Real Estate Roundup: July 19, 2016

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Check out this quick roundup of noteworthy stories to stay up-to-date on all things commercial real estate.

brexitWhat Brexit will do to U.S. Real Estate, National Real Estate Investor
Key Excerpt: With the Brexit vote triggering a new sense of risk and instability, what happens to commercial real estate finance, especially from United Kingdom and European sources?

Plans for Underground Atlanta get even bigger, Atlanta Business Chronicle
Key Excerpt: The developer planning to buy and remake Underground Atlanta has contracts to buy more than a dozen additional buildings in south downtown that have sat blighted for years. Potential tenants could include national retailers and local merchants.

Cobb Chairman Lee: Braves will add $200M Over 10 Years to County Coffers, BisNow
Key Excerpt: Cobb County Commission chairman Tim Lee says the “halo effect” of the Braves SunTrust Park project will have a massive economic impact in the county—to the tune of more than $1B in just the next three years.

How old buildings are attracting young talent, Atlanta Business Chronicle
Key Excerpt: “More adaptive reuse projects are being launched as the construction of new office towers without an anchor tenant remains difficult for some developers,” said Josh Hirsh, a senior managing director with real estate services giant Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.

Are times changing for women in real estate? JLL Real Views
Key Excerpt: Commercial real estate has never been known to be a particularly women-friendly field—but a host of corporate initiatives to promote equality and changing attitudes in the workplace suggest a new era is around the corner.

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