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Tampa, Orlando, Miami — and elsewhere in the Southeast — have seen somewhat of a boom in multifamily development, with tens of thousands of apartment units constructed in the past few years... read more
Georgia State and its partners came a step closer to purchasing Turner Field Thursday. The group negotiating on behalf of its owners, the City of Atlanta and Fulton County Recreation Authority, passed a resolution authorizing the sale of Turner Field... read more
Atlanta-based companies Carter and Selig Enterprises Inc. have closed on the purchase of 3.7 acres for the development of a commercial portion of City Springs, a master planned development in Sandy Springs... read more
City Springs' residences will feature 275 apartments and 19 townhomes with high-end finishes and amenities... read more
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On August 18, 2016, Mayor Kasim Reed announces the sale of Turner Field to Georgia State University, Carter and Oakwood Development.
The Carter team enjoyed participating in Atlanta Streets Alive where final recommendations and plans were presented by the Turner Field LCI team.
Take a look at opening remarks from the NINE15 ground breaking ceremony in Tampa, Florida. When completed, NINE15 will be a 23-story, 362 unit apartment tower.