Tony Wilbert

Tony
Wilbert
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Office Developers Learn to Cope
Since the tech bubble burst in 2001, Corporate America has downsized and right-sized and generally dragged down demand for office space, leaving developers
Bright Development for Downtown Atlanta
When utility powerhouse Southern Co. announced in late January that it had completed a deal to keep its headquarters in downtown Atlanta, Mayor Shirley
Industrial Market Provides Southern Comfort
The nondescript warehouses and distribution centers huddled along the Southeast's many interstate highways are hardly awe-inspiring. Still, these properties
Atlanta Brokers Play Musical Chairs
Just when it appeared the brokerage operation at Trammell Crow's Atlanta office nearly was down for the count, the company has fought back by hiring a
More Office Glut in Midtown Atlanta?
Atlanta's real estate community knew that Hines was working on a deal to build a new headquarters tower for old-line law firm King & Spalding in the Midtown
Fighting for Control
John Williams, who founded Post Properties 32 years ago, has separation issues. He tried to step back from the Atlanta-based apartment REIT last summer,
Lend Lease Fields Offers from Buyers
One of the biggest questions in commercial real estate could be answered by the end of the year: Will Lend Lease Real Estate Investments be sold? Its
Atlanta stalls as job growth dwindles
If commercial real estate is to Atlanta what cars are to Detroit, then the engine is kaput, and AAA won’t arrive for more than a year. The Atlanta real
Atlanta stalls as job growth dwindles
If commercial real estate is to Atlanta what cars are to Detroit, then the engine is kaput, and AAA won’t arrive for more than a year. The Atlanta real
Atlanta stalls as job growth dwindles
If commercial real estate is to Atlanta what cars are to Detroit, then the engine is kaput, and AAA won’t arrive for more than a year. The Atlanta real
Atlanta stalls as job growth dwindles
If commercial real estate is to Atlanta what cars are to Detroit, then the engine is kaput, and AAA won’t arrive for more than a year. The Atlanta real
Atlanta stalls as job growth dwindles
If commercial real estate is to Atlanta what cars are to Detroit, then the engine is kaput, and AAA won’t arrive for more than a year. The Atlanta real
The Brokerage Shuffle
The current slump in the national office market has sent the revolving door spinning at many brokerages across the country. Slow leasing markets typically
Mixed feelings
The past, present and future of Atlanta's real estate market can be summed up in two words: job growth. Atlanta has enjoyed unequaled job growth during
Atlanta Saved by the techies
During the past two years, bashing Atlanta's real estate market has been in vogue among Wall Street analysts and national prognosticators. In a much touted
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