in Suite 118 in Monarch Plaza. Please do not hesitate
to contact the office at:
Phone: 404.233.2824
Fax: 404.364.5874
Address:
3414 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 118
Atlanta, GA 30326
Office hours are Monday – Friday as follows:
Property Management and Leasing / 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Engineering / 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

The following personnel are available to address your needs:
Title                    Name              E-Mail
                         Marc C.
General Manager          Woodward          marc.woodward@grubb-ellis.com
Property Manager         Rebecca Kinney    rebecca.kinney@grubb-ellis.com
Project Accountant       Kristi Reynolds   kristi.reynolds@grubb-ellis.com
Administrative Assistant Sheila Terry      sheila.terry@grubb-ellis.com
Administrative Assistant Nancy Boynton     Nancy.Boynton@grubb-ellis.com
Engineering
Title             Name              E-Mail
Chief Engineer    Ralph Kowalke     ralph.kowalke@grubb-ellis.com
Engineer          Scott Bearden     n/a
Engineer          Barron Kemp       n/a
Engineer          Larry Watkins     n/a
Engineer          Ismail Sow        n/a
                                         Building Operations: Holidays



The Building Holidays observed each year are listed below in order to aid your planning operations during
the year.
      New Year's Day
      Memorial Day
      Independence Day
      Labor Day
      Thanksgiving Day and Friday after Thanksgiving
      Christmas Day
Certain services are not provided on weekends and the holidays listed above.
                                       Building Operations: Leasing



The leasing company for Monarch Centre is Grubb & Ellis Company, located at 3424 Peachtree Road NE,
Suite 800 Atlanta, Georgia 30326. The main phone number is 770.552.2400. Listed below is the contact
information for the authorized representative.
Title            Name             Phone Number E-Mail
Director of
Leasing          David B. Curry   770.552.2415     dave.curry@grubb-ellis.com
                                         Building Operations: Rent



Rent is due in advance on or before the first day of each month. Checks are to be made payable to
Monarch Centre Associates, LLC and forwarded to the following address:
Monarch Plaza Tenants:
      Monarch Centre Associates, LLC
      P.O. Box 905670
      Charlotte, NC 28290-5670

Monarch Tower Tenants:
      Monarch Centre Associates, LLC
      P.O. Box 905855
      Charlotte, NC 28290-5855

All rent payments are due and payable without notice or demand. Although a monthly invoice for rent will be
sent as a convenience, this is primarily for Tenant’s records. Charges incurred by Tenants for above
standard services such as overtime air conditioning, will be invoiced the month following each service
period.
Building Security: Overview

Our intent is to maintain the highest possible level of security for our Tenants. An experienced, professional
security team provides on-site surveillance 24 hours per day / 7 days per week.
Upon request, a security officer will escort a Tenant to his/her vehicle at any time. Please call 404.233.2824
and an officer will meet you and escort you to your car.
Security team members are also available to conduct seminars on a variety of security-related topics.
Please contact the Property Management office for more information.
                                            Building Security: General Office Security



Security Checklist
The following is a list of general office security suggestions, which are offered to you as an aid in
establishing your internal security procedures:
      Restrict office keys to those who actually need them.
      Keep complete, up-to-date records of the distribution of all office keys.
      Establish uniform procedures for collecting keys prior to the termination of employees.
      Establish a rule that keys must never be left unguarded on desks or cabinets.
      Require that filing cabinet keys be removed from locks and placed in a secure location after opening
      cabinets.
      Prevent unauthorized personnel from reporting a lost key and receiving a replacement.
      Ensure that a responsible person is in charge of issuing all keys.
      Store keys systematically in a secured wall cabinet of either your own design or one that conforms to
      a commercial key control system.
      Insist on identification from repairmen who come to work in your office.
      Clear all desks of important papers.
      When working alone in the office at night, lock the front door to prevent anyone else from entering.
      Keep the police, fire department, and building security telephone numbers posted.
      Double check to see that all doors are securely locked before you leave.

Suspicious Persons
If you see suspicious or offensive persons in the building, please call the Management Office immediately.
If possible, make note of appearance, clothing, etc. in order to assist building security in locating them.
Please be aware of strangers in your Tenant areas and halls. Quite often a question such as “May I help
you locate someone?” will be enough to deter a potential thief. Suspicious encounters of this type should be
reported to the Management Office immediately.
                                         Building Security: Key and Lock Policy



Monarch Centre Engineering is responsible for administering tenant suite keys. Should you need additional
keys made, please contact the Management Office at 404.233.2824. Costs may be incurred for additional
keys.
                                         Building Security: Lost and Found



Please contact the Management Office at 404.233.2824 to claim items that have been lost or found in the
buildings.
                                       Building Security: Property Removal



Click here to download a Property Removal Form
                                           Building Security: Solicitation



Solicitation is not permitted. If someone is soliciting in your suite, then please notify the Management Office
at 404.233.2824 and we will send appropriate personnel to escort them off of the premises.
Building Services: Building Signage and Directory

A tenant directory board is located in the main lobby at the security console. Changes or additions to your
company’s directory board listing may be subject to charge.
CORRIDOR SIGNAGE
Monarch Concierge utilizes standardized corridor identification plaques for Tenants. Plaques are ordered
only upon receipt of written authorization from the Tenant. In order to ensure proper suite identification at
the time of initial occupancy, it is important to order the plaque at least four (4) weeks prior to actual
move-in. Additional plaques may be subject to charges. Upon request, an estimate will be provided by the
Property Management office. The Tenant Corridor Signage Request form is included in the Forms section
of this handbook.
Any request for non-standard corridor signage must be reviewed and approved in writing by Property
Management.
Click here to download a Signage/Directory Listing Request Form
                                         Building Services: Cleaning



Janitorial service is provided nightly Monday through Friday, except on legal holidays. Services include
dusting, trash removal, general cleaning, vacuuming, sanitizing, and mopping. Floor waxing and buffing,
carpet spot removal, window blind cleaning, and window washing are also performed on an established
schedule. Special services such as carpet shampooing and cleaning of refrigerators are available at the
Tenant's expense.
To ensure satisfactory performance of the cleaning contractor, Property Management representatives
perform regular inspections of randomly selected common areas and Tenant spaces. We encourage
designated Tenant Contacts to notify us immediately when a concern arises regarding the quality of
cleaning. This enables us to immediately address the problem.
                                        Building Services: Forms



For your convenience, we have included downloadable and printable PDF document forms that will expedite
various building management service requests. Hard copies of all forms are available from the Property
Management Office as well. To view and print PDF files, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If
not already installed on your computer, it can be obtained for free at www.adobe.com.
Click here to download A Persons Requiring Special Assistance Form
Click here to download a Bomb Threat Checklist
Click here to download Security Clearance Form
Click here to download a Signage/Directory Listing Request Form
Click here to download a Tenant Authorized Officials Form
Click here to download a Tenant Information Form
Click here to download a Tenant Access Card Request Form
Click here to download a Tenant After Hours Access Request Form
Click here to download an Overtime HVAC Request Form
Click here to download a Parking Agreement
Click here to download a Sample Certificate of Insurance
Click here to download a Vehicles Left in Parking Deck Form
Click here to download a Property Removal Form
                                          Building Services: HVAC



Heating and air conditioning is monitored and controlled by a state of the art computerized Andover energy
management system to ensure the most efficient use of energy and environmental controls, immediate
response to problems, and a comprehensive approach to maintenance.
System hours of operation are 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
on Saturday. Heating/air conditioning is not provided on Sundays and legal holidays. If after-hours service
is needed, notify the Property Management office prior to 4:00 P.M. on the day of the request by submitting
the Overtime Air Conditioning Request Form found here. After-hours service is charged to Tenants at the
then current hourly rates. For after-hours service on weekends, prior arrangements should be made by
4:00 P.M. Friday. If not, please call Monarch Centre Security and an officer will provide a form for you to
complete. The engineer on call will then be contacted to program the appropriate run times for an additional
charge.
OVERTIME AIR REQUEST
Forms for requesting overtime HVAC may be obtained from the Property Management office, Suite 118,
between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. Please submit this completed form no later
than 4:00 PM on the day of the request, or no later than 4:00 PM on the last business day prior to a weekend
or holiday. In the event a building engineer must be called in to handle unscheduled requests, an additional
charge of $40.00 will be assessed to cover travel and overtime labor expenses.
Click here to download an Overtime HVAC Request Form
                                          Building Services: Maintenance Requests



Monarch Centre employs professionally trained engineers and day porters to operate the building at peak
efficiency and to provide timely response to Tenant service requests.
Your company’s designated Tenant Contact should phone in requests for service to the Property
Management office. Whenever possible, we ask that service calls be placed only by designated Tenant
Contacts or send them via Angus Anywhere at http://www.grubb-ellis.com/more/angus/myproperty2.aspx,
so that your company is always aware of work being performed in your suite. That individual should provide
the following information:
      Nature of request/problem.
      Exact location of problem.
      Contact person.
Upon receipt of this information, the Property Management office will immediately dispatch an engineer or
day porter, as required, to the location. Upon completion of the work requested, the contact person may be
asked to sign a service ticket, thereby indicating completion of the work.
For those requests that are above building standard service, such as additional electrical wiring, painting,
carpentry work, etc., our staff can coordinate this work with the Tenant and an appropriate contractor. The
Tenant will be asked to approve an “Above Standard Service Request” form (ASR) with an estimate of the
applicable charges noted.
The expense of replacing building standard lighting is borne by the Building. However, replacement of
specialty bulbs or service to specialty lighting fixtures will be charged to the Tenant.
Emergency Procedures: Introduction page

   1. Purpose
     This Emergency Procedures Plan (“the Plan”) is established as an integral part of the official
     Monarch Plaza response to emergencies. The contents of the Plan are designed as an
     operational guide for the behavior, safety and protection of the tenants and visitors of the
     building.

