CBRE has been a leader in commercial real estate in Atlanta, Georgia, for almost 50 years
From productivity and wellness, to engagement and recruitment, the workplace directly contributes to business results. Better business performance begins with better workplace performance, and at CBRE, we practice what we preach. By driving greater collaboration and productivity, and improving our business agility, our Atlanta Workplace360 office is an environment where our employees feel engaged and thrive. Located in Three Alliance Center, the Atlanta office marks the largest CBRE Workplace360 space in the world.
Workplace360 is CBRE’s leading-edge approach to workplace strategy designed to promote flexibility, mobility and productivity through technology-enabled, 100-percent free-address, and paper-reducing offices. CBRE’s Workplace360 initiative provides a flexible way of working and a system of places, technologies and behaviors that allow for choice based on an employee’s changing needs throughout the day. Enhanced technology that supports this mobile way of working is a core element.
Our real estate client base ranges from Fortune 500 corporations to local private companies and nonprofit institutions. We attribute this broad range of appeal to our simple but effective business plan: we help our clients identify their real estate requirements with strategic business, financial and operational objectives and use our market leverage to drive the best economic outcomes.
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Megawarehouses are in style in a big way – nowhere more so than in Georgia, according to a new report from CBRE. Between Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia tallied 19 of the largest warehouse leases signed in the U.S. during the first half of 2022. Atlanta led all markets with 12 leases totaling 10.3 million sq. ft.
From Atlanta to Nashville and Raleigh to Orlando, the U.S. Southeast is attracting employers and investors. Highwoods Properties’ Ted Klinck, Johnson Development’s Geordy Johnson, and CBRE’s Frank Fallon and Will Yowell join Spencer Levy to explain why.
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2022 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook
Despite uncertainty from the omicron variant and other risks, a growing economy will fuel demand for space and increase real estate investment across all property types. Explore CBRE’s outlook for 2022.Read Report