By Douglas Sams


Software company GeoFields Inc. is relocating its Atlanta office to Bank of America Plaza. 


The company, which provides data management solutions for the oil and gas industry, is currently housed at Midtown’  s One Atlantic Center.


GeoFields is moving into the “ tech lofts,”  a section of the 55-story Bank of America Plaza building dedicated to technology and creative class companies. It would lease about 4,400 square feet, according to City of Atlanta building permits, though the exact size of the office has not been formally released.


Bank of America Plaza is continuing to generate leasing momentum under owner Shorenstein Properties, which bought the iconic tower — Atlanta’  s tallest — in 2016. Last fall, Fortune 50 health insurer Anthem Inc. said it was putting $20 million into its new Midtown technology hub at Bank of America Plaza. The hub would employ about 2,000, Atlanta Business Chronicle reported.


Since then, Shorenstein Properties has completed an additional 35,000 square feet in leases in the tower with tech/creative class companies.


A CBRE team of Jeff Keppen and Elliott Grand are leasing the building on behalf of Shorenstein Properties.