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  • Atlanta’s Growing Job Market
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    By David C. Smith,  Senior Director of Occupier Research, Americas The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its most recent job numbers last Friday, and while Atlanta’s employment was flat in April the recent trend has been exceptionally positive. Between March 2016 and March 2017, Atlanta added more non-farm and office-using... Read more »
  • John Zintak and Robbin Pearson Join Cushman & Wakefield in Atlanta
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    Cushman & Wakefield has hired two industry veterans, John Zintak and Robbin Pearson, both formerly with Daniel Corp., to join the company’s Atlanta office. Zintak has joined the firm as a Senior Director in the company’s Office Agency Leasing group, while Pearson has joined the firm’s Asset Services division as... Read more »
  • Janelle Beasley Named “Up & Comer” by the Atlanta Business Chronicle
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    The Atlanta Business Chronicle has named Janelle Beasley, Director of Cushman & Wakefield’s Office Tenant Representation Group, as a CRE “Up & Comer.” Janelle’s career began as a consultant at Ernst & Young before she transitioned into residential real estate. She spent six years in the field, owning her own... Read more »
  • Vertical Construction Begins on 371 East Paces Ferry MOB in Buckhead
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      Brian Lu from The Loudermilk Companies shows guests the construction site. Cushman & Wakefield’s Healthcare Practice Group, along with developer The Loudermilk Companies, held an event last week to celebrate completion of site work and the beginning of vertical construction on 371 East Paces Ferry, a 145,415-square-foot Class A medical office building... Read more »
  • Atlanta Industrial Market Breaks Records in Q1
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      The Atlanta industrial market experienced a record-breaking first quarter with a significant amount of overall net absorption, a falling vacancy rate and an increase in overall asking rents. The Atlanta market experienced 6.4 million square feet (sf) of net absorption, the highest amount ever recorded in Atlanta’s history. The previous record... Read more »
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