Aquisitions/Dispositions

Aquisitions/Dispositions

Atlantic Commercial Group specializes in finding on and off-market deals that suit the acquisition and disposition needs of our clients. ACG goes the extra mile to understand our clients’ requirements in detail and connect them with the opportunities that best fit their individual needs. From the process of buying to selling investment property, ACG offers full-service, comprehensive solutions that enable the investor to successfully acquire and/or dispose of commercial properties. We represent commercial real estate investors nationwide, providing solutions in strategic planning and advisory, acquisition and disposition of properties, and transaction management. Due to ACG’s unique platform and our wide breadth of services, our team of experts can provide resources that other firms cannot access directly, bringing more value to you. In today’s global real estate investment market, clients require expert representation backed by deep knowledge of local property markets. As part of our comprehensive strategy, Atlantic’s sales professionals combine local, national and international market expertise with world-class research. From market evaluation and property positioning, ACG can assist you in developing marketing and sales strategies to help you realize the maximum potential of your assets. Atlantic’s clients include financial institutions , private investors, family offices and publicly traded REIT’s.  We have continued to assist numerous organizations build upon their existing portfolio through strategic acquisitions as well as assist in the disposition of assets after careful market analysis.

Recent News

South Florida investor wants to sell Coral Way retail center for $24M

Company tied to Arnold Wax paid $21M for the block in 2015. A South Florida investor is looking to sell a CVS and Office Depot-anchored shopping center along Coral Way in Miami.

Developers Propose Pompano Casino to Include Industrial Space

Mall owners Simon, Brookfield set to rescue JC Penney from bankruptcy in $800 million deal

The deal would avoid a total liquidation and save about 70,000 jobs and 650 stores, Joshua Sussberg of the law firm Kirkland & Ellis said Wednesday afternoon during a court hearing.