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ATLANTA, GA. —  ITRA Global, an organization dedicated to representing corporate tenants and occupiers in their real estate matters, is pleased to announce new member firm, Springboard Corporate Real Estate Solutions, representing ITRA Global l Austin-Portfolio Solutions.  The company is headed by Bill Aldridge, Founder and CEO.

ITRA Global to hold conference in beautiful Toronto, Canada, October 23 – 24, 2020. October is an ideal time to travel to Toronto with Autumn being truly one of Canada’s most beautiful natural attractions.   

During October 18 – 19, 2019, corporate real estate advisors from around the world gathered in Washington, D.C. for their semi-annual ITRA Global corporate real estate conference.  The conference focused on best practices in corporate real estate, the changing needs of corporate real estate executives and corporate clients, and collaboration opportunities. 

ITRA Global recently announced their new 2020 Board of Directors.  In gratitude for their willingness to serve, the organization is proud to provide an overview of the 2020 Board of Directors and their dedication and commitment to ITRA Global.    

In an awards ceremony at the ITRA Global conference in Washington D.C., Mark Twentyman of ITRA Global l New Jersey was presented with the ITRA Global Exemplary Service Award for his enduring commitment to the organization’s Board of Directors and Global Locations committee.

ITRA Global has experience in 300+ markets around the world. Here are some of the recent transactions completed by our members.

They are all commercial real estate landlords. If you don’t learn anything about them before you lease space, you might be making a leasing mistake.

ITRA Global will host a corporate real estate conference in Washington, DC October 18-19, 2019 at the Renaissance Hotel in the heart of the city.  

The Atlanta region continues to grow in almost all sectors.  Mixed use developments that suffered through the real estate recession in the late 2000’s are now the new standard for large scale developments.  Neighborhoods both in town as well as in the suburbs are currently flourishing. 

Across many North American cities, suburban office markets have been a good value and opportunity for corporate space users as landlords grappled with higher vacancy rates.  But those vacancy rates have decreased in many cities due to the general economic growth over the past couple of years.