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Jeremy Cohen

ATLANTA—BBQ ribs can be messy, but food hall lease negotiations can be all out sticky. GlobeSt.com caught up with Jeremy Cohen, a partner at national commercial real estate firm Hartman Simons, to get his take on these and other food hall lease issues in part two of this exclusive interview. You can still read part one: How Red Hot Food Hall Concepts Are Changing the Development Scene.

GlobeSt.com: What other sticky issues tend to come up during negotiations? 

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