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INVESTMENT SALES

While Ciropic represents buyers and sellers for various property types, as a core differentiator, Ciropic locates properties and devise strategies around best use case scenarios and presents the concept to developers and investors.

ACQUISITION & DEVELOPMENT

Ciropic represents buyers and sellers and may manage the project on the client’s behalf, but sometimes acquires and or develops properties for its own account.

LEASING REPRESENTATION

Ciropic represents owners and landlords with leasing their space to tenants, as well as represents tenants with locating new space that satisfies their space and business needs.

CONSULTING SERVICES

Ciropic provides project or hourly based consulting fees for project management, accounting, marketing, information technology and tax planning services.

WHO WE ARE

Ciropic is a real estate acquisition and development, leasing and brokerage, and investment sales company, headquartered in Georgia, focusing on commercial office, mixed-use developments, and retail projects. Our Senior Management team has more than 50 years of combined experience.

OUR CORE STRENGTHS

We work with owners and investors to bring their vision to the market, helping them identify property sites, based on their concepts, property and business needs.  We also recognize market place voids and needed product/service solutions, conceptualize deliverable solutions, and present concepts to business owners and investors for their own development.

We begin with marketing research and analytics, to understand the market and the position, pricing, and promotion strategy of the subject property, to determine if value can be added and how efficiently and effectively it might be done.

We team with strategic partners and/or we connect our clients with them as needed to get the job done.  We recognize what we do very well, and we connect and collaborate with other professionals on a case-by-case basis or an on-going basis, to bring skills sets, funding, and other resources to complement our team.

Our team members have a plethora of banking, underwriting, deal structuring, accounting, tax planning, financial analysis, and packing experience.  Our team members have syndicated partnership deals, prepared and pitched investment decks, raised money through private placements, and so much more.

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Recent News

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August 21, 2019 / By WebSiteAdmin

The highly anticipated connection between the Beltline’s popular Eastside and Westside trails is showing more signs of promise by the day, as project officials unveil new details about a 4.5-mile section that could link Atlanta’s…

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This Cohousing startup wants to help the working class

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Announcement of $60 million in new funding

May 3, 2019 / By WebSiteAdmin

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Affordable housing goals meet market realities in proposed Atlanta developments

October 12, 2018 / By WebSiteAdmin

For starters, the monthly rent is to jump by nearly 50 percent at one proposed apartment complex that’s to replace a planned teardown of duplexes located north of Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery. This is just one…

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