Recently, Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Jenner Wood paid Cushman & Wakefield a visit, to discuss the Chamber’s priorities, and their vision for what Atlanta can be in the near future. Wood is one of the city’s
The I-285/SR 400 interchange has been a source of plenty of frustration for Atlanta commuters for many years. A new $1 billion construction project aims to lessen the issue by creating a more elegant traffic-management solution that should significantly
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Big-box developments may get the most attention from media and the public in the industrial world, but it’s the 100,000- to 200,000-square-foot sites that have historically
The industrial market has been humming along nicely in Atlanta for some time, but the fourth quarter of 2015 may bring numbers the metro area has never seen.
The anticipation has been building since the second quarter, when 17.4
When Atlanta’s unemployment rate hit its Recession-era peak in 2009, it was well into the double digits, and stayed there most of the next two years. Today, though, there’s no better job comeback story in the country than what