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December 12, 2019

The 10 Biggest Atlanta CRE Stories Of 2019

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As the second decade of the 21st century draws to a close, Atlanta was ground zero for major commercial real estate news, some of which will continue to reverberate into the next decade.

The 10 Biggest Atlanta CRE Stories Of 2019

When 2010 started, the Metro Atlanta region was suffering the full brunt of the Great Recession. There were years where it may even have appeared that Atlanta's best times were in the past; one former CRE executive said his firm was looking for investment opportunities outside of Atlanta

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IHOP To Launch Fast-Casual Concept For Urban Markets In 2020

IHOP To Launch Fast-Casual Concept For Urban Markets In 2020  

IHOP is adding a new offering that it hopes will bring it more in line with modern trends in casual dining. The International House of Pancakes announced on Wednesday that it will be launching a fast-casual, counter service-based concept called Flip'd in Atlanta in April. The company is also considering sites in…

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How The 2010s Changed CRE Forever: Part 1

For commercial real estate, a decade is an eon, and that is plenty of time for change in the industry. But with their beginnings in the Great Recession and their consistent, slow growth trajectory, the 2010s have brought some fundamental, lasting changes to commercial real estate.

Some sectors have felt it more than others. The multifamily sector has evolved from an also-ran to single-family housing in the minds of Americans to the darling property type of the decade — in demand, but also a market bifurcated like never before into Class-A and everything else.

At the beginning of the 2010s, industrial real estate was an ugly duckling. At the end of the decade, last-mile logistics became the booming handmaiden of the nation's vast online retail market, which has done nothing but expand since the end of the recession, punching a hole in retail real estate in the process.

Undergirding CRE changes during the decade has been the growth in the U.S. economy, which has been the longest period of growth in history, beginning in June 2009 and not over even at the end of 2019.

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Today's CRE Tenants Want Lots Of Parking, But The Future Belongs To The Carless

Today's CRE Tenants Want Lots Of Parking, But The Future Belongs To The Carless  

DALLAS-FORT WORTH — As cities and commercial developers advocate nationally for reductions in urban parking requirements to prep for a less car-centric future, financiers and tenants continue to desire an abundance of parking spaces even if they come at a steep cost.

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What Happens When A City's Most Important Street Goes Carless?

SAN FRANCISCO — In late January, a broad stretch of San Francisco's most-used street will go effectively carless.

It is the beginning of a five-year, $604M transformation of the historic corridor, and a concerted effort at creating radically changed environs for its retailers, citizens, office occupants and landlords. And it is not without controversy.

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Forcing The Conversation: Why This Expert Says CRE Needs To Keep A Sharper Eye On The Future

Forcing The Conversation: Why This Expert Says CRE Needs To Keep A Sharper Eye On The Future  

As the pace of transformation throughout the economy accelerates, real estate professionals can’t escape kaleidoscopic changes.

Geoffrey Kasselman, the newly hired partner and senior vice president, workplace strategy, at CRG, the real estate development arm of Clayco, said it is time to prepare for the coming earthquakes, even if they are difficult to predict.  

“I'm not an alarmist, but everything is being remade on a global scale by a number of disruptive technologies that are robust and converging at the same time,” he said. “Everyone has a need right now to stop and really think about what the future will look like.”

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