   2. Scope
     As outlined on the following pages, the Plan establishes a sequential course of action for
     recognizing, identifying and reporting the existence of specific emergency situations
     threatening the building and/or its occupants; and then provides for the safety and protection of
     endangered personnel and assets. When implemented and supplemented with appropriate
     instructions from the Property Manager, this Plan becomes an operational tool for effective and
     responsive action when occupants of the building are forced to cope with various emergency
     situations.

   3. Duties and Responsibilities of Tenant Wardens
     Tenant Wardens are the connecting links between the Property Management staff and the
     wardens’ respective companies and fellow employees. As such, they have direct control and
     responsibility for all decisive matters relating to the safety of their employees during an
     emergency.


Introduction (continued)
     Tenant Wardens must be able to effectively perform the following duties:
         A. Assume responsibility for communicating appropriate preplanned emergency procedures
            data to all employees under their jurisdiction through orientation and/or other forms of
            interoffice communication.
         B. Be knowledgeable about what is not commonplace; i.e., unusual or foreign to the normal
            environment of their workspace. This will allow qualified assistance in conducting
            searches and identifying suspicious items.
         C. Notify Assistant Wardens of a planned absence from the building

   4. Method of Reporting Changes in Tenant Wardens and Assistant Wardens
     Because the Tenant Wardens are a vital link in the response to an emergency in the building,
     interruptions in communications must be avoided. Any change in personnel designated as
     Tenant Wardens or Assistant Wardens should be reported (in writing) to the Property
     Management office.

   5. Testing of the Building's Emergency Procedures Plan
     Various aspects of the Plan will be tested on a deliberate, systematic and periodic basis, in
     accordance with instructions from the Property Management office and/or the Fire
     Department. Such testing will familiarize key personnel with their emergency duties and
     responsibilities, evaluate these duties and the Plan, and will help identify deficiencies and any
     necessary corrections or adjustments.

                        Click here to download a Tenant Authorized Officials Form
                                          Emergency Procedures: Biological Threats



The following information concerning biological threats is provided as a guideline. This information is for
your general use and is based primarily upon information published by the Centers for Disease Control and
the U.S. Postal Service.
A biological threat can occur in several ways:
      receipt of a communicated threat via telephone, letter, or e-mail;
      receipt of a suspicious letter or package;
      receipt or finding of a suspicious and/or unknown substance
In the event of the occurrence of a biological threat, tenants are advised to do the following:
   1. Immediately call 911 and relate the nature of the threat and all pertinent information.
   2. Immediately after calling 911, contact property management and provide the same information so that
      property management can take necessary actions.
   3. Should a suspicious letter or parcel be located, follow the recommended guidelines from the U.S.
      Postal Service (see Appendix B) and notify local authorities and property management.

Biological Threats (continued)
In the event of a reported biological contamination, property management personnel will
immediately isolate the affected area(s) by doing the following:
      Restricting elevator access to/from the affected floor(s) and posting security personnel in each
      stairwell to prevent access to the stairwells
      Shut down all ventilation to the affected area(s) including the HVAC system, restroom exhaust fans,
      and other interior circulation fans
      Close outside air intakes to reduce introduction of airborne biological agents if such a threat is
      imminent
The decision to evacuate some or all of the affected areas will be made by responding emergency and/or
governmental authorities and the property manager, depending upon the nature of the threat. Until an
evacuation is ordered, DO NOT leave the affected area as you may spread contaminants to other persons
and areas of the building. If evacuation is deemed necessary, the property manager will make an
announcement via the building’s public address system. Follow the evacuation procedures as outlined in
this Emergency Procedures manual.
                                           Emergency Procedures: Bomb Threat



Bomb threats, if they occur, will likely be received by your telephone receptionist.
In the event a bomb threat is received:
      STEP 1: Fill out the bomb threat checklist on the next page.
      STEP 2: Call 911 and notify Property Management immediately at 404.233.2824.
            Give the location: Suite    Floor ___
            Give name of person who received threat.
      STEP 3: Tenants will be notified by Property Management should the decision be made to evacuate
      the area/building.
      STEP 4: A search of the area/building will be conducted as directed by local authorities.
      STEP 5: If an evacuation is ordered, follow the Evacuation Procedures outlined under “Building
      Evacuation Procedures” and follow instructions from Property Management or Emergency Personnel.
BE AWARE
If an unidentified or suspicious package (box, bag, briefcase, etc.) is discovered in your area, notify Property
Management immediately for assistance.
If requested, Tenants should be available to assist official searchers in identifying "packages" not normally
found in their area.
Give information ONLY to authorized personnel, i.e., manager of your office, emergency personnel (upon
proper identification), Property Management officials. DO NOT talk to strangers or news media. Direct any
inquiries to Property Management officials.
Click here to download a Bomb Threat Checklist
                                         Emergency Procedures: Building Crisis



Monarch Centre provides toll free 24-hour call center support for tenant use in the event of a crisis or
emergency situation at the property. If an unforeseen crisis or emergency severely impacts the operational
capabilities of either Monarch Centre building, tenants can receive pertinent information by calling
1.800.259.6132.
The call center serves as a means of communication with our tenants only in crisis or emergency situations,
and IS NOT a general information source. Tenants should utilize the toll free number only outside of normal
business hours or when Monarch Centre’s main number (404.233.2824) is unavailable. Monarch Centre
property management will provide updates to the call center only in the event of a crisis or emergency
situation. If the call center has not been contacted by property management representatives, all inquiries
will be referred to Monarch Centre’s main number (404.233.2824) for assistance.
Events that may require use of the toll free number (1.800.259.6132) include: severe winter weather
(ice/snow), catastrophic event, building-wide power outage, water service interruption, mandatory
evacuation of the property, or the main number is out of service.
                                            Emergency Procedures: Civil Disturbance



Although riots and civil disturbances are rare, there is still the need for a planned course of action. Should a
disturbance start outside of the building, all entrances to the building will be secured by Property
Management and Security personnel. The local Police Department will then be contacted.
Based on the nature of the disturbance, a decision will be made by Property Management to notify the
Tenants in the building. Should a disturbance start in the main lobby of the building, all elevators will be
shut down on the first floor until the Property Manager arrives. Angry demonstrators, etc. will not be given
access to the upper floors of the building for any reason.
If a disturbance should occur within a Tenant suite, the Property Management office should be notified
immediately. All assistance will be given to the tenant; however, the decision to call any law enforcement
personnel to a Tenant’s area will be made by the Tenant.
                                            Emergency Procedures: Elevator Malfunction



All Tenants and their employees should be familiar with these procedures in the event an elevator stops and
the doors remain closed while they are a passenger.
      Please STAY CALM...you are not in danger.
      A call box is located behind the small door below the floor selector panel on the left side of the
      elevator cab.
      Access the call box by pulling on the knob to open the door.
      Push the BUTTON and wait for an answer. DO NOT HOLD THE BUTTON. The phone will dial twice
      -- once via pulse dial and a second time via tone dial. A security officer will answer after the second
      dial sequence.
      Elevator numbers are located on the inside of the call box door on the left side of the elevator cab.
      Tell the answering officer which elevator you are in and your floor location (if you know).
      Property Management/Security personnel will respond immediately. In some cases, it may be
      necessary to wait for an elevator technician who will respond as quickly as possible. You will have
      constant contact with Security/Engineering personnel during this time. Do not attempt to exit a
      malfunctioning elevator. This could result in serious injury.
NOTE:
If the fire alarm is activated while you are a passenger on an elevator, the elevator will automatically return
to the ground floor.
                                         Emergency Procedures: Emergency Contacts


