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  • 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 »
  • Atlanta Healthcare Trends
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    By Dillon Mabrey, Associate The medical office market in Atlanta has seen tremendous growth throughout the past five years, with the MOB inventory growing by over 1.6 million square feet. The most recent project 371 East Paces Ferry, a Class A 120,000-square-foot building, was the first medical office delivered inside the... Read more »
  • Highlights from Bisnow’s Multifamily Annual Conference – Southeast
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    By Martha Kifle, Senior Research Analyst Industry-leading real estate experts converged to discuss trends pervading the Southeast multifamily market and forecasts of what is to come at Bisnow’s September Multifamily Annual Conference – Southeast event. Investors continue to exhibit growing interest in the Southeast, as capital and jobs are finding their way... Read more »
  • Employment Update: Atlanta No. 6 in Office-Using Employment Growth
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    By Brandon LaBord, Senior Analyst Atlanta’s rate of job growth rose year-over-year, and unemployment declined in Q2 2019. Office-using employment growth still ranks in the top 10 of all MSAs at No. 6 and the central business district (CBD) continues to be a top location for major employers looking to add... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Serves Four Organizations at Annual Great Day of Service
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    Yesterday, Cushman & Wakefield’s Atlanta office held its Annual Great Day of Service. Each fall, the office closes so employees can volunteer at a local organization. This year, our team of over 200 employees divided and conquered to a variety of projects throughout the city. Many of the volunteers spent time... Read more »
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