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- Porsche pays $38.9 Million for Headquarters Site
- November 2011- DRI Approval
The Atlanta Regional Commission has completed the regional review of the Development of Regional Impact for Thompson Park.
- Slideshow: Porsche releases pics of new Atlanta HQ
Porsche Cars North America Inc. released two new renderings of its planned new $100 million headquarters at Aerotropolis, a 130-acre mixed-use development near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
- May 2011 - GDOT Grants New Access Points for Parkway South
In the early part of 2010, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) initiated the South Fulton Parkway Access Management Study to enhance the access, operations and safety of South Fulton Parkway.
- Porsche North America HQ to leave Sandy Springs for ex-Ford plant
In a rare loss for the northern suburbs, Porsche is expected to move its North American headquarters and what could be hundreds of jobs from Sandy Springs to the old Ford plant site near Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport.
- Atlanta Mixed-Use Development Approved as Foreign Trade Zone Adding to Job Tax Credit Incentive
The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced the approval of a Georgia Foreign-Trade Zone in the 2,500 acre master planned development Parkway South. Parkway South is part of a nine-mile mixed use corridor along South Fulton Parkway in Union City, GA beginning only 6.5 miles from the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
- Kraft to expand at south side's Airport Center
Kraft Foods Inc., the nation's largest food company, will occupy a nearly 1 million-square-foot warehouse and distribution center in Union City....
- Wamar to expand, add 300 jobs in Georgia
Wamar International Inc. plans to grow its Georgia operations, creating 100 jobs over the next three years and 300 jobs over the next 10 years, Gov. Sonny Perdue announced from the Dubai Airshow on Monday...
- Governor Announces Dendreon Corporation
Signs Lease for Biotech Manufacturing Facility in Union City
Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue announced today that Dendreon
Corporation, a Seattle-based biotechnology company, will locate a new $70 million manufacturing
facility in Union City..
- A Southern Opportunity
A Southside development launched by longtime Atlanta real estate developer Charlies Brown's company could get a boost from a newly created tax credity zone meant to spur economic activity across the area.
- NEWELL RUBBERMAID -
Industrial Winner in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best in Atlanta Real Estate
Newell Rubbermaid Inc.’s decision to consolidate its distribution centers into regional warehouses proved to be a winner for the metro Atlanta industrial market.
- Georgia Department of Community Affairs Approves Union City Opportunity Zone
The City of Union City is pleased to announce the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) approval of designating a portion of its city as an Opportunity Zone.
- Best in Atlanta Real Estate Award - Land Finalist
CRB Realty unveils major plans for Union City
In partnership with Ornstein-Schuler Capital partners, LLC, CRB Realty Associates, Inc. has developed a master plan for 2,500 acres along South Fulton Parkway , west of the Atlanta airport for homes, offices, stores and warehouses.
The $2 billion development could become a job center that serves the population growth the area has experienced during the past decade.
Parkway South would span the nine-mile stretch of South Fulton Parkway between Stonewall Tell Road and Cascade Palmetto Highway, with the center of the stretch at Highway 92, where retail development is already underway.
Given its potential impact, this deal was chosen as Best in Real Estate Awards Finalist in the Land Category.
- South side sees potential
In the 2000 census, the city of Fairburn had a population of 5,500. Today, it has nearly 14,000 residents.
- Jacoby proposes rail line for former Ford plant site
Jacoby Development Inc. presented a proposal to state transit board members Jan. 14 that could bring commuter rail and a new train station to the developer’s Hapeville site.
- Low prices prop up South Fulton housing
Agreeable pricing and convenient location are helping single-family home communities in south Fulton County hold their own in Atlanta's laboring real estate market.
- South side burgeons with new developments
While other submarkets stitch together development projects in this treacherous economy, the south side of Atlanta is laying whole fabric with major development and redevelopment deals.
- South side ‘aerotropolis’ starts with office building
Grove Street Partners LLC recently broke ground on its first office building at Gateway Center, the nearly 29-acre mixed-use project in College Park.
- 2,500-acre development planned west of airport
Longtime Atlanta real estate developer Charlie Brown's company plans to develop 2,500 acres along South Fulton Parkway west of the Atlanta airport for homes, offices, stores and warehouses.
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