Atlanta Fire Department            911
Paramedics/Ambulance               911
Atlanta Police Department          911
Management                         404.233.2824
Office/Security
Building Crisis/Emergency          1.800.259.6132
Number
Immediately call 911 in the event of an emergency, and then call the Property Management office at
404.233.2824 to assure proper assistance for arriving emergency personnel.
BUILDING EMERGENCY PERSONNEL
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Title            Name
                 Marc C.
General Manager Woodward
Property Manager Rebecca Anthony
ENGINEERING
Title              Name
Chief Engineer     Ralph Kowalke
Engineer           Scott Bearden
Engineer           Barron Kemp
Engineer           Larry Watkins
Engineer           Jesse Kave
Engineer           Ismail Sow
                                            Emergency Procedures: Evacuation



In the event of a fire emergency, begin evacuation immediately using the nearest stairwell. DO NOT USE
ELEVATORS.
The following pages illustrate the proper routes to take when exiting the building. DO NOT ENTER THE
PARKING DECK TO ACCESS YOUR VEHICLE. In an emergency situation, there should be no vehicle
traffic that might interfere with responding emergency vehicles. Additionally, it is important that you report to
the designated assembly area in order to be accounted for by your company’s warden(s). Otherwise,
emergency personnel may unnecessarily exhaust valuable time searching for you in the building. When
police or fire department officials give approval for tenants to remove vehicles from the parking deck(s),
Property Management officials will advise you of this.
It is advisable for each tenant to meet in a pre-determined area within the safe refuge areas so that all
employees can be accounted for. As each tenant’s employees arrive in the refuge areas, they should be
noted as such and any missing employees should be reported to Property Management officials.

Evacuation (continued)
PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS REQUIRING SPECIAL ASSISTANCE
Visually Impaired:
Each person should have a special assistant assigned to assist them in the event of an evacuation. Ask
each person how best to assist them to the stairwell and lead them to safety. It is important that the special
assistant remain with the person until the emergency is over.
Physically Disabled/Non-ambulatory Persons:
Each person should have a special assistant(s) assigned to assist them in the event of an evacuation. In
most situations, it will only be necessary to move the person into the stairwell for safety. If it becomes
necessary to move them down the stairs, various lifting and carrying techniques can be utilized. Stay with
the person until the emergency is over. Elevators cannot be used.
A Persons Requiring Special Assistance Form should be completed for persons in the above categories and
updated on an as needed basis by Tenant Wardens and forwarded to the Fire/Life Safety Director.
Click here to download A Persons Requiring Special Assistance Form
Click here to download Monarch Plaza Evacuation Map
Click here to download Monarch Tower Evacuation Map
                                             Emergency Procedures: Fire and Life Safety



Prevention is the best way to reduce loss of life and property due to fire. It is the responsibility of all tenants
to practice fire prevention in order to protect themselves and their fellow tenants.
The following fire prevention practices should be followed at all times.
   1. Obey NO SMOKING signs.
   2. Smoking is not permitted in Monarch Plaza.
   3. Never place wastepaper or other flammable materials into an ashtray.
   4. Protect exposed electrical wiring (i.e. cords) from abuse.
   5. Turn off all electrical appliances at the end of the day. Give special attention to coffeemakers.
   6. Do not "force" office machinery that is not working properly.
   7. All combustible or flammable liquids should be stored in approved cabinets and containers.
   8. Exits and passageways should be kept clear at all times.
   9. Good housekeeping must be maintained in all areas of the building.
  10. Notify your supervisor or Property Management of any apparent fire safety hazards existing in the
      building.
  11. Portable space heaters are not allowed due to potential electrical circuit overloading and the fire
      hazard these units present.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM OPERATION
Fire alarm system devices include manual pull stations, automatic smoke detectors, and automatic
sprinklers.
The activation of any manual or automatic device shall cause the following:
      An alarm shall sound and strobe lights will flash intermittently on the floor upon which the device was
      activated, one (1) floor above, and one (1) floor below. It is possible that the alarm may be heard on
      additional floors via the stairwells.
      The sound of the alarm is an intermittent "siren" noise.
             An announcement will also be made to the floors in alarm via a public address system.
      The floor in alarm will be indicated on the fire alarm panels located at the security console located on
      Level P 3 of the parking deck adjacent to the building lobby.
      All elevators will automatically be recalled to the lobby level if an elevator lobby smoke detector has
      been activated. They will remain at the lobby level and be unavailable for use, except by fire
      department personnel with the use of a fire service key, until the alarm system is reset.
      The HVAC system on floors in alarm will automatically shut down upon activation of a smoke detector
      in an air conditioning duct or air handler.


Fire and Life Safety (continued)
      All stairwell doors will automatically unlock and pressurization will occur upon activation of an alarm.

      The Fire Command Center is located on the lobby level in the security office. The Fire
      Command Center provides.
             Monitoring of fire alarm devices.
             Manual control of elevators.
             Automatic elevator recall and alternate floor response.
             Notification of the fire department if an alarm is indicated.

FIRE SAFETY PLAN
PERSONNEL DESIGNATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    1. Fire/Life Safety Director (Property Manager)
   1. Fire/Life Safety Director (Property Manager)
      The Fire/Life Safety Director will be responsible for supervising and monitoring the fire safety
      program for Monarch Centre and will:

      Be totally familiar with this Fire Safety Plan.
      Organize training in the Fire Safety Plan for:
         A. Fire Wardens and their team members.
         B. Engineering personnel.
         C. Security and janitorial personnel.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
      Organize instruction in the Fire Safety Plan and fire prevention for all tenants.
      Assign and maintain an up-to-date list of Fire Wardens and their alternates.
      Conduct fire drills and evaluate the effectiveness of the Fire Safety Plan.
      Supervise a sound fire prevention program.
          A. Conduct regular inspections of all storage rooms, closets, mechanical rooms and office areas
             to keep them clear of any potential fire hazards.
          B. Conduct regular inspections of fire and life safety equipment.
          C. Conduct regular inspections of fire exits to ensure they are passable.
      Maintain current tenant list for use in emergencies.
          A. Alphabetically.
          B. By building, floor, suite number.
          C. Include Tenant Contact (home phone) and alternate contact (home phone).
      In the event of a fire, the Fire/Life Safety Director will report to the Fire Department officer in charge.
   2. Building Chief Engineer and Staff
      Maintain up-to-date set of floor plans.
      Maintain up-to-date set of plans and/or diagrams of building mechanical systems.
      Maintain and regularly test building alarm system.
      Maintain and regularly test sprinkler and standpipe systems.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
   3. Tenant Wardens
      Each Tenant will assign at least two (2) individuals to serve as wardens. These individuals fill the
      positions of Tenant Warden and Assistant Warden. Periodic training of wardens will be conducted by
      the Fire/Life Safety Director throughout the year. Each warden is responsible for the following:

      To be completely familiar with the layout of his/her office, the number of office occupants, and the
      locations of floor exits.
      To divide the office population into groups and formulate their traffic pattern to use emergency stair
      exits.
      To inspect the entire floor daily and determine that all fire doors to stairs are closed and that no doors
      are obstructed or inoperable.
      To maintain an up-to-date listing of all personnel who cannot use stairs unaided. Make arrangements
      to have these occupants assisted when evacuation is directed.
      To take necessary action to prevent panic.
      To assure that all persons in the office are notified of fire and all are evacuated to safe areas. If
      possible, a search should be conducted in all lavatories, core offices, conference rooms, etc.
      To make each person in their office aware of all exit locations.
      Know the location and proper use of fire fighting equipment on his/her floor.
      Know the Assistant Fire Wardens and notify those people when you are away from the building.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
      Be responsible for fire prevention in his/her office.
          A. Periodically check fire extinguisher for current service tag.
          B. Check area daily for fire hazards.
          C. Check all exits daily to ensure that they are free of obstructions.
      Make new employees aware of this Fire Safety Plan.
      Attend training sessions conducted by the Fire/Life Safety Director.
   4. Building Occupants
      Each person working in the building should become familiar with all provisions of these emergency
      procedures and evacuation routes.
      Any time a fire is discovered, regardless of the size of the fire, the City of Atlanta Fire Department
      (911), and the Property Management office must be notified.
      If any part of this Fire Safety Plan is not clear, please call the Fire/Life Safety Director (404.233.2824).

