BRANNEN'S BUSINESS UP IN 2010
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|For Mitchell Brannen, Atlanta's office market will be more of the same next year, just slightly better: ?And hopefully there will be some new start-ups.? Mitchell, who heads up NAI/Brannen Goddard, tells us his business was up more than 50% from 2009, especially with property sales as banks became more willing to unload troubled assets. Part of NAIGB's strategy is to do business outside of Atlanta. Some of the deals it has secured over the past couple of months include a 50-acre land sale in Gulf Shores, Alabama (brokered by the firm's Ernie Williams, Stan Williams, and Heath Milligan), the $30M sale of Short Pump Station, a 92K SF shopping center in Richmond, Va. (brokered by Fain Hicks and Ty Underwood), and a 672K SF industrial deal in Shelby, NC (brokered by Mike Chambers, Jack Haden, and Brad Pope).|