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Greg M. Dickerson, SIOR
Industrial Specialist
Senior Vice President, Cushman & Wakefield
55 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard NW
Suite 700
Atlanta, GA 30326
United States
Phone: +1.404.682-3452
Cell: +1.404.754-3884
Email: greg.dickerson@cushwake.com
Website: www.cushwake.com
 
Chapter:   SIOR Georgia Chapter
Member Since: 2008
 
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Bio

Seasoned industrial real estate broker / advisor specializing in sales and leasing of industrial buildings including distribution centers, warehouses, and manufacturing plants.

Core business is the representation of occupiers / users of industrial space as well as owners in the metro Atlanta area. In addition, the representation of occupiers / users on multi-city projects in other parts of the country.

Known by clients and peers for attention to detail, quality real estate skills and problem-solving approach to advising and representing the best interest of the client.

Resources include an efficient and accountable team to assist in the delivery of quality service to the local client, as well as multi-city projects in other parts of the country.

Representation of entrepreneurs, small businesses and larger companies.

Education
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
Areas of Practice
  • Tenant Representation
  • Distribution & Logistics
  • Sale/Leasing
  • Landlord
  • Consulting
Transactions
2016

Fritz Kauffman, SIOR, CCIM

Cushman & Wakefield
Indianapolis, IN

Greg Dickerson, SIOR

Cushman & Wakefield
Atlanta, GA

Industrial Lease

4,200 sq. ft.

Lawrenceville, GA - January 1, 2016
2014

Jeff Graham, SIOR

King Industrial Realty / CORFAC Int'l
Jacksonville, FL

Greg Dickerson, SIOR

Cushman & Wakefield
Atlanta, GA

$396,222 Industrial Lease

11,000 sq. ft.

Jeff represented United Refrigeration
Greg represented United Refrigeration

Brunswick, GA - February 21, 2014
2012

David Nixon, SIOR

CBRE
Atlanta, GA

Chad Burd, SIOR

Kiemle & Hagood
Spokane, WA

Greg Dickerson, SIOR

Cushman & Wakefield
Atlanta, GA

$1,150,000 Industrial Sale

GA - December 28, 2012
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