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  • The Atlantic condos are selling, and what that means for the market
    For the first time since it was briefly converted to an apartment tower five years ago in the wake of the condo collapse, The Atlantic now has more owners than renters. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • ​North American breaks ground on $80 million Beltline project
    North American Properties, the developer behind Alpharetta’s Avalon, this week broke ground on an $80 million project along the Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail. Called “Edge,” the mixed-use project will include 350 residential units and 29,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and loft office space. Thirty percent of the units will ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • $62 million film ‘Mothership’ proposed south of Atlanta (SLIDESHOW)
    Former Belgian Olympian Carl Bouckaert's land in Chattahoochee Hills was once the site of TomorrowWorld. But now that the festival is cancelled indefinitely, a portion of his land could be converted into a massive $62 million film studio. CineDome Studios Inc. has proposed to put an 100-acre film studio on ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Georgia farms thriving despite a difficult spring (SLIDESHOW)
    A late March freeze devastated much of Georgia's peach and blueberry crops, but farmers are surviving by diversifying their offerings and branching into agritourism to boost their bottom line. Atlanta Business Chronicle toured Jaemor Farms in Alta, Ga., and Southern Bell Farm in McDonough, Ga., to see how their farmers ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Inman Park, O4W condos compete with Buckhead, Midtown towers (SLIDESHOW)
    ​While Atlanta’s luxury condo market in Buckhead and Midtown continues to be hot, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward and areas near the completed portions of the Beltline are picking up steam. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • 100-acre film complex eyed south of Atlanta
    A company formed by a trio of Hollywood veterans is proposing an up to $62 million film studio south of Atlanta, near the site of the former music festival TomorrowWorld. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Plans filed for new Dunwoody hotel/retail project
    New images have emerged of a proposed mixed-use project next to Perimeter Mall that would include a hotel and retail space. An affiliate of Buckhead-based Branch Properties LLC recently submitted plans for the mixed-use project. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • The cruel business of accountability
    A few days ago the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald tragically collided with a large Philippine container ship just south of the entrance to Tokyo Bay. Seven American sailors were killed and several injured, including the captain, Commander Bryce Benson, who had been in command for only a short time. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • BitPay moving headquarters to Alpharetta
    BitPay, a once high-flying startup backed by billionaire Sir Richard Branson, will relocate from Buckhead to a 224,000-square-foot office tower in Alpharetta’s Avalon mixed-use development in September. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Gellerstedt takes larger role
    Lawrence Gellerstedt IV, a rising star at Cushman & Wakefield whose work has bridged a disconnect between tech startups and office landlords, will lead the firm’s Atlanta office tenant representation practice. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Friendship Force launches 40th anniversary campaign
    Atlanta-based Friendship Force International is celebrating its 40th anniversary by launching a $1 million fundraising campaign. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • ARC starting work on regional competitiveness strategy
    The Atlanta Regional Commission is taking the next step in a five-year-old effort aimed at improving the metro region’s economic competitiveness. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • City hopes to grow businesses in shipping containers
    The city of Atlanta soon will try out a creative concept for housing small businesses that’s working in other large cities. The city is creating a complex to house small businesses inside repurposed shipping containers. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • EXCLUSIVE LOOK: TechRise — Atlanta’s latest tech company hub (SLIDESHOW)
    TechRise will address a pain-point for tech startups that can’t afford, or don’t want, long-term office leases. Tenants would sign 12-month-to-24-month leases in the 100,000 square-foot building, paying $45-to-$65 per-square foot annually. Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported on the redevelopment in December. ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-23
  • Garth Brooks set to be first concert at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta
    Country music superstar Garth Brooks will perform in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium Oct. 12. The first non-sporting event at the 71,000-seat stadium will also feature Trisha Yearwood. Brooks has been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) as the No. 1 selling solo artist of all time with ... read more
    Source: Atlanta Georgia Business NewsPublished on 2017-06-22

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