The Real Estate Section of the Atlanta Bar Association hosted a CLE this morning on “Transforming Contaminated Properties in Georgia: The Art of the Brownfield Deal”. Savvy real estate developers recognize the value of Georgia’s Brownfield program and have used the limitation on liability and tax abatement incentives to develop numerous high-profile projects throughout Atlanta and […]
I attended ULI Atlanta’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019 last week at the City Winery at Ponce City Market in Atlanta, GA. The presentation was a quick run through of the data rich report prepared by PWC every year. There is a lot of great information in the report related to how our clients […]
Introductory video to Chris Troutman, Georgia Commercial Real Estate Attorney (atlantaleasingattorney.com). Chris assists local and national business owners, investors, developers, landlords, tenants, and alternative energy leaders with their commercial real estate needs. Chris’ prior career in the environmental and construction industries provides him with an understanding of the business needs of clients in focusing on […]
Many small business owners often own the underlying real estate from which their business operates. For those owners seeking an influx of capital, or looking to remove some capital as part of an exit plan, a sale leaseback may make sense. In a sale-leaseback, the property owner sells the property and enters into a long-term […]
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The first six months of 2018 are behind us, and what a great first half of the year! Commercial real estate is roaring in 2018 and I have worked on 320,000 square feet of office leasing transactions, $170M in office dispositions/acquisitions, and 60,000 square feet of retail leasing transactions. In addition, I wrapped up the […]
I’m proud to announce my graduation from the Urban Land Institute’s Center for Leadership Class of 2018. The experience was immensely rewarding and I am thankful for the valuable experience to be exposed to so much of what is happening in the development of Atlanta as a leader in urban development.
“Which deed do I use?” The history of land conveyancing is long and sometimes complicated, but the legal instrument used in Georgia to convey property is usually called a “deed.” A deed is a legal document conveying property from one party to another. There are specific statutory requirements for a deed to be both valid […]
Since joining Parker Hudson in April of 2017, I have had the good fortune of serving some wonderful clients and learning more about their business. Along the way, I completed approximately: 720,000 square feet of office leasing transactions; 100,000 square feet of retail leasing transactions; and $242 million in purchase and sale transactions of commercial […]
The Center for Leadership class of 2018 attended volunteer training for Urban Land Institute’s Urban Plan program, which teaches students about complexities of mixed-use redevelopment in cities, and we got to play with Legos!