As shopping has changed, so has industrial real estate
May24

As shopping has changed, so has industrial real estate

By Linda Booker, Executive Vice President and CFO, Core5 Industrial Partners I admit it; internet shopping has changed my life. I initially resisted, but like most busy moms, I realized that I could get far more done in a day if I order my books, non-perishable groceries, and office supplies online. As we got ready for Spring Break, a steady stream of bathing suits, clothes, and shoes came to our door with my daughter’s name on them;...

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This old industrial building
Apr26

This old industrial building

By Lisa M. Rhudy, Vice President – Asset Management, Pattillo Industrial Real Estate Have you recently driven by a part of town you pass from time to time, but not on a regular basis, to realize that the entire area looks different? You stop and ask yourself, “Where did that come from?  It wasn’t there last time I drove through here.” In fact, you even question if you’ve taken a wrong turn because you can’t quite place where you are....

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State of Atlanta CRE: An interview with Lisa Rhudy
Jul22

State of Atlanta CRE: An interview with Lisa Rhudy

On August 6, CREW Atlanta will present “State of Atlanta CRE,” a Tenant Rep Roundtable moderated by Michael Bull, CEO of Bull Realty Inc. and host of the Commercial Real Estate Show. Leading up to the event, CREW Atlanta is asking panelists to share their thoughts on the state of Atlanta commercial real estate. In this post we hear from Lisa M. Rhudy, vice president, asset management for Pattillo Industrial Real Estate. Q: What is the...

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August 6: “State of Atlanta CRE” Tenant Rep Roundtable
Jul14

August 6: “State of Atlanta CRE” Tenant Rep Roundtable

Atlanta commercial real estate is picking up steam. Don’t get left behind! Find out the what’s happening in today’s hottest submarkets. In just the past year, we have seen distinct shifts in how deals are being structured. Tenants are adapting, availability is changing, and priorities are evolving in different markets. Michael Bull, CEO of Bull Realty Inc. and host of the Commercial Real Estate Show, will moderate a panel discussion...

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Don’t get caught off guard by sign ordinances and regulations
May13

Don’t get caught off guard by sign ordinances and regulations

By Robbie Hunt Commercial and Architectural Sign Advisor, Sign-a-Rama Duluth My client put her head in her hands, exasperated, as I read to her the list of things she could not do with the signs for her new restaurant. The list was courtesy of an architectural and signage “Design Review Board” overseeing the mall district where she had just bought a freestanding building on a highly visible corner lot. These stipulations touched on...

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Port of Savannah critical to the recovery of Atlanta’s industrial market
Mar02

Port of Savannah critical to the recovery of Atlanta’s industrial market

By Steve Grable Make no mistake about it: 2014 was a banner year for the metro Atlanta industrial real estate market.  Although it’s located nearly four hours away, the Port of Savannah has played an undeniably important role in the recovery of Atlanta’s industrial market. Much of the material passing through the port is also housed in the metro area’s warehouses and distribution centers as it makes its way through shippers’ supply...

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