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  • Delta seeks new nonstop flights between JFK and Rio
    Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) is seeking permission to launch seven new weekly nonstop flights between John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Rio de Janeiro. Delta says in a Thursday filing with the U.S. Department of Transportation that it plans to commence daily service on December ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Midtown Atlanta’s Opus Place tower now eyeing October launch
    Penthouse condos are asking an astounding $12M So far, construction activity at the site of proposed mega-project Opus Place has been relegated to the temporary sales office, but developers have hopes of launching the real thing in about six months. According to a WSB-TV report this week, Opus ... read more
    Source: Atlanta CurbedPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Inman Park Edwardian gem seeks $1.5M at cusp of Little Five Points
    Fanciful four-bedroom dates to 1905 The historic statement houses of Inman Park don’t get much grander than this. Priced at $1.45 million, this Edwardian four-bedroom from 1905 is meticulously renovated and highly detailed, with one baroque room and fanciful nook after the next—enough to give devout minimalists hives. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta CurbedPublished on 2017-03-23
  • SMALL BIZ STRATEGIES: Why smart entrepreneurs make bad decisions
    Dorcas Cheng-Tozun, writing for Inc. magazine, says she has heard stories like this: An entrepreneur's business is bleeding money. Despite clear indicators that the company won't make it, he continues to pour time and funding into it. He uses his retirement fund, his kids' college savings, and even re-mortgages the ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Woodruff Arts Center tax exemption gains final passage in General Assembly
    Legislation giving the Woodruff Arts Center a tax break to help finance renovation of the Alliance Theatre has passed the General Assembly. The Georgia House of Representatives agreed Wednesday to the state Senate's version of a bill that originated in the House, sending the measure to Gov. Nathan Deal's desk. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • In West Midtown, new community called ‘Westside Station’ has risen
    More than 160 homes on Marietta Road start in low $400Ks On the site of a former 28-acre truck yard, a West Midtown mini-town has risen that’s billed as an alternative to bonkers new home prices in other parts of intown Atlanta. Offering more than 160 new residences ... read more
    Source: Atlanta CurbedPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Spaceport Camden bill gains final passage in General Assembly
    The General Assembly has given final passage to legislation aimed at providing the legal framework to foster the expansion of the commercial space industry in Georgia. The state House of Representatives gave final passage to the bill on Wednesday, sending it to Gov. Nathan Deal for his signature. The legislation ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Between Buckhead, Midtown arches rise on Peachtree Street bridge
    Structures are part of bridge revamp to create Atlanta gateway In the latest effort to liven up metro Atlanta bridges from Norcross, to downtown, and Kennesaw, towering white arches—nearly 30 feet tall—are being erected on the Peachtree Street bridge over Interstate 85. Connecting Midtown to Buckhead, the bridge has been ... read more
    Source: Atlanta CurbedPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Wild Heaven Beer to open second brewery, taproom on Beltline (SLIDESHOW)
    Wild Heaven Beer will join fellow local craft brewer Monday Night Brewing on the Atlanta Beltline’s Westside Trail. In 2018, Wild Heaven will open its second brewery and taproom location at the Lee + White development. The freestanding building, including more than 21,000 square feet of space with room for ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Citi Trends CEO resigns
    Citi Trends Inc. CEO Jason Mazzola has resigned to “pursue another opportunity.” Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer Bruce Smith will become acting CEO as the Savannah, Ga.-based urban fashion retailer searches for a permanent replacement. Smith has been the CFO of Citi Trends since April 2007 and COO ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Atlanta among the fastest-growing metros in America
    Eleven major metropolitan areas, led by the Texas duo of Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, are growing at a pace of more than 1,000 persons per week, based on population estimates issued this morning by the U.S. Census Bureau. The federal agency released July 2016 estimates for 382 metros and 3,142 ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Big changes coming to Coca-Cola’s C-Suite
    The Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) will make several changes to its C-Suite on May 1, when President and Chief Operating Officer James Quincey becomes CEO. The Atlanta-based beverage giant’s Mexico unit President Francisco Crespo will become its first chief growth officer. A 28-year company veteran, Crespo will lead the company’s ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Designer Lookbook: Ryan White’s Los Feliz Modern Makeover
    The mission was simple: Transform a run-down 1930s Los Feliz, CA craftsman into a modern-day dream home fit for a young family. Los Angeles interior designer Ryan White was up for the challenge, especially because he agreed with developers Jamie Davis and Jonathan Nash of W One Properties that the house should ... read more
    Source: Home Improvement NewsPublished on 2017-03-23
  • Affordable old Piedmont Ave. apartments to fall for high-end rentals
    Oak Knoll in Morningside/Lenox Park will be replaced by nearly 100 apartments Affordable apartments in desirable intown Atlanta neighborhoods are becoming a scarce commodity. And plans for the demolition of Oak Knoll on Piedmont Avenue in Morningside/Lenox Park—to make way for high-end rentals—is going to exacerbate the affordability squeeze a ... read more
    Source: Atlanta CurbedPublished on 2017-03-23
  • ​Georgia post-production entertainment tax credit clears Senate
    The Georgia Entertainment Industry Post-production Investment Act passed the Senate late March 22. The bill, HB 199, passed 46-4. It cleared the Georgia House of Representatives Feb. 24 with a 158-3 vote. Georgia's current film tax credit already covers post-production for film and television projects that spend at least $500,000 ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-03-23

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