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World’s Largest Toolmaker Picks Texas to Host High-Tech Plant for Iconic Brand

by Candace Carlisle | The world's largest toolmaker, Stanley Black & Decker, has bought land in North Texas to build its first Craftsman manufacturing plant since it bought the division from retailer Sears in 2017, with Lone Star State real estate reflecting a corporate push to rejuvenate a well-known American brand. The company acquired a nearly 40-acre tract in Fort Worth, Texas, to build the high-tech plant that will eventually make tools for mechanics usin

Parkway Plans Downtown Atlanta’s Largest Creative Office

Orlando Investor Looks to Acquire and Renovate 100 Edgewood Building Near Georgia State by Tony Wilbert | An Orlando, Florida, investment firm plans to convert an 18-story tower into the largest creative office building in downtown Atlanta, one that will be geared toward corporations looking to relocate to the market. Thinking about investing in commercial real estate? It can certainly be a lucrative venture. Government Support Parkway Property Investments LLC

Institutional Buyers On The Rise In Nashville

Could Nashville become the next Austin — a hip capital city that punches above its weight in the office-sales arena? Tennessee’s “Music City” is attracting increasing attention from institutional investors. It has a growing population, rising employment and a surging local economy anchored in the healthcare and education sectors. What it hasn’t had historically is an abundance of listings, as long-time local owners have tended to hold on to their properties. Thinking about in

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