Michael Shaffer walks through the vacant third floor of the Georgia Cyber Center building, where bare concrete floors and unfinished drywall make the space smell like a building-supply wing of a hardware store.

The floor that could comfortably accommodate up to nine office suites is the only non-leased space left in the 165,000-square-foot building that partly bears Shaffer’s name.

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