As Atlanta plows ahead with post-recession construction projects, many have wondered aloud that we may be creating another bubble.
Through the boom, residential development has been at the forefront, with apartments the product of choice for many developers. Recently, developer Pollack Shores killed a project slated to bring 325 units to Buckhead Village – an area already awash in apartments. Time will tell if that's a bellwether of things to come or an isolated incident.
To better understand the economics of the boom, and see if we could get to the bottom of whether the market has topped out, we spoke with KC Conway, senior vice president for SunTrust Commercial Real Estate for this week’s segment of Field Note Fridays.
Source: Publication: Curbed Atlanta