Tue 05/ 31/ 11

Hartman Simons Helps Finalize Sale of Former NEC Distribution Center

By |2011-05-31T10:26:23+00:00May 31st, 2011|

By Jeremy Cohen, partner, Hartman Simons Regency Technologies, which recycles computers and other technology assets, is the soon-to-be tenant of an industrial building in Austell that was formerly home to the National Envelope Corporation (NEC). The building was recently purchased by 2989 Humphries Rd., LLC. I represented the seller, William Ungar, who, as Trustee of [...]

Fri 05/ 27/ 11

Matt Valley: Four on Friday

By |2011-05-27T11:18:19+00:00May 27th, 2011|

Matt Valley, Editor at National Real Estate Investor, spent a few minutes with us summarizing his experience at this year’s ICSC RECon in Las Vegas. Matt, we know it was a busy week so thanks for taking time to provide this great insight about the world’s largest gathering of retail real estate professionals! HS: How [...]

Wed 05/ 25/ 11

Bob Simons Provides Insight on Streets of Buckhead Project

By |2011-05-25T08:53:16+00:00May 25th, 2011|

By Sharon Poland, director of business development, Hartman Simons On Monday, Bob Simons took some time out of his busy schedule at ICSC to chat with Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter, Arielle Kass, about the Streets of Buckhead project. The project, recently renamed Buckhead Atlanta, has been at a standstill since early 2009. However, things are scheduled to pick [...]

Fri 05/ 20/ 11

Jesse Tron: Four on Friday

By |2011-05-20T08:38:10+00:00May 20th, 2011|

At Hartman Simons, many of us are packing our bags for Vegas. While we think the highlight of the entire ICSC conference will be our party Sunday night, there are just a few other things happening at the retail real estate conference. We caught up with Jesse Tron, who handles media relations for ICSC, earlier [...]

Wed 05/ 18/ 11

Hartman Simons Forms Strategic Partnership with Dinur & DeLuca

By |2011-05-18T10:10:04+00:00May 18th, 2011|

By Bob Simons, managing partner, Hartman Simons Hartman Simons & Wood LLP is proud to announce its new strategic relationship with Dinur and DeLuca, LLP. Dinur and DeLuca is now a tenant in Hartman Simons & Wood’s offices at 6400 Powers Ferry Road. Although Dinur and DeLuca remains independent from Hartman Simons, the firms will share resources and be [...]

Mon 05/ 16/ 11

Distressed Retail Assets

By |2011-05-16T11:21:30+00:00May 16th, 2011|

By Sharon Poland, director of business development, Hartman Simons Be sure to check out National Real Estate Investor later this week, as there’s going to be a cover story about distressed retail assets — just in time for ICSC. Writer Ben Johnson interviewed Hartman Simons partner Andy Litvak for the piece. While Ben spoke with [...]

Fri 05/ 13/ 11

Jim Devaney: Four on Friday

By |2011-05-13T08:10:58+00:00May 13th, 2011|

Maybe you know this guy from his 24-year career in commercial real estate. Or maybe from his college basketball days at Auburn University where he played with the legendary Charles Barkley. Either way, Jim Devaney with NAI Brannen Goddard is a good guy to know. Jim is ranked as one of the top office brokers [...]

Tue 05/ 10/ 11

A Gift from One Mother to Another

By |2011-05-10T14:00:54+00:00May 10th, 2011|

By Angela MacNaughton, executive assistant, Hartman Simons Sharon Poland, our director of marketing, got a call Saturday from the American Red Cross.  Sharon donates blood platelets to be used in the neonatal units and the Red Cross called because it was running low. The next day, Mother’s Day, Sharon was at the donation center for [...]

Fri 05/ 6/ 11

Four on Friday: Jason Buchberg

By |2011-05-06T08:35:55+00:00May 6th, 2011|

Chicago-based Crescent Heights was a big player in the condo conversion craze in Atlanta in the late 90s. The firm has recently re-entered the Atlanta market, buying two apartment communities. Jason Buchberg, acquisitions manager at Crescents Heights, answered four questions about the multi-family marketplace and his firm’s strategy here. (Jason and his wife pose in [...]

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