PROCEDURES FOR FIRE EMERGENCIES
The City of Atlanta Fire Department will be notified immediately any time the Property Management office or
the fire alarm system receives an indication that an actual fire emergency exists.
Fire Emergencies are put into effect by:
      Automatic alarm (smoke detector, water flow alarm, pull station).
      Report of smoke or fire by an individual calling the Property Management office.
      An extinguished fire reported by a tenant or employee.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
Procedures to be followed during a fire emergency:
   1. In the event of fire or smoke on his/her floor, the Tenant Warden shall take the following actions:
      Rescue - remove anyone from the immediate danger area. This means the room of origin or
      immediate vicinity of the fire. This is not an evacuation of the premises.
      Confine - close the door to the room of origin. This will help contain the fire and smoke to that one
      room for a longer period of time.
      Alert -
              Activate the nearest pull station; these are located near each stairwell on all floors.
              Call the Property Management office at 404.233.2824 and give the following information:
                      Your name
                      Nature of the problem: Fire
                      Floor number
                      Suite number
                      Telephone number you are calling from
              Begin evacuation immediately using stairwells.
              Evacuation from other floors shall be initiated by fire department and/or Property Management
              officials.
              Help all persons requiring assistance.
              Assign Assistant Wardens to search restrooms, closets, and storage areas to ensure that all
              occupants have evacuated and to supervise stairwell evacuation.
              Ensure all doors are closed, but not locked.
              Do not return to evacuated area until advised by Property Management.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
      Fight - If the fire is small and confined to one object (such as a trash can), locate the fire extinguisher
      appropriate for fighting that type of fire and use it. Never attempt to fight a fire unless:
             You know how to operate the fire extinguishing equipment.
             You have the appropriate type of extinguisher.
             The fire is small.
             You have access to an exit if you fail to put the fire out.
      The extinguishers in the building are ABC extinguishers, which means they can be used on all three
      types of fires - ordinary combustible material, flammable liquid fires, and fires involving electrical
      equipment. An easy way to remember how to operate these extinguishers is the word PASS:
      P - Pull the Pin from the handle
      A - Aim the nozzle at the base of the fire
      S - Squeeze the handle to discharge the extinguishing agent
      S - Sweep from side to side

   2. In the event of an alarm sounding when there is no obvious indication of fire or smoke, the Tenant
      Warden shall take the following actions:
      Begin planning for the evacuation of occupants immediately, via stairwells. Standby for an
      announcement from the Property Management via the fire alarm system speakers. If instructed to do,
      begin evacuation.
      Make a quick but thorough investigation of floor. Make certain to check restrooms, elevator lobby and
      storage rooms. If smoke or fire is detected during this investigation, and the situation permits, call
      Property Management at 404.233.2824 to report conditions and follow steps #1A-E, above.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
   3. General Tenant Emergency Procedures
      Upon discovery of fire or smoke on your floor:

      Rescue - remove anyone from the immediate danger area. This means the room of origin or
      immediate vicinity of the fire. This is not an evacuation of the premises.
      Confine - Close the door of the room of origin. This will help contain the fire and smoke to that one
      room for a longer period of time.
      Alert -
              Activate the nearest Pull Station; these are located near each stairwell on each floor. This is
              the best way to notify other occupants in the building.
              Call the Property Management office at 404.233.2824 and give the following information:
                     Your name
                     Nature of the problem: Fire
                     Floor number
                     Suite number
                     Telephone number you are calling from
      Fight - If the fire is small and confined to one object (such as a trash can), locate the fire extinguisher
      appropriate for fighting that type of fire and use it. Never attempt to fight a fire unless:
              You know how to operate the fire extinguishing equipment.
              You have the appropriate type of extinguisher.
              The fire is small.
              You have access to an exit if you fail to put the fire out.

Fire and Life Safety (continued)
      The extinguishers in all suites are ABC extinguishers, which means that they can be used on all three
      types of fires - ordinary combustible material, flammable liquid fires and fires involving electrical
      equipment. An easy way to remember how to operate these extinguishers is the word PASS.
   4. Alarms:
      An alarm will be activated by the following:

      Smoke detection
      Heat detection
      Activation of the sprinkler system
      Activation of the standpipe system
      Pull Station activation
      There are fire extinguishers and pull stations located near each stairwell in the building.


Fire and Life Safety (continued)
   5. Communication:
      In emergencies, communication is vitally important to the success of any plan or procedure.
      Tenants’ employees are requested not to call the Property Management office during an emergency.
      Only appointed Fire Wardens or Tenant Contacts should confer with Property Management during an
      emergency. An alarm, with the announcement of a confirmed emergency situation, should be a
      signal for everyone to leave the building.
      Specific routine procedures for a safe and orderly evacuation of the building must be worked out with
  the tenants. Regularly scheduled fire drills will be conducted with the tenants so everyone will know
  what to do when an alarm sounds.
6. Fire Emergencies After Hours
   If you see smoke, flames or smell something burning:
  IMMEDIATELY
        Isolate the fire by closing the door, if possible.
        Notify the Fire Department at 911.
        Call the Property Management office at 404.233.2824 (Security will notify Property
        Management if after hours).
        Activate the nearest Fire Alarm Pull Station.
                                             Emergency Procedures: Flooding



In the event of a flood that may cause damage to tenant property or affect the normal operation of the
building, designated tenant representatives will be contacted by Building Management personnel,
regardless of the time of day.
The first priority is to ensure that no personal injury occurs as the result of a flood. The second priority is to
discover the cause and prevent or minimize additional flooding.
Once the flooding has been contained, clean-up operations will be commenced. Tenants will need to
contact their insurance carrier for any damage to their property.
                                          Emergency Procedures: Homeland Security



Grubb & Ellis recommends that each tenant have an emergency action plan in place to help their employees
prepare for, and react quickly to, a regional emergency, including terrorist attacks. Click on the links below
to access a variety of resources that aid in preparing for a regional emergency.
Georgia Office of Homeland Security
http://www.gema.state.ga.us/ohsgemaweb.nsf
Department of Homeland Security
http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic
Federal Emergency Management Association
http://fema.gov/
American Red Cross
http://www.redcross.org/
Center for Diseases Control and Prevention Emergency Preparedness and Response
http://www.bt.cdc.gov/

Local media outlets will provide important information during an emergency situation.
WAGA TV 5(Fox):
http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/myfox/
WGCL TV 46 (CBS):
http://www.cbs46.com/
WSB TV 2 (ABC):
http://www.wsbtv.com/index.html
WXIA TV 11 (NBC):
http://www.11alive.com/
Atlanta Journal Constitution:
http://www.ajc.com/
                                           Emergency Procedures: Medical Emergency



In case of a medical emergency:
   1. Call 911
   2. Give this information:
      Nature of the emergency . . . medical, etc.
      Location of emergency:
      Monarch Centre
      3414 Peachtree Road, NE
      Suite #
      Floor #

   3. Any details available regarding accident or illness.
   4. Phone number NEAREST the emergency.
   5. Name of injured or ill person.
   6. Tenant representative in authority.
DO NOT MOVE an injured or ill person. STAY WITH THE PERSON to make them comfortable.
Contact Property Management immediately for assistance at 404.233.2824.
If another person is available, have them meet emergency personnel at the elevators on your floor.
                                          Emergency Procedures: Pandemic Preparedness



What you Need to Know
An influenza (flu) pandemic is a worldwide outbreak of flu disease that occurs when a new type of influenza
virus appears that people have not been exposed to before (or have not been exposed to in a long time).
The pandemic virus can cause serious illness because people do not have immunity to the new virus.
Pandemics are different from seasonal outbreaks of influenza that we see every year. Seasonal influenza is
caused by influenza virus types to which people have already been exposed. Its impact on society is less
severe than a pandemic, and influenza vaccines (flu shots and nasal-spray vaccine) are available to help
prevent widespread illness from seasonal flu.
Influenza pandemics are different from many of the other major public health and health care threats facing
our country and the world. A pandemic will last much longer than most flu outbreaks and may include
"waves" of influenza activity that last 6-8 weeks separated by months. The number of health care workers
and first responders able to work may be reduced. Public health officials will not know how severe a
pandemic will be until it begins.

Importance and Benefits of Being Prepared
The effects of a pandemic can be lessened if you prepare ahead of time. Preparing for a disaster will help
bring peace of mind and confidence to deal with a pandemic.
When a pandemic starts, everyone around the world could be at risk. The United States has been working
closely with other countries and the World Health Organization (WHO) to strengthen systems to detect
outbreaks of influenza that might cause a pandemic.
A pandemic would touch every aspect of society, so every part of society must begin to prepare. All have
roles in the event of a pandemic. Federal, state, tribal, and local governments are developing, improving,
and testing their plans for an influenza pandemic. Businesses, schools, universities, and other faith-based
and community organizations are also preparing plans.
As you begin your individual or family planning, you may want to review your state's planning efforts and
those of your local public health and emergency preparedness officials. State plans and other planning
information can be found at www.pandemicflu.gov/plan/checklists.html.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other federal agencies are providing funding,
advice, and other support to your state. The federal government will provide up-to-date information and
guidance to the public if an influenza pandemic unfolds.

