Geyer Morris is a privately held commercial real estate company established in Atlanta, GA. Borne out of a family business that began in Wichita Falls, TX, in 1953 with Fred Stephens and the Stephens Family, the firm comprises a wealth of development knowledge and experience as well as a streamlined investment committee that provides a unique point of difference in Geyer Morris’s ability to be agile and move quickly. The Geyer Morris team and its development partners have invested in over 100 real estate assets and financed and developed over 10 million square feet of commercial real estate across Texas and the Southeastern United States, including hospitality, multi-family, office, retail and mixed-use verticals.
GEYER MORRIS’S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IS ITS STRONG FINANCIAL BACKING AND ITS ‘DEEP BENCH’ THAT ALLOWS THE FIRM TO PURSUE AND EXECUTE ON A MULTITUDE OF COMPLEX LARGE-SCALE OPPORTUNITIES SIMULTANEOUSLY.
Geyer Morris relies on its suite of proprietary site-selection tools as well as an extensive network of broker relationships in target markets to originate and uncover prime real estate acquisition and development opportunities. Geyer Morris is involved in all aspects of the development process from idea origination, site selection, leasing, and design, to engineering, financing, project management, and stabilization of the asset. The firm’s deep technical knowledge and involvement in the design and engineering processes fosters creative problem solving which drives our uniquely efficient and economical designs.
The Geyer Morris leadership team and its development partners have over 100+ years of experience in real estate development and finance and have developed over 10 million square feet of commercial real estate across Texas and the Southeastern United States. The firm is committed to maintaining a family-oriented culture and a “treat-others-as-you-would-want-to-be-treated” attitude with its partners and colleagues. Over the years, Geyer Morris has worked to earn the trust of land-owners, clients, brokers, and lenders, and has established many long-term and long-lasting relationships within the real estate and finance worlds. In addition to the firm’s dedication to maintaining a reputation in the business-place of being “above reproach,” Geyer Morris strives to maintain conservative debt thresholds both at the project level and at the company level with an eye toward long-term stability throughout the life-cycle of a project and in varying macro real estate market conditions.