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6/18/2018
When: June 18, 2018
11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Where: Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel
866 W. Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, Georgia  30308
United States
Contact: Kelly McLendon
404-962-4110


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Online registration for this event is now closed.  You can still walk-up and register for this event on June 18, 2018.

GEDA June 2018 Luncheon

Program

Trends in Industrial, Office and Retail Real Estate

Panelists include: 
Sim DoughtieSim F. Doughtie, SIOR, CCIM, MCR, SLCR

President, Partner & Managing Broker
King Industrial Realty, Inc.

Sim Doughtie is an experienced 30+ year veteran in the Atlanta commercial real estate market. He has been with King Industrial Realty, Inc. for 20+ years where he has served as President of the firm since 2008. Sim is a Life Member of The Million Dollar Club through the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, and in 2003, received The Phoenix Award for ten consecutive years of outstanding sales and leasing achievement.


Sim has worked on many notable assignments over the years. The largest being the Regional Distribution Center for General Mills. This build-to-suit project on 130± acres developed and built by The Rockefeller Development Group consisting of 1,508,765 total square feet was the largest LEED Certified Gold facility ever built in the United States at the time of its completion.
Sim represented McMaster-Carr with their relocation efforts to purchase 112 acres in Douglas County to build a new regional ecommerce fulfillment distribution facility for their online internet sales business totaling 700,000 square feet (expandable to 1,000,000 square feet).


Sim also devised the plan to re-purpose the 90± acres where the twice failed regional mall known as Shannon Mall/Union Station Mall was located. Sim contacted the Mayor Pro Tem of Union City and arranged for the Mall to be re-zoned to TCMU (all commercial uses), and contacted Rooker Properties who put the site under contract, closed, and redeveloped the site with a 987,840 square foot distribution building and multiple buildings for the film industry. For this deal Sim was honored by The Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors with The Alvin B. Cates Award for The Most Outstanding Transaction in 2014.


Sim is a member of SIOR, CCIM, CoreNet Global (MCR & SLCR Designations), CORFAC International (Vice President), Board of Directors of The Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors and the 2018 Million Dollar Club Chairman, Georgia State University Real Estate Honorary Board, Vistage International, and in 2018 he was deemed a Who’s Who in Commercial Real Estate by The Atlanta Business Chronicle.


Sim is an Atlanta native, and a graduate of Georgia State University’s School of Business, where he majored in real estate and management. While attending Georgia State, he served as President of his fraternity, Pi Kapa Alpha. Sim and his wife Tricia are members of Peachtree Presbyterian Church, The Atlanta Track Club and The Concourse Athletic Club.


Ken Ashley
Ken Ashley, CCIM, MCR, SIOR

Executive Director
Cushman & Wakefield

As an advocate and advisor for companies who lease or own real estate, Ken Ashley has worked for over 23 years to help business leadership translate business strategy into real estate solutions that help not only cut cost but boost profits. He believes that real estate can enable high-level business performance and, when properly executed, serve to differentiate smart companies from their competition. Mr. Ashley is the incoming chairman for Cushman & Wakefield’s Tenant Advisory Group, comprised of the company’s highest performing brokers. He is also the chair for the 2018 class of Leadership Atlanta.

Mr. Ashley applies a strategic, yet common-sense approach to delivering results-oriented solutions to clients. This approach allows his Cushman & Wakefield team to develop long-term consultative relationships focused on a high-level real estate strategy rather than simply finding space and negotiating a lease from a limited, one-time perspective. He regularly represents corporations with a host of real estate needs, including headquarters, data centers, contact centers, distribution and manufacturing needs and build-to-suit projects of all types.


Michael Dahmer, MRE, MBA

Senior Director
Lee & Associates

Michael has 20 year experience in Atlanta, focusing on project leasing, tenant representation and land sales. He is a top retail producer at Lee & Associates and has negotiated transactions for many of the most prestigious mixed use projects, power centers, and national brands in Atlanta.

In the past 5 years Michael has negotiated $45 million in commercial leases and project sales. He is currently representing over $100 million in new Atlanta projects, including the proposed International Tower, a $75 million dollar, hospitality and retail high-rise planned near Hard Rock Café in downtown.

Lee & Associates has 53 offices spanning the USA, a broker affiliation with Europe, and we are the flagship office for Georgia.


 The Moderator will be Al Nash, Executive Director of the Development Authority of Fulton County.

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June 2018 Event Pricing

 

Early Registration Regular Registration Late Registration
Dates Until 05/31/2018 06/01/2018- 06/10/2018 06/11/2018-06/18/2018
Member Pricing $40.00 $45.00 $50.00
Non-member Pricing $55.00 $60.00 $65.00

 

Tables (10 seats per table) are available as part of registration as well for $400 per table.  If you purchase a table please provide a list of who will be at your table to Kelly McLendon via email at kmclendon@georgia.org.

CANCELLATION, REFUND and NO-SHOW POLICY

·         A registrant who does not submit a written cancellation, or attend the luncheon, is considered a "No Show.”  No-Shows are not eligible for refunds or credits, and are still liable for outstanding balances.  Those who are ill and have a doctor’s excuse or a death in the family will be excused.

·         Substitutions will be accepted at any time.

·         There will be no refunds or credits for cancellations after the close of business (5 p.m.) on seven days prior the event.

·         All cancellation requests must be received in writing (email or hard copy) and must be received by the stated cancellation deadline.

·         Refund requests must include the name of the attendee.

·         When possible, refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment.

·         For those who have registered and choose the bill me or pay by check option you are still subject to the refund policy.

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