Early this week in the Southeast, Georgia generated most of the commercial real estate news—and Atlanta generated most of the Georgia real estate news. An Atlanta icon is being honored. A newly-formed company is gaining fast traction. And the ink is drying on a significant construction loan.


Even with the number of deals declining, Atlanta’s second quarter office sales volume is on an upslope, by 64% year-over-year and 44% compared to the first quarter, from $433 million in the second quarter of 2016 to $626 million. (Source: CommercialCafe.com)

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