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  • Tomorrow’s Last Mile Today
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    By Gordon Benedict, Director, Industrial Tenant Representation This article is the fourth in a series on how eCommerce is affecting the retail and industrial real estate markets. The continued growth of eCommerce and the evolution of the concept of “last-mile logistics” has come full circle. The last-mile is defined differently by different... Read more »
  • KALOS Surgical Associates Joins 371 East Paces Ferry
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    The medical office market in Atlanta is poised for another banner year in 2018. In April, 371 East Paces Ferry, Atlanta’s first new medical office building in nearly a decade, is scheduled to open in the heart of Buckhead. We spoke with Dr. Stong of KALOS Surgical Associates to learn... Read more »
  • Touchdown! Huge Economic Impact Expected From College Football Playoff National Championship
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    Tonight, Alabama and Georgia face off for the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This marks the fourth year for the game, and the first time the game has been held in the city. With 75,000 seats and fans streaming in from around... Read more »
  • Live, Work and Play Ball: How the Braves Sparked Infrastructure Improvements in Cobb County
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    By Chad Koenig, Senior Director, Office Tenant Representation Traffic. An unavoidable topic in Atlanta, but maybe one of the most important items the region needs to keep addressing, especially as Metro Atlanta continues to develop. One submarket that has done a tremendous job improving its infrastructure is Cumberland, home of the Atlanta... Read more »
  • Three Key Elements to Sustaining Retail: Experience, Experience, Experience
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    From left: Joel Murphy of New Market Properties, Mark Toro of North American Properties, Jeff Garrison of S.J. Collins Enterprises, and Fain Hicks of Cushman & Wakefield By Savannah Durban, Communications Specialist  Retail isn’t dying. There isn’t an apocalypse, and physical brick-and-mortar stores will remain an important part of commercial real estate.... Read more »
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