Pandemic Flu Resources
There are many publicly available resources in place to help communities, companies, and individuals plan
for a possible pandemic flu outbreak. A few of the most useful sites are linked below:
Pandemicflu.gov
This is the official U.S. Government site for information on pandemic and avian influenza. The material on
this site is organized by topic for easy reference.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC Web site is another primary source of information on pandemic influenza. They also have a
hotline—1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)—that is available in English and Spanish, 24 hours a day, 7
days a week (TTY: 1-888-232-6348). Or, if you prefer, questions can be e-mailed to inquiry@cdc.gov.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
DHS is working on a “Business Planning Guide,” which will be posted on the DHS home page and on
Pandemicflu.gov as soon as it is completed. Also, for business-specific questions, the DHS has created an
e-mailbox— DHSPandemic@dhs.gov.
BOMA Resources
BOMA/Greater Toronto Pandemic Flu Report
The report addresses the threat to commercial buildings from an avian flu pandemic.
The resources above will provide a lot of information, but we also encourage you to:
     Listen to local and national radio
     Watch news reports on television
     Read your newspaper and other sources of printed and Web-based information
     Look for information on your local and state government Web sites
     Consider talking to your local health care providers and public health officials.
                                            Emergency Procedures: Power Failure



In the event of a power loss only in an area of your suite, contact the Property Management office at
404.233.2824. In the event of a building-wide power loss, do not telephone the Property Management office
unless there is an emergency situation or someone needs assistance. This will help keep lines open should
an emergency occur.
Be advised that your telephone system may be inoperative in the event of a power loss. Check with your
telephone service provider regarding emergency power. Be sure to coordinate any telephone service
changes with Property Management.
Each public corridor and stairwell has emergency lighting. Exit lights and selected overhead lighting within
your suite are also powered by the emergency generator in the event of a building-wide power loss. Should
evacuation be necessary, the alarm will sound. Leave the building without delay, in a calm and orderly
manner, using STAIRS ONLY. Disabled individuals should go to the stairwells (using the buddy system).
If you're in an elevator during a power outage...don't panic! The elevator will stop but will not fall. Use the
emergency phone.
Since a power loss alone is generally not a life-safety threat, evacuation will not normally be ordered nor will
the alarm sound. If an emergency evacuation is not put into effect but you decide to close your office,
 DON'T FORGET TO TURN OFF OR DISCONNECT APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT. Remember, these
will come back on when power is restored.
                                           Emergency Procedures: Severe Weather



In case of severe weather conditions during regular business hours, please:
   1. Keep an incoming telephone line open to be able to receive communication from Property
      Management if necessary.
   2. If a tornado or severe storm strikes, seek shelter in:
              Nearest stairwell, rest room, or interior corridor and sit down, OR
              An interior office (without glass) and sit down, OR
              Under a desk or table away from glass
   3. If time permits:
             Lower and close ALL window blinds.
             Close ALL doors to window offices (DO NOT LOCK).
   4. If emergency assistance is required as a result of injury, call (in the following order):
             Emergency                          911
             Property Management                 404.233.2824
NOTE:
During storm conditions, the following rules must be observed:
      Keep talking to a minimum.
      Walk in an orderly fashion to the nearest areas of shelter as outlined above.
      If you are in transit in the building, take the stairwell to the lowest floor for shelter. DO NOT USE THE
      ELEVATORS.
                                         Emergency Procedures: Toxic Hazards



If there is a toxic spill or exposure, proceed immediately to an area where you are no longer exposed. Call
911. Provide the building’s address, your floor and phone number, and also what type of spill has occurred.
Take appropriate action to contain the hazard; close doors behind you, and always follow all safety
procedures when working with toxic materials.
Introduction: Welcome

On behalf of the Landlord and Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., we thank you for selecting
Monarch Centre for your business location. This manual contains information to acquaint you and your
employees with the buildings’ rules and regulations, emergency procedures, and various services and
amenities available to the tenants of Monarch Centre. Additional information may also be found by visiting
our website: www.monarchcentre.com.
                                         Introduction: About The Company



Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc. (GEMS) is the authorized Property Management company for
Monarch Centre Associates, LLC office buildings in Atlanta, Georgia. GEMS began operations in 1992 as
an independently operated joint venture between GEMS and the IBM Corporation. The company, Axiom
Real Estate Management Services, was formed through joining the facilities management organization that
had been serving IBM in multiple locations with GEMS’ national property management division. To better
integrate these services with the company, Axiom became Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc. in
September of 1997. Through its offices and affiliates in more than 90 markets, GEMS covers every major
metropolitan area in the United States. Internationally, the company serves the needs of multinational
clients through its European offices in London and Brussels, with associations throughout Europe. Grubb &
Ellis Company is responsible for the leasing of Monarch Centre.
                                            Introduction: About Monarch Plaza



Monarch Plaza is managed by Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc. The project consists of a
sixteen-story, Class “A” office building totaling 368,688 rentable square feet, and a five-level parking garage
located at the north side of the building. The building was completed in 1983.
The building is of reinforced concrete frame construction. Exterior walls consist of pre-cast concrete panels
and insulated, tinted glass in aluminum frames. The building is served by seven (7) geared passenger
elevators that travel to all floors. One (1) geared freight elevator also serves all floors. The parking deck for
the building contains 1,479 spaces and is of reinforced concrete frame/deck construction. The parking deck
is served by three (3) hydraulic elevators.
Monarch Plaza is located near the intersection of Peachtree Road and Lenox Road in the heart of Atlanta’s
vibrant Buckhead district. The building offers a location unrivaled in accessibility and convenience to
destinations throughout Atlanta.
                                           Introduction: About Monarch Tower



Monarch Tower is managed by Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc.
The project consists of a twenty-four story, Class “A” office building totaling 527,761 rentable square feet,
and a five-level parking garage located at the west side of the building. The building was completed in
1996.
The building is of reinforced concrete frame construction. Exterior walls consist of pre-cast concrete panels
and insulated, tinted glass in aluminum frames. The building is served by two banks of five (5) geared
passenger elevators. The low-rise elevators serve the Concourse, Lobby and floors two through twelve.
The high-rise elevators serve the Concourse, Lobby and floors fourteen through twenty-four. One (1)
geared freight elevator also serves all floors. The parking deck for the building is of reinforced concrete
frame/deck construction. There are 1,468 parking spaces in the parking deck. The parking deck is served
by two (2) geared passenger elevators
Monarch Tower is located near the intersection of Peachtree Road and Lenox Road in the heart of Atlanta’s
vibrant Buckhead district. The building offers a location unrivaled in accessibility and convenience to
destinations throughout Atlanta.
                                           Introduction: Operating Instructions



Navigation
You move through The Electronic Tenant® Handbook just as you would a traditional Internet site. It’s as
simple as pointing and clicking. The main page features a Table of Contents that provides links to each
Chapter. Upon entering a Chapter, you will find links to the specific information provided in that chapter’s
Sub-Sections. You may return to the Table of Contents or Chapter Overview at any time by clicking the
clearly labeled link on every page.
Special Features
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order to take advantage of these useful features, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your
computer. This software is free and easy to use, and can be obtained by clicking here.
Updates
The Electronic Tenant® Handbook is updated on a regular basis, so please be sure to periodically check for
updates and new information. If you are having trouble accessing the Electronic Tenant® Handbook or
need assistance, please e-mail or call the Management Office.
Monarch Plaza: After Hours Access

The building’s lower lobby entry doors are unlocked from 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.
The lower lobby entry doors are locked 24 hours per day on Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. The
courtyard and parking garage entrances are accessible 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Monarch
Centre security monitors these entrances in person and via video surveillance to ensure the security of the
building.
All persons entering the building after hours may be required to sign in and present proper identification at
the security console. After-hours access to floors 2 – 16 is achieved by use of two (2) elevators equipped
with proximity card readers. These are the only elevators available for use after hours. Proximity cards are
obtained through Monarch Centre Security by submitting the form found in the Forms section of this
handbook. Replacement cards are $10.00 each.
To ensure the security of the building and your suite, written authorization for issuance of proximity cards for
after-hours building access must be provided by the designated Tenant Contact. The Security Office will
program proximity cards for building access. Written authorization for changes to building access must be
submitted to Monarch Centre Security.
Click here to download a Tenant Access Card Form
Click here to download a Security Clearance Form
Click here to download a Tenant After Hours Access Request Form
                                         Monarch Plaza: Deliveries



All deliveries by truck are to be made at the loading dock, accessed from Lenox Road - southbound. All
deliveries to Tenant areas are to be made via the freight elevator only. Large deliveries of furniture,
equipment or supplies must be done after 5:30 PM Monday – Friday or on weekends. Any move-ins or
move-outs must follow this after-hours schedule. Please contact the Management Office for more
information.
Unauthorized vehicles parked in designated “No Parking” areas near the loading dock and other restricted
areas will be subject to towing or booting without prior notice.
Click here to download Directions to Loading Dock
                                          Monarch Plaza: Elevators



Tenant floors are serviced by seven (7) geared passenger elevators and one (1) geared freight elevator.
The parking deck is serviced by three (3) hydraulic elevators. Each elevator contains an emergency call
box that is monitored 24 hours per day by the building’s on-site security staff. For procedures in the event
of an emergency, please refer to the Emergency Procedures Section of this handbook.
                                           Monarch Plaza: Mail Service



