27 Feb 2019

Lincoln Property Company Southeast Awarded Management Assignment for Sandy Springs Retail Properties

Lincoln Property Company Southeast has been selected to manage The Exchange at Hammond and Parkside Shopping Center, connected retail centers located in Sandy Springs, GA. Lincoln Vice President Shane Froman will oversee management of the retail centers, led by Senior Portfolio Manager Susan Jones. Jamestown Urban Management, L.P. owns the properties. The Exchange offers 179,376… Read more »

14 Jun 2018

Lincoln Property Company Southeast Wins Management Assignment for Five Shopping Centers Across Georgia and Florida

Lincoln Property Company Southeast has been awarded the management assignment for a portfolio of grocery-anchored shopping centers owned by Jamestown Properties. Lincoln Vice President Shane Froman oversees management of the properties, which is led by Senior Portfolio Manager John Grozine. Shopping centers included in this agreement include: Parkaire Landing Shopping Center in Marietta, Georgia; Doral… Read more »

07 Feb 2018

Lincoln Property Company Southeast Purchases Shops at Towne Lake and Buckhead Crossing

  Lincoln Property Company Southeast, on behalf of a private client, has purchased Shops at Towne Lake and Buckhead Crossing, a dominant Sprouts-anchored shopping center located in Woodstock, Georgia. Lincoln purchased the centers from Harbour Retail Partners on behalf of a private buyer. Chip Sipple of Lincoln handled the acquisition of the properties locally. Lincoln… Read more »

31 Aug 2017

The Latest CRE News from Lincoln Property Company Southeast

Amazon eyes third massive Georgia facility According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Amazon is considering adding a third massive regional project near metro Atlanta in a little more than a year. The online retail giant is seeking up to 750,000 square feet to add a new facility to its expanding logistics network and the project… Read more »

06 Jun 2017

Atlanta retail vacancy rate is lowest in a decade

While the news is filled with reports of struggling national retailers, threats from E-commerce and a shrinking middle class, retail in Atlanta is going strong, according to a report in The Atlanta Business Chronicle. In urban and suburban retail districts including Midtown, Buckhead and the Central Perimeter, vacancy dropped to 7.5 percent at the end… Read more »

23 Feb 2017

CRE Looking for Signals from Oil, Overseas and Retail, Oh My

Forces near and far are raising eyebrows in the commercial real estate industry as we attempt to predict how CRE will fare in 2017. Three of those “forces” have been making headlines recently – foreign investors, oil prices and department stores. Regarding foreign investors, National Real Estate Investor says more hurdles are ahead. Reporter Beth… Read more »

21 Feb 2017

Retailer suffering to continue in 2017

The headlines about U.S. retailers aren’t getting better. As National Real Estate Investor notes, retailers are “fighting battles on multiple fronts . . . and in the years ahead we should expect store closings to continue.” The publication states that “retailers’ coping strategies so far have included closing stores; focusing on smaller-format stores; and using… Read more »

Tips To Keep You Moving At Work.

Do you spend majority of your time in an office space sitting behind a desk and staring at a computer screen? This is something the majority of us are all too familiar with. Maybe you have even heard that “sitting is the next smoking”…but can sitting be that bad for you? The answer to that… Read more »

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