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Frank Cannon

Senior Associate

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Professional Summary

Frank joined the Atlanta brokerage team in 2016. He draws on his experience of complex transactions to provide his clients with strategic solutions, ranging from office relocations to asset dispositions.

Frank began his career at Colliers as a Financial Analyst, supporting the Office and Industrial Service Teams. During his tenure as an analyst he was responsible for underwriting a wide variety of deal scenarios, including medical office investment sales, sublease recovery analyses, data center investment sales, lease vs. own analyses, and various office and industrial built to suit analyses. While supporting the Office and Industrial Teams Frank was involved in underwriting more than $550MM of total deal volume, ultimately resulting in millions of dollars in savings for his clients.

Frank graduated from Florida State University in 2015 with a Master of Science in Finance.

Prior to joining Colliers, Frank worked for CBRE as a Financial Analyst, primarily supporting the multifamily and healthcare investment sales teams. While at CBRE he was involved with the acquisition, disposition, and underwriting of $3B of multifamily product and $328MM of Office, Industrial, and Medical Office product.

Education

Florida State University
Real Estate
Finance

Memberships & Involvements

·   Shepherd Center

·   American Red Cross

·   Wesleyan School

·   Atlanta Seminole Club

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office

Featured Research

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Atlanta Real Estate Market | Office Market Report 2022 Q1

Atlanta’s office market kicks off the year with a slow start. The start of the year was not a continuation of progress, but rather a regression for the Atlanta office market.
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Atlanta Real Estate Market | Office Market Report 2021 Q4

Atlanta’s office market ends challenging year on the upswing. The final quarter of the year showed continued progress for the Atlanta’s office market as just under 500,000 square feet of space was absorbed.
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Apr 20, 2021

Rough start to the year for Atlanta's office market.

On the heels of last quarter's 2 million square-foot occupancy loss, Atlanta's office market finds itself in a deep hole to start 2021, experiencing its worst quarterly absorption ever in its history in Q1. The net occupancy loss of 2.8 million square feet rivals the negative absorption witnessed in 2009 following the Great Recession.
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Featured News

May 11, 2020

Colliers' Frank "Tradd" Cannon featured in Peachtree Corners Magazine podcast

Frank "Tradd" Cannon discusses strategies for businesses impacted by COVID-19 with Peachtree Corners Magazine
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