A United States Postal Service mail center is located on the first floor of the building near the Property
Management office. Each Tenant is assigned a mailbox and will receive a key to that mailbox from the
postal service. Keys are obtained by phoning 404.262.9794. The Property Management office does not
issue postal boxes and/or postal keys. A postal worker is typically on site from 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM, 12:00
PM – 12:30 PM and 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM Monday through Friday. Drop boxes for Federal Express, Airborne
Express and UPS are also located in the mail center.
Times for delivery, distribution and pick-up of mail are determined by the Postal Service. All mail is picked
up and/or distributed into the tenants’ mailboxes at the current posted times.
In order to receive your mail promptly, incoming mail should be addressed as follows:
Tenant Name
Building Address, Suite Number
Atlanta, GA 30326
Monarch Tower: After Hours Access

The building’s entry doors are unlocked from 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Outside of
these hours, effective November 1, 2002, building access is granted ONLY via the entry doors on Level P3
of the parking garage adjacent to the security office. Access cards will not provide access to any other point
of entry. Monarch Centre security monitors entrances via video surveillance to ensure the security of the
building.
Persons entering the building after hours may be required to sign in and present proper identification at the
security console unless they have a photo identification building access card. After-hours access to floors 2
– 24 is achieved by use of elevators equipped with proximity card readers. These are the only elevators
available for use after hours. Proximity cards are obtained through the Parking Office by submitting the form
found in the Forms section of this handbook. Replacement cards are $10.00 each.
To ensure the security of the building and your suite, written authorization for issuance of proximity cards for
after-hour building access must be provided by the designated Tenant Contact. The Security Office will
program proximity cards for building access. Any changes to building access must be provided in writing to
Security.
Click here to download a Tenant Access Card Form
Click here to download a Security Clearance Form
Click here to download a Tenant After Hours Access Request Form
                                         Monarch Tower: Deliveries



All deliveries by truck are to be made at the loading dock, accessed from Lenox Road - southbound. All
deliveries to Tenant areas are to be made via the freight elevator only. Large deliveries of furniture,
equipment or supplies must be done after 5:30 PM Monday – Friday or on weekends. Any move-ins or
move-outs must follow this after-hours schedule. Please contact the Management Office for more
information.
Unauthorized vehicles parked in designated “No Parking” areas near the loading dock and other restricted
areas will be subject to towing.
Click here to download Directions to Loading Dock
                                          Monarch Tower: Elevators



Tenant floors are served by two banks of five (5) geared passenger elevators. The low-rise elevators serve
the Concourse, Lobby and floors two through twelve. The high-rise elevators serve the Concourse, Lobby
and floors fourteen through twenty-four. One (1) geared freight elevator also serves all floors. The parking
deck is serviced by two (2) hydraulic elevators. Each elevator contains an emergency call box that is
monitored 24 hours per day by the building’s on-site security staff. For procedures in the event of an
emergency, please refer to the Emergency Procedures Section of this handbook.
                                           Monarch Tower: Mail Service



A United States Postal Service mail center is located on the concourse level behind the high-rise elevator
bank. Each Tenant is assigned a mailbox and will receive a key to that mailbox from the Management
office. Keys are obtained by phoning 404.233.2824. The postal service does not issue postal boxes and/or
postal keys. A postal worker is typically on site from 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM, 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM and 5:00
PM – 5:30 PM Monday through Friday. Drop boxes for Federal Express and Airborne Express are also
located in the mail center.
Times for delivery, distribution and pick-up of mail are determined by the Postal Service. All mail is picked
up and/or distributed into the tenants’ mailboxes at the current posted times.
In order to receive your mail promptly, incoming mail should be addressed as follows:

Tenant Name
Building Address, Suite Number
Atlanta, GA 30326
Policies and Procedures: General Rules and Regulations

   1. OBSTRUCTION
     Sidewalks, doorways, vestibules, halls, stairways and similar areas shall not be obstructed by
     tenants or their officers, agents, servants, and employees, or used for any purpose other than
     egress to and from the Premises and for going from one part of the Building to another part of
     the Building.

   2. DELIVERIES
     All deliveries must be made via the service entrance and service elevator during normal
     business hours or as otherwise directed or scheduled by Property Management. Prior
     approval must be obtained from Property Management for any deliveries that must be received
     after normal business hours.

   3. MOVING
     A tenant shall notify the property manager when safes or other heavy equipment are to be
     taken into or out of the building. Moving of such items shall be done under the supervision of
     the Property Manager, after receiving written permission from him/her.

   4. HEAVY ARTICLES
     Tenant shall not place a load upon any floor of the premises which exceeds the floor load per
     square foot which such floor was designed to carry or which is allowed by applicable building
     code. Property Management may prescribe the weight and position of all safes and heavy
     installations which Tenant desires to place in the premises so as properly to distribute the
     weight thereof. All damage done to the Building by the improper placing of heavy items that
     overstress the floor will be repaired at the sole expense of the Tenant.


General Rules and Regulations (continued)
   5. NUISANCE
     Tenant shall not do anything, or permit anything to be done, in or about the Building, or bring
     or keep anything therein, that will in any way increase the possibility of fire or other casualty or
     obstruct or interfere with the rights of, or otherwise injury or annoy, other tenants, or do
     anything in conflict with the valid pertinent laws, rules, or regulations of any governmental
     authority.

   6. BUILDING SECURITY
     Tenant’s employees or agents, or anyone else who desires to enter the Building after normal
     business hours, may be required to provide appropriate identification and sign in upon entry,
     and sign out upon leaving, giving the location during such person’s stay and such person’s
     time of arrival and departure, and shall otherwise comply with any reasonable access control
     procedures as Property Management may from time to time institute.
     Property Management has the right to evacuate the Building in event of emergency or
     catastrophe.


General Rules and Regulations (continued)
   7. SIGNS
     No signs, posters, advertisements, or notices shall be painted or affixed on any of the windows
     or doors, or other part of the Building, except of such color, size, and style, and in such places,
     as shall be first approved in writing by the property manager. No nails, hooks, or screws shall
     be driven into or inserted in any part of the Building, except by Building maintenance personnel.
     Directories will be placed by Property Management, at Property Management’s own expense,
     in conspicuous places in the Building. No other directories shall be permitted.

   8. USE OF WATER FIXTURES
     Plumbing fixtures and appliances shall be used only for the purpose for which constructed, and
     no sweepings, rubbish, rags, or other unsuitable material shall be thrown or placed therein.
     The cost of repairing any stoppage or damage resulting to any such fixtures or appliances from
     misuse on the part of a tenant or such tenant’s officers, agents, servants, and employees shall
     be paid by such tenant.

   9. NO ANIMALS, EXCESSIVE NOISE
     No birds, animals, or reptiles, or any other creatures, shall be brought into or kept in or about
     the building.


General Rules and Regulations (continued)
     Tenants shall not make or permit any improper noises in the Building, or otherwise interfere in
     any way with other tenants or persons having business with them.
     No equipment of any kind shall be operated on the premises that could in any way annoy any
     other tenant in the Building without written consent of Property Management.
     Business machines and mechanical equipment belonging to Tenant which cause noise and/or
     vibration that may be transmitted to the structure of the Building or to any leased space so as to
     be objectionable to Property Management or any tenants in the Building shall be placed and
     maintained by Tenant, at Tenant’s expense, in setting of cork, rubber, or spring type noise
     and/or vibration eliminators sufficient to eliminate vibration and/or noise.

  10. TRASH
     In order to maintain the first class appearance of the building, nothing shall be swept or thrown
     into the corridors, halls, elevator shafts, or stairways. Disposal of large amounts of debris such
     as boxes, crates, files, etc. is considered above Building Standard. The building’s compactor
     will not accept crates, pallets, computer monitors, or hazardous materials. Tenant shall make
     arrangements for disposal of such items.
     Each tenant shall cooperate with building employees in keeping the premises neat and clean.


General Rules and Regulations (continued)
  11. CORRIDOR DOORS
     Unless equipped with magnetic hold-open devices, corridor doors shall be kept closed in
     compliance with local fire codes. This will also aid in the security of your suite.

  12. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS AND ITEMS
     Tenants shall not use or keep in the Building any inflammable or explosive fluid or substance,
     or any illuminating material, unless it is battery powered, UL approved.

  13. HOURS FOR REPAIRS, MAINTENANCE AND ALTERATIONS
     Should a tenant require telephonic, annunciator, or any other communication service, Property
     Management will direct the electricians and installers where and how the wires are to be
     introduced and placed, and none shall be introduced or placed except as Property
     Management shall direct.

