Recent data released by Cushman & Wakefield Atlanta’s Research team shows the continued strength of Atlanta’s job market and economy. Atlanta added a total of 45,000 new jobs since Q1 of last year, which is the fifth-most in the
By Ken McCarthy, Principal Economist
The U.S. seems to overbuild just when the economy turns down, leading to a glut of space that takes time to work off. We saw it in 2008, in 2001 and, most dramatically, in
At the turn of the century the Warehouse District was a state economic hub, where produce was housed from all of the state’s farms. Now, the district is playing an integral role once again. The once dormant buildings have recently
By Robert Sammons, Regional Director – Northwest U.S. Research
It was a busy day last Friday when both U.S. (February) and local (January) employment numbers were released. As most of you know by now, the national numbers were surprising on
After the third quarter of 2015, a Cushman & Wakefield Research report showed Atlanta was the top U.S. major metro for job growth to that point in the calendar year. In the fourth quarter, it was more of the same.