State Farm Signs 5 Year Lease at Hammond Exchange

Hammond Exchange

Several weeks ago, the nation’s largest property and casualty insurance provider announced that they would be looking for a new home for their Southern headquarters, and that the Central Perimeter submarket had caught their eye; a spokesperson for State Farm Insurance company identified both Hammond Exchange and The Terraces as potential candidates for the expansion, although a final decision was not reached ...

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They’re Not Done Yet!

AirwatchAirWatch, the nation’s largest provider of mobile device management services, made headlines in 2012 when it signed a 130,000 SF lease at 1155 Perimeter Center. Governor Nathan Deal spoke at a January 25th press conference at AirWatch’s headquarters when AirWatch announced its plans to invest $60 million in an expansion that could ultimately bring 800 jobs to Atlanta in the coming ...

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Fireside Chat with a Super Bowl Champion Steve Wallace

Steve Wallace

Steve Wallace is known throughout the NFL for helping to revolutionize the position of left tackle and protecting “The Blind Side” long before Hollywood became involved. After an All-American and two All-SEC seasons at Auburn University, Steve was drafted in the 4th round by the San Fransisco 49ers. While with the 49ers, Steve earned multiple Pro-Bowl and All-Pro ...

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Four Signs That Atlanta CRE is Coming Back


As we look forward to 2013, we can’t help but look at the past year for clues as to where the Atlanta commercial real estate market is headed. Atlanta fared much better than most cities, and most speculate that 2013 will show continued growth in most areas. There are four main things that let me know that Atlanta CRE is on the upswing as we enter 2013:


  1. We have seen investors coming back ...
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Dying Office Trends

LinkedIn just released the results of its Office Endangered Species survey. More than 7,000 global professionals shared their opinions about dying office tools and trends, with some not-so-surprising predictions.

Top 10 Office Items Extinct by 2017:

  1. Tape recorders (79%)
  2. Fax machines (71%)
  3. The Rolodex (58%)
  4. Standard working hours (57%)
  5. Desk phones (35%)
  6. Desktop computers (34%)
  7. Formal business attire (suits, ties, pantyhose, etc.) (27%)
  8. The corner office for managers/executives (21 %)
  9. Cubicles ...
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