  14. NO TRADING
     The Premises shall not be used for conducting any barter, trade, or exchange of goods or sale
through promotional give-away gimmicks or any business involving the sale of second-hand
goods, insurance salvage stock, or fire sale stock, and shall not be used for any auction or
pawnshop business, any fire sale, bankruptcy sale, going-out-of-business sale, moving sale,
bulk sale, or any other business which, because of merchandising methods or otherwise, would
tend to lower the first class character of the Building.
                                         Policies and Procedures: Insurance Protection



Tenants are required to carry insurance with respect to their occupancy at Monarch Plaza. Please refer to
the Lease Agreement for specific coverage requirements. The following entities must be named as
additional insured:
      Monarch Centre Associates, LLC (Owner)
      Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc. (Manager)
                                           Policies and Procedures: Moving Procedures



Pre Move-In Checklist
MOVE-IN
       Review the Moving Policy.
       Provide a copy to the moving company selected for your move.
       Have the moving company contact the Property Management Office to review the moving policies.
       Have the moving company issue a Certificate of Insurance naming Monarch Centre Associates, LLC,
       (Owner), and Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., (Manager), as additional insureds.
MAIL
       Times for delivery, distribution and pick-up of mail are determined by the Postal Service. The
       mailroom is located on the lobby level of the building near the Property Management office.
SECURITY
       Submit a list of "authorized officials" for your company using the "Tenant’s Authorized Officials" form.
       At least one (1) week prior to your move-in date, or as soon as possible, meet with the Property
       Manager to discuss your requirements for keying your suite.
       You may pick up your suite keys at the Property Management office on the day prior to your move-in.
       Submit a list of employees needing access cards using the “Tenant Access Card Request” form.
       Please note which cardholders are to have after-hours access and parking access, or parking access
       only.

Moving Procedures (continued)
SIGNAGE
       At least four (4) weeks prior to move-in, or as soon as possible, submit the exact lettering, as you
       would like it to appear on the lobby directory, using the “ Tenant Directory Additions” form.
       At least four (4) weeks prior to move-in, or as soon as possible, using the “Tenant Corridor Signage
       Request” forml, submit in writing the exact lettering, you would like on your corridor sign. This sign
       may take up to four (4) weeks for delivery.
MAINTENANCE/JANITORIAL
       Inform the Property Management office of any offices that are not to be cleaned or that may have
       special cleaning requirements.
       Notify the Property Management office of the date you would like nightly cleaning to begin in your
       space.
RENT
       Inform your accounting department how checks for payment of rent are to be remitted and where they
       are to be sent.
       List whom to contact in the event of a rental payment inquiry on the “Tenant Information Checklist”
       form.

Moving Procedures (continued)
INSURANCE
       Contact your insurance company to have issued a Certificate of Insurance as outlined in your lease.
       The Certificate must be issued with the below-named as additional insured.
            Monarch Centre Associates, LLC
            Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., as Manager
BUILDING RULES AND REGULATIONS
       Review the Building Rules and Regulations prior to move-in.
ALTERATIONS
      Prior to accepting your new suite, you will be asked to attend a "punch list" walk-through of your suite.
      This is done in order to identify any remaining items to be completed. After this list is compiled, these
      items will then be coordinated through the Property Management office and the general contractor.
LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS
      A list of the Life Safety Systems featured at the Monarch Tower Office Building is included in the
      Emergency Procedure section of this manual.

Moving Procedures (continued)
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
      Review the Emergency Procedures section.
      Select at least two (2) persons to assume the responsibilities of Floor Warden. Depending on the
      size of your company, additional wardens may be needed. The Tenant Contact would normally be
      one of the wardens.
      List the name(s) of the floor warden(s) on the Tenant Information Checklist. Please also provide the
      names of any handicapped personnel who may need assistance in the event of a building
      evacuation.
MISCELLANEOUS
      Submit to the Property Management office the following information:
           Tenant Contact Person(s)
           New Office Phone Number, Fax Number and e-mail Address
           Emergency After-Hours Contact Person(s) and Phone Number(s)
           Accounts Payable Contact

Moving Procedures (continued)
This information should be listed on the Tenant Information Checklist.
NOTE: Attached are copies of all Exhibits referred to in the Pre Move-In Checklist.
Moving Policy
The following rules pertain to moving furniture, equipment and supplies in and out of Monarch Plaza.
ANY MOVER WHO DOES NOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING RULES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO
ENTER THE PREMISES OR WILL BE REQUIRED TO DISCONTINUE THE MOVE.
   1. No moves shall take place during regular business hours unless approved in advance by Property
      Management. All moves must be scheduled after 5:30 PM on weekdays or at any time on Saturdays,
      Sundays, or holidays. Loading/unloading is to take place only at the loading dock.
   2. Only the freight elevator will be used for the movement of furniture, equipment and supplies unless
      prior approval to use additional elevators has been granted by Property Management.
   3. The tenant and/or moving company shall contact the Property Management office at least 10 days
      prior to the move date to make arrangements for use of the freight elevator. A definite arrival time will
      be established. In the event of an elevator malfunction or heavy traffic situation, immediately notify
      Security at 404.233.2824 or at the following location:
             Monarch Plaza - Lobby desk
             Monarch Tower – Security office on Parking Level P3

Moving Procedures (continued)
      The cab measurements for Monarch Plaza are as follows:
            Cab height – 9’
            Cab width – 5’ with a 4’ entry door
            Cab length – 7.5’
            Extension height – 12’
            Extension width – 52’
            Extension length – 20’
      The cab measurements for Monarch Tower are as follows:
            Cab height – 10’
            Cab width – 5’9” with a 4’ entry door
            Cab length – 8’
   4. Moving large quantities of furniture, equipment or supplies in/out of the building may require
      scheduling around the janitorial service during the week.
   5. Employees of the moving company will not be permitted to access any part of the building other than
      the predetermined moving route.
   6. All employees of the moving company are to be uniformed and/or wear identification at all times. All
      moving company employees shall be bonded.
   7. There shall be no smoking inside of the Building.
   8. Tenant must make prior arrangements with moving contractor for off-site disposal of all moving debris
      (i.e. boxes, crates, pallets, packing material). If such debris is discarded on the loading dock, cleanup
      shall be at tenant’s sole expense. Pallets, wooden crates, etc. are not to be placed in the building’s
      compactor under any circumstances.

Moving Procedures (continued)
   9. All walls, door facings, elevator cabs and other areas along the route to be followed during the move
      will be inspected by the Property Management office and moving company personnel before and after
      the move. The mover must provide and install protective coverings on all walls, door facings, elevator
      cabs and other areas along the route to be followed during the move. It is the responsibility of the
      mover to note any and all existing damage or defects to his path of move. After the completion of the
      move, the mover will be held fully responsible for repair of damages and defects not already noted.
      Do not place duct tape on walls, floors, doorframes or doors. If tape is needed, “painter’s tape” shall
      be utilized.
  10. Clean masonite sections will be used as runners on finished floor areas where heavy furniture or
      equipment is being moved with wheel or skid type dollies. Clean plywood sections will also be
      required when moving over "sensitive" floors (i.e. marble, stone or tile floors). The masonite must be
      at least 1/4" thick, 4' x 8' sheets in elevator lobbies and corridors and 32" sheets through doors in
      tenant spaces.
  11. Any damage to the building or fixtures caused by the move will be repaired by or paid for by the
      moving company.
  12. It is the Tenant’s responsibility to notify Landlord of items to be moved that are unusually large or
      heavy (in excess of 3,500 pounds) or that may require review by Landlord. Dimensions and weight
      may prohibit safe transport and placement within acceptable structural guidelines. Any large items
      that cannot be placed in the freight elevator will require special hoisting arrangements, which will be
      made through the Landlord. Tenant’s moving company should include in the bid price to Tenant any
      additional charges required for extra services to be provided by the moving company to hoist large
      items.

Moving Procedures (continued)
  13. Security personnel will be notified as to the move-in schedule and will monitor the progress of the
      move. Any changes in the move-in schedule must be reported to the Property Manager immediately.
      An emergency phone number will be required by the Property Manager for the moving company’s
      supervisor and for the Tenant’s representative responsible for coordinating the move.
  14. When ordering equipment, furniture, supplies, etc., at any time before or after your move, please
      specify “Inside Delivery” to your suite, as Property Management is not responsible for deliveries from
      the loading dock to your suite.
  15. During your after-hours move, if you would like to keep the loading dock doors open to facilitate
      access by the movers, extra security is required at a cost of $25.00 per hour (minimum of 4 hours).
      Otherwise, the dock doors must remain closed and access will be required for each entry.

