JLL sponsored Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Grow Georgia Summit at Twelve Atlantic Station on Thursday, June 8, 2017. This year’s theme was “Sports and Real Estate Team Up,” as real estate decision-making in Georgia is being driven by sports and entertainment more than ever before. The panels addressed Professional, Collegiate, and Large-Scale… Read More
JLL’s Director of Research Craig Van Pelt is featured in the weekly publication Real Estate Alert discussing new trends in Atlanta’s office market.
Atlanta’s Midtown district, overshadowed for years by the prestigious Buckhead neighborhood, is emerging as the city’s hottest office submarket.
“Atlanta has had a lot of suburban sprawl in… Read More
Georgia Power has hired JLL to market and sell its property located at 760 Ralph McGill Boulevard—branded Eastline at Fourth—with the intent of gauging interest for redevelopment. Located adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trial in Atlanta’s hot Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, the 10.2 acre plot may be redeveloped as a… Read More
In its latest edition, the Atlanta Business Chronicle published renderings of the future Armour Yards project in an industrial area of Atlanta known as the Sweetwater Design District, which will be leased by JLL and developed by real estate development and investment firm Third & Urban.
JLL’s Jeff Bellamy, Brooke Dewey and Liz Koteles are the primary leasing brokers of the $75 million project, which is expected to be over 300,000 square… Read More
As the Great Recession and its grisly aftermath fade ever further into the rear-view mirror, Atlanta’s office market is experiencing the soothing effects of higher-than-average job growth and a dramatic spike in its Class A rents. At the same time, the metro area’s embrace of urban, mixed-use development continues to strengthen.
Those were some of the takeaways of JLL Atlanta’s 2015 Real Estate Forecast… Read More
Global investors are increasingly targeting the United States for commercial real estate investment.
And with the U.S.’ high level of real estate transparency—which gives non-U.S. investors clear insights into the differences they may encounter when transacting, owning, and operating in foreign markets—secondary U.S. markets like Atlanta will likely continue to see increasing amounts of investment.
Canadian Firms Explore ATL
Metro Atlanta has recently generated significant… Read More
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There isn’t a whole lot of new commercial real estate development taking place anywhere in the country, and the retail sector is no exception.
However, the Atlanta area is proving to be the exception, and John Bemis, Executive Vice President and Retail market lead in Atlanta and the Southeast for JLL shared that the city is… Read More
By Michael Ulin, Vice President, Brokerage, JLL Atlanta
Both healthcare and real estate have experienced recent turbulence, so many health systems and private physicians are pursuing “intelligent evaluation” of their real estate facilities and needs as well as the investments and related capital cost required.
Healthcare reform’s impact on private physicians’ practices… Read More