Randy Southerland

Randy
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The Science of Site Selection
In just a few short years, the site selection process for Columbus, Ohio-based Steiner & Associates, a developer of lifestyle and entertainment centers,
Lean & Mean
THE TOUGH ECONOMIC environment is putting pressure on corporate real estate managers to be far more creative in cutting costs whether that means divesting
An e-blueprint for Success
WITH MORE THAN 60 construction projects under way at any given time, Clayco Construction needed a way to check the torrent of paper that was flooding
JUST SIGN ON THE pixilated line
Someday, in an electronically enhanced future, most commercial and residential real estate transactions will be conducted in cyberspace. Gone are the
BEST PRACTICES: Security at front and center
When it comes to providing security for its tenants and shoppers, Baltimore's Security Square Mall decided to put its resources in plain sight. And in
Not your grandfather's amenities
Perhaps a decade ago, apartment companies knew their tenants well. They were mostly young people, maybe newlyweds, people just getting started in life.
Bright prospects
In many areas of Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., the economic slowdown sweeping the rest of the nation hasn't hit home. We're seeing signs of
MIDATLANTIC AREA REVIEW: Bright prospects
In many areas of Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., the economic slowdown sweeping the rest of the nation hasn't hit home. "We're seeing signs of what we read in the papers. But many of the retailers we represent are pulling in very strong sales, ...
STOREFRONTS: Rocket ‘n’ roll
Casual dining chain Johnny Rockets launches new locations in non-traditional venues. When customers step into a Johnny Rockets restaurant, they may think
Management companies tackle challenges of the new millennium
As revenues remain steady, managers look to solve the employee shortage and keep up with the Internet revolution.For many segments of the hotel industry,
Overlooked no more
Retailers finally discover the under-stored, mid-size markets of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.Big cities like Atlanta and Dallas might not get too
Old buildings gain new life
Regardless of a property's age, the technology revolution often demands redevelopment.Once they dotted the landscape as proud symbols of American industry.
Retail races fast in the vibrant Southeast
Some insiders wonder how long the good times will last. But with so many projects in the pipeline, don't expect a slowdown anytime soon.Some of us probably
Profit potential
Property managers provide more than just space these days, as new services yield new profits.There was a time when all you could expect from landlords
Atlanta Bread Co.: Quality Meets Quick Service
Basil Courvaras, co-owner of Smyrna, Ga.-based Atlanta Bread Company Bakery Cafe, laughs when you tell him he doesn't have the accent to go along with
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