Even the worst case scenario, which Cassidy Turley predicts at 30 percent probable, will not technically push metro Atlanta back into recession, but it will have an adverse impact.
Friday, December 14, 2012
National commercial real estate services provider Cassidy Turley on Friday released research examining the impending “fiscal cliff’s” impact on commercial real estate markets across the country, including metro Atlanta. The company's Atlanta office is based in Midtown. The fiscal cliff refers to the combination of tax increases and spending cuts that will take effect in January 2013, assuming no change to the current law. Economists’ general consensus is that if the fiscal cliff is allowed to occur, the U.S. economy will slide back into recession in the first half of 2013. Cassidy Turley’s report summarizes the various scenarios related to fiscal policy and then draws the link to commercial real estate. For metro Atlanta, military …
Midtown office plays important role as Cassidy Turley scores 14 million square foot outsourcing assignment
Monday, August 6, 2012
Commercial real estate services provider Cassidy Turley has been selected by Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks, Inc., to provide corporate real estate services for the financial institution’s 14 million-square-foot corporate real estate portfolio. On behalf of SunTrust, Cassidy Turley will provide transaction management, project management, lease administration and portfolio planning for SunTrust’s office portfolio and more than 1,600 bank branches across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. And as noted in a Monday story at Commercial Property Executive, SunTrust is just another of several contracts Cassidy Turley has scored in recent months. Cassidy Turley’s team leveraged long-held relationships in its Atlanta office, located at 171 17th St. in …