Moving Procedures (continued)
  16. The moving company must carry insurance including, but not to be less than, the following:
     Worker's Compensation in statutory limits for the State of Georgia with employees' liability limit of
     $1,000,000.00; bodily injury; personal injury and property damage liability insurance in
     comprehensive general liability form and certificate evidencing same shall be furnished to the
     Management Office before moving any items into the building. In addition, indemnify and save
     Property Management and Managing Agent harmless from and against all claims, demands and
     causes of action of every kind in character arising in favor of moving company's employees, Owner's
     and Managing Agent's employees or other third parties as a result of bodily injury, personal injury,
     death or damage to property in any way resulting from willful or negligent acts or omissions of
      moving company, its agents, employees, representatives or subcontractors. The moving company
      shall be responsible for all damages and losses sustained by them to their tools and equipment
      utilized in the performance of all work there under.
      Comprehensive General Liability insurance policy shall include coverage for hazards of premises,
      operation, elevators, products and completed operations and including personal injury coverage part
      and contractual liability coverage part designating the assumptions of liability under performance of
      the act of moving. Such insurance shall be in limits no less then five hundred thousand dollars
      ($500,000.00) for any one occurrence, Personal Injury Coverage and contractual liability.
      Comprehensive Automobile Liability covering all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles, with a
      combined single limit of not less than five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) per occurrence.
      Excess Liability (Umbrella) coverage of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00).

Moving Procedures (continued)
  17. Contractor shall furnish client a Certificate of Insurance for all coverages listed above at least 4 hours
      prior to commencement of the move. The following must be named as additional insureds on the
      certificate:
              Monarch Centre Associates, LLC (Owner)
              Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc. (Manager)
  18. Any moving company that will be moving supplies, furniture and/or equipment in this building shall
      secure and present to the Property Management office a certificate reflecting insurance coverage at
      least 24 hours before the move takes place.
Insurance Requirements for Movers
The moving company must carry insurance including, but not to be less than, the following:

   a. Worker's Compensation in statutory limits for the State of Georgia with employees' liability limit of
      $1,000,000.00; bodily injury; personal injury and property damage liability insurance in
      comprehensive general liability form and certificate evidencing same shall be furnished to the
      Management Office before moving any items into the building. In addition, indemnify and save
      Property Management and Managing Agent harmless from and against all claims, demands and
      causes of action of every kind in character arising in favor of moving company's employees, Owner's
      and Managing Agent's employees or other third parties as a result of bodily injury, personal injury,
      death or damage to property in any way resulting from willful or negligent acts or omissions of
      moving company, its agents, employees, representatives or subcontractors. The moving company
      shall be responsible for all damages and losses sustained by them to their tools and equipment
      utilized in the performance of all work.

Moving Procedures (continued)
   b. Comprehensive General Liability insurance policy shall include coverage for hazards of premises,
      operation, elevators, products and completed operations and including personal injury coverage part
      and contractual liability coverage part designating the assumptions of liability under performance of
      the act of moving. Such insurance shall be in limits no less then one million dollars ($1,000,000.00)
      for any one occurrence, Personal Injury Coverage and contractual liability.
   c. Comprehensive Automobile Liability covering all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles, with a
      combined single limit of not less than five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00) per occurrence.
   d. Excess Liability (Umbrella) coverage of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00).
   e. Contractor shall furnish client a Certificate of Insurance for all coverages listed above prior to
      commencement of operations under this contract. The following shall be named as additional insured
      on the certificate:
             Monarch Centre Associates, LLC
             Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc., as Manager

Moving Procedures (continued)
The following shall be named as the Certificate Holder:
Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc.
   f. Any moving company that moves supplies, furniture and/or equipment into, out of, or within the
      building shall secure and present to the Property Management Office a certificate reflecting insurance
      coverage at least 24 hours before the move takes place.
   g. Employees of the moving company will not be permitted to access any part of the building other than
   the predetermined moving route.
h. Monarch Centre is a non-smoking environment. All moving company employees are to be properly
   uniformed at all times. No abusive language, inappropriate clothing or actions on the part of the
   workers will be tolerated. Loud radios are not permitted. It is the responsibility of the moving
   company to enforce these rules and regulations at all times.
i. Tenant must make prior arrangements with moving contractor for off-site disposal of all moving debris
   (i.e. boxes, crates, packing material).
j. Emergency Contact Information:
   Monarch Centre Security (after-hours) – 404.233.2824
   Property Management Office – 404.233.2824
   Property Management Office Fax – 404.364.5874
                     Click here to download a Sample Certificate of Insurance
                                         Policies and Procedures: Smoking



Monarch Centre maintains a no smoking policy throughout the building, including all common areas, the
lobby, rest rooms, stairwells and elevators. Please do not smoke at building entrances.
                                          Policies and Procedures: Tenant Alterations



Any physical change to the tenant improvements within your suite requires prior written approval of Property
Management. This is to ensure compliance with all building safety and city/county code requirements.
Additions such as shelving and furnishings do not generally require such approval.
If any suite modifications are required, including electrical or mechanical, the Property Management office
can provide construction pricing and construction management services.
Please review the Building Rules and Regulations section for more information on this subject.
                                               The Neighborhood: Driving Directions



Click here to go to Monarch Tower Driving Directions
Directions to Monarch Plaza
3414 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: 404.233.2824
Concierge: 404.442.2906
From Hartsfield International Airport:
Take I-85 Northbound. I-85 and I-75 will merge, follow I-85.
Stay on I-85 until exit #87 – 400 North.
Take Exit #2 – Lenox Road/Buckhead. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Lenox Road. Continue to follow
Lenox Road, positioning your vehicle in the far right lane. Turn right onto Peachtree Road NE. At the first
traffic light, turn right to enter Monarch Plaza. Turn left and follow the drive towards the parking deck.
From I-85 South:
Exit #88 – Cheshire Bridge/Lenox Road
Turn right onto Lenox Road at the traffic light. Continue on Lenox Road for approximately 2 miles. Turn left
onto Peachtree Road NE. At the first traffic light, turn right to enter Monarch Plaza. Turn left and follow the
drive towards the parking deck.

Driving Directions (continued)
From I-75 South:
Exit #255 – West Paces Ferry Road
At the end of the ramp, turn left onto West Paces Ferry Road NW. Continue for approximately 2 miles and
turn left onto Habersham Road NW. Continue on Habersham for approximately 1 mile. Cross over Roswell
Road, and turn right onto Piedmont Road NE. Continue on Piedmont for approximately 2.5 miles. Turn left
at Peachtree Road NE. Continue on Peachtree until you see Lenox Mall on your right. Turn left at the traffic
light to enter Monarch Plaza. Turn left and follow the drive towards the parking deck.
From I-20 East or West:
Follow I-20 until you see signs for I-85 North. Take 85 North to Georgia 400 – Exit #87.
Take Exit #2 – Lenox Road.
At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Lenox Road. Continue to follow Lenox Road, positioning your vehicle
in the far right lane. Turn right onto Peachtree Road NE. At the first traffic light, turn right to enter Monarch
Plaza. Turn left and follow the drive towards the parking deck.

Driving Directions (continued)
Directions to Monarch Tower
3424 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone: 404.233.2824
Concierge: 404.442.2906
From Hartsfield International Airport:
Take I-85 Northbound. I-85 and I-75 will merge, follow I-85.
Stay on I-85 until exit #87 – Georgia 400 North.
Take Exit #2 – Lenox Road/Buckhead. At the end of the ramp, turn right. You will then need to position your
vehicle in the left lane. At the first traffic light, go straight up the ramp. At the next traffic light, turn right onto
vehicle in the left lane. At the first traffic light, go straight up the ramp. At the next traffic light, turn right onto
Monarch Drive. The parking deck will be straight ahead.
From I-85 South:
Exit #88 – Lenox Road.
Stay on Lenox Road for approximately 2 miles. You will cross Peachtree Road to Monarch Drive (watch
signs). At the first traffic light, turn left onto Monarch Drive. The parking deck will be straight ahead.

Driving Directions (continued)
From I-75 South:
Exit #255 – West Paces Ferry Road
At the end of the ramp, turn left onto West Paces Ferry Road NW. Continue for approximately 2 miles and
turn left onto Habersham Road NW. Continue on Habersham for approximately 1 mile. Cross over Roswell
Road, and turn right onto Piedmont Road NE. In less than one mile, turn left onto Lenox Road NE. Continue
on Lenox Road and position your vehicle in the left lane after you cross over GA 400 (1st traffic light). At the
intersection of Lenox Road and Phipps Boulevard (2nd traffic light), be sure you are in the left lane (not turn
lane) allowing you to go straight up the ramp. At the next traffic light, you will turn right onto Monarch Drive.
The parking deck will be straight ahead.
From I-20 East or West:
Follow I-20 until you see signs for I-85 North. Take 85 North to Georgia 400 – Exit #87.
Take Exit #2 – Lenox Road/Buckhead. At the end of the ramp, turn right. You will then need to position your
vehicle in the left lane. At the first traffic light, go straight up the ramp. At the next traffic light, turn right onto
Monarch Drive. The parking deck will be straight ahead.

				
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