Morgan Reynolds

Morgan Reynolds

Associate

License # 375974

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About

Professional Summary

Morgan is an Associate with Colliers International Office Services Group, specializing in tenant representation. She joins a team of four partners with a combined total of 100+ years of industry experience. Building upon the strength of her intense work ethic as a former student-athlete, Morgan takes a holistic approach to delivering real estate solutions that align with her clients’ business objectives. She draws on her team’s experience, world class research of Colliers International, and market expertise to deliver winning outcomes for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to growth stage startups.

Education

Morgan began her carreer at Colliers International in 2019 after finishing graduate school at The University of Georgia. She previously worked in residential real estate as a Listing Agent with Mark Spain Real Estate. She recieved 2017 Rookie Agent of the Year and closed close to 40 homes during her time at Mark Spain. 

Memberships & Involvements

University of Georgia Gymnastics Legacy Club, Board Chair
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Member of North Point Community Church
 

Services

Service Lines
Tenant Representation
Property Types
Office

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My Team

Featured Research
Jan 31, 2020
Atlanta's Midtown finishes 2019 with the second highest amount of space absorbed in the Atlanta market
After leading the market for three consecutive years, Midtown finished 2019 with the second highest amount of space absorbed in the Atlanta market, behind only North Fulton.
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Jan 31, 2020
Downtown Atlanta's occupancy gains streak comes to an end in Q4
Downtown ended a streak of nine consecutive quarters of occupancy gains, losing nearly 40,000 square feet in Q4 due mostly to Georgia-Pacific's contraction at 133 Peachtree Street. On the year, however, Downtown performed well, absorbing 147,000 square feet of space.
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Central Perimeter's rough year continues through Q4
Central perimeter had a rough year, posting an occupancy loss of 488,000 square feet in 2019; the worst performing submarket in Atlanta. The negative results were the result of contractions, consolidations, relocations, and companies closing offices.
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