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May 7, 2019

Philips Launches Search To Explore Options For New Atlanta Offices

Philips is interviewing brokers as it prepares to launch a search to potentially move its Alpharetta office.

Philips Launches Search To Explore Options For New Atlanta Offices

Philips — which once held the naming rights to what is now State Farm Arena — is considering a request for proposals package that could hit Atlanta landlords' inboxes in the coming months.“We are in the early stages of exploration, we…

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Piedmont REIT Under Contract To Buy Third Galleria Office Tower

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A prominent Atlanta office REIT has completed an acquisition hat trick in the Cumberland/Galleria submarket. Piedmont Office Realty Trust is under contract to buy Galleria 100, an 18-story, 414K SF tower, part of the three-tower Galleria office…

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Oxford Capital Group's John Rutledge: Hotel Repositioner And Heliskier Extraordinaire

Oxford Capital Group CEO John Rutledge is a man of many interests, including adventure travel and high-intensity sports, but nothing can quite match the elation of finding hotels in need of upgrades or renovations, putting together a team of specialists and seeing the project through to a profitable conclusion.

Chicago-based Oxford Capital has participated in more than $3B of commercial real estate projects, with a primary focus on hospitality. So far its projects have involved more than 13,000 hotel rooms. It has done hospitality-anchored mixed-use projects and is now expanding into other property types, such as senior housing.

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Healthcare Moving To Meet Patients Where They Are

Healthcare offerings are changing as providers and innovators seek to offer care in ways and settings that are convenient for the communities they serve.

"Part of the innovation is to get the patient to the most efficient point in the health system for the interaction they need to have today," said Tom Andriola, vice president and chief information officer for the University of California System. "We're not trying to build more hospitals. We're trying to use the ones we have efficiently."

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Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Blitz Co-Founder Seth Hanley

 

This series profiles men and women in commercial real estate who have profoundly transformed our neighborhoods and reshaped our cities, businesses and lifestyles.

Seth Hanley had cleaned out his desk. His belongings were packed in a cardboard box.

In 2009, in the midst of the economic recession, Hanley and his then girlfriend and now wife, Melissa, had been laid off from their jobs at an architecture firm. 

"Our firm was suffering the impact of the construction industry crash," Hanley said. "We collected our boxes and we just looked at each other."

Ten years later, their company, Blitz, has designed and implemented nearly 300 projects across more than 5.5M SF throughout the U.S., Western Europe, Australia and Asia.

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