For most of our clients, media relations is an important piece of an integrated PR program. Coverage in well-respected media outlets has credibility. Plus, many outlets have large and relevant audiences. We’ve built relationships with local, regional and national journalists, which helps us effectively pitch stories about our clients.
Below are a few notable media mentions our team has secured for clients recently.
- Wilbert client Blaze Capital Partners recently sold three apartment properties in the Southeast to Goldman Sahs, signaling the continued appetite investors have in the sector. Read more on CoStar.
- Bolster Real Estate Partners was recently featured in Urbanize Atlanta sharing its new renderings for its $35 million mixed-use community in South Fulton.
- Learn more on how Atlanta-based startup Grubbly Farms is tackling the environmental impacts of pet ownership one grub at a time via Hypepotamus.
- With nearly 2,300 homes across 17 sites in the Southeast, Quinn Residences CEO Richard Ross has quadrupled the company’s equity in the expanding build-to-rent sector. Learn more about Ross in his Bisnow Weekend Interview feature.
- Exotic cars took over Atlantic Station on May 31 as Gumball 3000, an annual car rally, made its way through Atlanta. Read more at CBS46.
- Learn more about the sustainable concrete MDH Partners CEO Jeff Smalls hopes to use in future industrial projects via the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
- Jonathan Rodbell, cofounder and partner at Atlanta Property Group, recently published a piece in Urban Land on adapting a 1980s office building into a climate conscious workplace. Read more here.
- Robinson Weeks Partners President and CEO David Welch authored a piece for Commercial Property Executive on why speculative development can address supply challenges to meet tenant demand.
- Wilbert client, Fenton, marks its official grand opening with a weekend-long extravaganza. Learn more about the mixed-use development’s opening weekend in The News & Observer.
- One of Atlanta’s largest malls is headed toward redevelopment. According to Chain Store Age, Trademark Property Company plans to transform North Point Mall into “a vibrant mixed-use community bursting with energy and people.”