Local Atlanta coffee company is moving their headquarters to the MET in southwest Atlanta. Their 20,000 sf space will include coffee shop, a roastery, a bakery and an outdoor area.
The MET is a 1.1 million square foot historic warehouse space next to the West End Marta station in Atlanta. It is a city unto itself for creators, an instrument for innovation, and a destination for lovers of all things creative.
The MET Atlanta hosted its inaugural Artoberfest—an interactive mural event and local makers market—at the 40 acre, 1.1 M SF complex. 2000+ visitors came out and enjoyed the 50+ vendors, open art studios, live music, and mural painting along a 600 foot outdoor alley. Video produced by Pineapple Cut Pictures.
Congratulations to the At-Promise Youth Center for celebrating their one year anniversary! We are proud to play a small part in a project that’s having such a positive impact on Atlanta’s westside.
Take a walk through Carter's Summerhill project in Atlanta, Georgia. Were making great progress along Georgia Avenue, in the spaces being prepped for future tenants Woods Chapel BBQ, Halfway Crooks Brewing and Blending and Little Tart Bakeshop, among others.
See what's happening on Georgia Avenue with this latest construction video taken in August. New tenants will be arriving soon including: Woods Chapel BBQ, Little Tart Bakery, Hodgepodge Coffee and Halfway Crooks Brewery.
The team behind General Muir, Fred's Meat & Bread, West Egg Cafe and Yalla is gearing up to launch their latest project, Woods Chapel BBQ in the historic Summerhill neighborhood.
We sat down with the founders of Halfway Crooks Brewing and Blending at Porter Beer Bar to talk about their upcoming location in Summerhill, Atlanta.
Krystle Rodriguez, co-founder of Hodgepodge Coffee Shop in East Atlanta, has some exciting news to share -- a second Hodgepodge location is opening in Summerhill, Atlanta’s oldest neighborhood!
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.
Carter President, Scott Taylor, and GSU President, Dr. Mark Becker provide an introduction to the team’s plans for Turner Field.
Watch ESPN's tour of the UL Ragin' Cajun's new Student-Athlete Performance Center - program managed by Carter.
2015 Founders Reception - video produced by Cinema Lovett showcases their campus and several of the projects managed by Carter over the past decade.