Clark Gore has resigned as Managing Principal of Cassidy Turley in Atlanta effective January 24, a Cassidy Turley spokesperson confirmed via email on Monday.
“On an interim basis, Cassidy Turley Regional Managing Principal Doug Brandon will lead the Atlanta office while we search for Clark’s replacement,” the spokesperson said. “We appreciate Clark’s two years of service and wish him the best. Cassidy Turley remains committed to the Atlanta market and growing our platform and presence here.”
Chris White‘s resignation was effective January 24 as well.
In November 2011, the company announced that Gore, one of the most-respected leaders in Atlanta commercial real estate, would join the company as Regional Managing Principal of its Atlanta office. Gore joined Cassidy Turley from Jones Lang LaSalle, where he served as Atlanta Market Director, providing overall leadership for all aspects of JLL’s regional platform.
As managing principal at Cassidy Turley, Gore was hired to serve as the effective Atlanta market CEO overseeing all operations. His main charge was to build and grow the Cassidy Turley brand in the Atlanta market and recruit top talent for all aspects of the office.
Cassidy Turley announced in August 2012 that Chris White was named Senior Managing Director and Principal of the firm’s Atlanta office. In this capacity, he was responsible for managing key initiatives and clients for the tenant representation group. The company said White would also play a pivotal role in the firm’s Southeast corporate services practice.
White joined Cassidy Turley from Cushman & Wakefield, where he served as a Senior Director of the company’s Transaction Services division, specializing in optimizing corporations’ local, national, and international real estate platforms. He had been the firm’s top office producer for three of the previous five years.