|Bid||36.40 x N/A|
|Ask||37.00 x N/A|
|Day's Range||36.40 - 36.40|
|52 Week Range||29.40 - 37.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||76.96|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.05 (2.89%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Atlanta-based commercial real estate developer Cousins Properties Inc. said Monday that Larry Gellerstedt, its executive chairman, will retire from the company's board at its next annual shareholders meeting in April 2020. Gellerstedt will be succeeded by Robert "Bob" Chapman, who has been named non-executive chairman effective following the shareholders meeting. Chapman joined the Cousins board in 2015.
Cousins Properties (NYSE: CUZ) announced today that Larry Gellerstedt and Taylor Glover have decided to not stand for re-election at the company's next annual shareholders meeting in April 2020. The company also announced its Board of Directors has elected Robert "Bob" Chapman as Non-Executive Chairman effective following the company's annual shareholders meeting in April 2020. Both changes are part of the company's planned leadership transition process.
The Georgia chapter of the National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP) has awarded the organization’s 2019 Office Deal of the Year.
The owners of Fellini's Pizza and La Fonda Latina appear to have closed the barbecue restaurant that helped a wave of development at a four-corner intersection in East Lake.
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As companies battle to attract the best talent, executives are giving employees unprecedented influence in real estate decisions. Today, corporate real estate directors don’t get to beat up on landlords for a great deal like they once did. “We are in an eternal war for talent and it’s driving decisions in all the markets,” Chris Dean, a senior vice president with Stream Realty, recently told an audience that included many top owners of Atlanta office properties.
The market for office space seems as economically bifurcated as America itself, but the split isn’t only between big, coastal cities and rural areas.
Emory Healthcare is injecting new energy into the revitalization of Atlanta's Northlake Mall. Emory will move into the project's former Sears building, bringing over 1,600 employees onto the mall's campus. The Atlanta health-care giant will also occupy an additional portion of the 1-million square foot retail center.
A medical software company is moving into the distinctively pinstriped Buckhead tower owned by Cousins Properties.
The trend to “build-to-suit” versus leasing existing space has become more common as a robust economy has limited the number of desirable options.
The market has been volatile in the last few months as the Federal Reserve continued its rate cuts and uncertainty looms over trade negotiations with China. Small cap stocks have been hit hard as a result, as the Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) has underperformed the larger S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by more than 10 percentage […]
About 470 people from 56 different communities in 49 cities from around the country are expected to attend the three-day conference.
On the evening of Oct. 10, the Council for Quality Growth honored Cousins Properties Inc. (NYSE: CUZ) Executive Chairman Larry Gellerstedt III with its 30th Anniversary Four Pillar Tribute at the Georgia World Congress Center.
The two-tower project will bring 850 jobs to Atlanta and maintain 2,2025 jobs already in the city. Officials have said it will complete in third-quarter 2021.
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