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
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
JLL hosted its annual Forecast Breakfast on February 1st. The event featured keynote speakers Patty Heyda and David Gramble, authors of Rebuilding the American City: Design and Strategy for the 21st Century Urban Core. The event also hosted a roundtable discussion with Heyda, Gramble and AJ Robinson, President of Central Atlanta Progress and Heather Aldaheff, Program Management… Read More
The recent trend toward urbanization and walkability is drawing people in-town, and Downtown is certainly benefiting. With the increased momentum, many of Downtown’s most iconic buildings are experiencing a revival.
The Hurt Building, designed in 1913, recently sold for $34 million and will undergo a $4 million revamp. Plans include restoration of the original marble lobbies… Read More
In JLL Research’s 2016 Technology Outlook, Atlanta remains a strong competitor in the tech market, providing high industry opportunities at a low cost. According to the report, Metro Atlanta currently ranks as the lowest cost of doing business of the 31 largest… Read More
Atlanta continues to outperform the country’s office market as a whole, according to JLL’s Skyline Report. JLL’s research team analyzes skylines annually to provide an in-depth look at floor-by-floor data of over… Read More
Each week, JLL Atlanta presents a roundup of noteworthy commercial real estate stories from a variety of industry publications. Here are four stories that caught our eye recently.
Student Housing REITs Horde Cash to Buy by Bendix Anderson of NREI.
“Student housing real estate investment trusts (REITs) are likely to start buying properties soon—as soon as more properties become available. ‘You’re going to see acquisitions heat up… Read More
In at least one respect, 2014 was a decidedly unusual year for the metro Atlanta office market. Not known for noticeable rent growth — its Class A asking rate has increased, on average, only 0.6 percent per year over the past two decades — Atlanta saw that rate spike in… Read More
As 2014 winds down, it’s clear Atlanta’s industrial real estate market has regained its footing, with vacancies dropping and spec development returning. Furthermore, the sector is poised for further improvement in the year ahead. That’s the word from JLL’s Wit Truitt in a guest blog post he penned for the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
JLL Capital Markets is a full-service global provider of capital solutions for real estate investors and occupiers. The firm’s in-depth local market and global investor knowledge delivers the best-in-class solutions for clients — whether a sale, financing, repositioning, advisory or recapitalization execution. In 2013 alone,… Read More