The North Georgia United Methodist Conference needed help developing a master plan and development strategy for its Simpsonwood property, which has extensive frontage on the Chattahoochee River and was improved with a conference and retreat center. Working in concert with a land planner, we evaluated various development scenarios, but ultimately concluded that the highest and best use might well be green space. We then assisted the Conference in the disposition of the property to Gwinnett County for a passive park.
Walk Thru the Bible owns a five-acre site improved with a building that is being marketed for sale. We were hired to assess the property’s redevelopment potential to determine whether this was a viable disposition alternative. The senior housing, apartment, and townhome markets were explored.
Willis-Knighton Health System owns several hospitals in Shreveport, Louisiana. The decision was made to enter the senior housing business as a natural extension of Willis-Knighton’s mission and desire to serve the community. We were engaged to explore complementary land use options for a 307-acre tract that was acquired in southeast Shreveport.
The Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) retained Haddow & Company to help find a new safe house location in Gwinnett County. After an extensive search, property was identified that met PADV’s requirements and a successful purchase was consummated.
YWCA Northwest Georgia, Inc. owned a property in Marietta and was considering relocating. Our role was to analyze the property and market in order to determine how to recover the optimal value from the existing asset in the event a decision was made to sell.
The North Georgia United Methodist Conference needed help developing a master plan and development strategy for its Simpsonwood property, which has extensive frontage on the Chattahoochee River and is improved with a conference and retreat center. Working in concert with a land planner, we evaluated various development scenarios.
Early Learning Property Management engaged Haddow & Company to document the physical condition of 10 head start centers in DeKalb and Rockdale Counties. Based on the analysis, the decision was made to vacate these facilities and pursue funding for more appropriate facilities.
Northside Hospital was considering building a Phase II medical office building at its Alpharetta campus. Our charge was to determine whether the market could support a second building, and to assist in planning the facility. Special emphasis was placed on understanding the marketing experience and development economics of the Phase I building. We conducted a detailed survey of medical office buildings, a survey of 1,162 physicians on staff at the hospital, and other research steps to gauge the proposed building’s competitive market position.
The Center for Puppetry Arts was considering two possible relocation options, as well as remaining in its current location on Spring Street in Midtown Atlanta. Our role was to weigh the economic merits of the various scenarios, including the redevelopment potential of the current location.
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