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  • Economic Development Council Talks Vision for Midtown
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    Courtesy of Metro Atlanta Chamber Atlanta never stops rising. From the thriving business ecosystem to the ever-evolving and diverse neighborhoods, Atlanta remains a top destination for innovation, economic development and emerging talent. Last week, the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Economic Development Council gathered to discuss recent developments in the growing Midtown neighborhood. The council hosted... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Launches Atlanta Chapter of Veteran’s Initiative Program – Employee Resource Group
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    With Veteran’s Day approaching, Cushman & Wakefield’s Atlanta office has ramped up our opportunities to give back to the men and women who serve our country as well as our Veterans. Cushman & Wakefield values veterans, Guard, and Reserve members and the unique perspective they bring to business. The company... Read more »
  • Co-Warehousing: The Evolution of Industrial Space in a “Coeverything” World
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    By Annie Lewis, Office Tenant Representation, and Helen Cauthen, Industrial Tenant Representation The boundaries of space and use are blurred as we live in an increasingly “coeverything” world. The sharing economy has eliminated market inefficiencies while providing cost savings for consumers and tapping into the demand for increased access. The shorter-term... Read more »
  • Old Fourth Ward Named Top 20 “Cool Street”
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    By Christa DiLalo, Research Director A new wave of urban, experiential, and independent retail concepts catering to changing consumer demands has led to the rise of 100 “Cool Streets” across the United States and Canada, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s annual Cool Streets report. This year, Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward is... Read more »
  • Memorial Drive Corridor: A New Boomtown Just East of Downtown Atlanta
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    By Christa DiLalo, Research Director Atlanta’s Memorial Drive is one of the most history-rich thoroughfares in the city. Spurred by the success of the Eastside BeltLine trail, more than 1.3 million square feet of new projects or redevelopments have been completed since 2015. The ongoing demand for new office, multifamily, and... Read more »
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