Congratulations to Gold Star Roofing
Commercial Property Consultants represented Gold Star Roofing in their lease at 53 Perimeter East Office Park in the Atlanta Perimeter Center submarket. Gold Star leased 2,850 square feet for their southeastern headquarters. Alexis Easterling, with JLL, represented ownership of the building in the transaction.
As Gold Star’s advisor CPC role involved numerous aspects of the transaction some of which included:
- Provided a market study for Saviynt’s leadership to evaluate lease options within Atlanta’s North Central market
- Advised on the lease structure and economic terms of the lease and
- Support Gold Star in the various aspects and coordination of their physical move into the space
About Commercial Property Consultants
Commercial Property Consultants is a boutique commercial real estate firm specializing in working with privately owned businesses throughout the Southeast. CPC helps clients evaluate their occupancy needs as well as helping their clients evaluate whether they should own or lease their physical locations.
Daniel Levison has a commercial real estate career spanning more than four decades. Having hands-on experience in running a twenty-agent full-service brokerage operation, creating multiple technology startups focused on commercial real estate, and acting as a principal in purchasing and repositioning over $50M of commercial real estate assets, gives Mr. Levison a unique perspective for his clients, investors, and partners.
Through his membership and national committee participation with NAR (National Association Realtors), NAIOP (National Association of Industrial & Office & Industrial Park Owners), SIOR (Society of Industrial & Office Realtors), and CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Managers) Mr. Levison has become a thought leader in the commercial real estate industry
Additionally, through a strategic partnership with Oaklyn Consulting CPC can also provide consulting on complex, small, or opportunistic transactions for owners of operating companies looking to exit or grow their business who typically aren’t served by traditional investment banking firms.