COMMERICAL REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK 2018
Optimize opportunities in an ever-changing environment
How can real estate executives adapt their business models to keep up with the evolution of their ecosystem? Here are four priority areas for 2018 that may help them bridge the gaps while maximizing value and growth.
MORE THAN $400M IN BONDS SET TO FUEL PROPERTY TAX BREAKS ON MAJOR ATLANTA PROJECTS
As 2017 comes to a close, a host of banner Atlanta real estate projects are expecting millions of dollars in property tax breaks from the City of Atlanta and Fulton County. Projects such as Colony Square’s revival and Northside Hospital Healthcare System’s Midtown medical office development are on tap for more than $400M in revenue bonds issued on behalf of either the City of Atlanta’s economic development arm Invest Atlanta or the Development Authority of Fulton County.
MORE FROM ATLANTA’S STATE OF THE MARKET 2017
From Amazon’s negotiating tactics with more than 200 cities vying for its second headquarters to the depth of the workforce apartment housing market and CMBS demand to where rents are at some Downtown Atlanta office projects, here is a roundup of topics that were discussed at Bisnow’s Atlanta State of the Market event earlier this week.
INTEGRAL IN TALKS FOR 400K OF LEASES IN DORAVILLE WHILE IT COURTS AMAZON HQ2
As Integral Group moves forward on a slew of developments at its Assembly project in Doraville, it has carved out 100 acres for that potential carrot of a deal that starts with “A” and ends with “mazon.”
The Atlanta-based developer is in talks with tenants to take as much as 400K SF to fill its 750K SF of office and retail space in the project’s initial phase, Integral Group Chief Operating Officer Matt Samuelson said. That includes two undisclosed 200K SF office users, Samuelson said.
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LIFE SAVING TIPS FOR SURVIVING HOLIDAY TRAVEL HELL
The last two weeks of December are always a pain to travel through. 50 million Americans are going to the airport between now and New Years. That means you’re going to come across delays, crowds, and bumps. Embrace it. Paste a smile on. It’s part of the season!
Seriously high volumes plus the probability of winter weather means things will get disrupted. Sadly, we’re not all Harris Telemacher from L.A. Story — we can’t bend the weather with our minds no matter how hard we try. Instead, we’re all going to have to live with the harder aspects of air travel.
….for some rules on surviving.