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Recent Reports | Atlanta

MidYear 2017 | Retail Market Report

After absorbing over 700,000 square feet in the first quarter, Atlanta’s retail market outdid itself and absorbed over 800,000 square feet during Q2. In all, Atlanta has absorbed the most space at the midway point since 2008. The submarkets with the most demand thus far in 2017 include; Dekalb Retail, Buckhead Retail, West Metropolitan Retail and Gwinnett Retail.

2Q 2017 | Office Market Report

With the first quarter out of the way, the Atlanta office market returned to positive results in the second quarter as absorption topped 616,000 square feet; the highest quarterly amount absorbed since the end of 2015. Leading the market was the Cumberland/Galleria area of Northwest Atlanta which accounted for over half of the positive activity.

Spring 2017 Big-Box Market Report

First quarter absorption in Atlanta’s big-box industrial market was bolstered by delayed occupancies from the end of last year.

2Q 2017 Industrial Market Report

Posting its second consecutive quarter with industrial absorption over 6 million square feet, Atlanta maintained its top spot in the nation with the most space absorbed year-to-date according to Colliers International statistics.

1Q 2017 | Multifamily Market Report

Atlanta’s strong economy stems from a well-educated workforce, immense transportation and a business-focused environment. Economic gains, bolstered in part by numerous corporate relocations, continue to rank Atlanta among the top major U.S. metros for economic growth.

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Georgia is CNBC’s Top State for Business in 2014

The big changes for Georgia in 2014 are economic. While overall growth trails the national recovery, and the unemployment rate has remained stubbornly above the national average, CNBC's study looks to the future. Georgia's solid job growth and rebounding housing market help it jump to third place in our Economy category.

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