Unemployment 6/29-7/2

The unemployment rate for the United States in June fell 2.2% to 11.1%. This is a steeper decline than the April to May drop of 1.4%, which shows that people are getting back to work at states’ economies open up. This number, however, does not take into account some recent business closures as coronavirus cases […]

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“Metro Atlanta” vs. Atlanta Counties

Because “Metro Atlanta” encompasses such as wide range of counties and cities, I decided to break down the commercial real estate sector by county to get a more specific analysis. I chose to look at Fulton County, Gwinnett County, Cobb County, and Dekalb County. These counties are geographically the closest to the city of Atlanta […]

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Atlanta Retail Square Footage by County

The below charts show the amount of available square feet of retail space for Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, and Dekalb Counties for the past 15 years. “Available square feet” in this case means the quantity of square feet available for lease or sale. This does not include any properties that are occupied and are not on […]

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Atlanta Office Square Footage by County

The charts below show the amount of available office space for the four counties in and around Atlanta that I chose to highlight. “Available square footage” means the square footage that is available for lease or sale, not total square footage. Total square footage would include properties that are not for lease or sale, and […]

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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