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  • Property Management Team Celebrates 2018 Awards
    Cushman & Wakefield’s Property Management team recently held their annual awards ceremony, celebrating top employees and teams for the year. The five awards are tied to Cushman & Wakefield Atlanta’s Guiding Principles, which were adopted in 2013 to serve as a roadmap for the future and ensure the longevity of... Read more »
  • Top Trends to Impact Atlanta’s CRE Market in 2019
    By Clay Westbrook, Market Director of Research for Cushman & Wakefield’s Atlanta office Cushman & Wakefield has released a list of the top 10 trends to watch in commercial real estate in 2019, some of which are likely to have an impact on Atlanta. No. 10 is tech expanding beyond local hubs... Read more »
  • Five Fast Facts: Atlanta Office Market Vacancy Reaches Historic Low in Q4
    The Atlanta office market finished the year on a positive note. The Atlanta economy continued to expand through the fourth quarter of 2018 and gained 59,800 jobs, up 2.2% year-over-year (YOY) compared to 1.1% nationwide. Atlanta’s unemployment rate fell below the national average in 2018, dropping from 4.3% in the... Read more »
  • How the Atlanta Industrial Team is Inspiring Change
    By: Bethany Clark, Senior Managing Director During the past several years, the prevalence of women in commercial real estate has started, albeit slowly, to rise. Historically, women entering the commercial real estate sector tended to focus on retail and office specialties, but now they are leading the way in even the most traditionally... Read more »
  • Bird, bird, bird, bird is the word
    By: Mark Vollbrecht, Principal of Zeller Realty Group, and Kyle Kenyon, Director at Cushman & Wakefield Love them or hate them, Bird scooters are changing the way we commute. They are a connectivity solution that solves the last-mile challenge – a problem that has plagued our traffic-ridden city and is often... Read more »
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