“Times are truly changing when listings start bragging about proximity to Pullman Yard, a long-languishing, postindustrial property set for mixed-use rebirth.

That’s the case on Arizona Avenue, where the groundwork is being laid on a small, reformed parking lot for a seven-townhome cluster described as “sophisticated and thoughtfully designed,” with exteriors “timeless yet metropolitan,” per marketers.”


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“More than a year ago, a grand idea to knit the fabric of Midtown and downtown back together emerged in the form of “The Stitch.”

Now, Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) is working to move the project forward, with a study underway to delve deeper into its massive potential.

At a panel discussion last night, hosted by the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, experts spoke on the feasibility, economic implications, and potential impact of the ambitious undertaking.”

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Rezoning applications for the largest remaining undeveloped tract of land on the Beltline’s Eastside Trail could be filed by the end of the year, following the sale of the former Georgia Power marshaling yard to a developer.

Read more at https://atlanta.curbed.com/2017/10/25/16540458/old-georgia-power-site-eastside-trail-sold-new-city

It’s unclear if state officials will include the idea in their response to Amazon’s RFP. State economic development teams may pitch nearly 10 sites around metro Atlanta.

Read more at https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2017/10/19/sweeping-westside-proposal-pitched-for-amazons-hq2.html

The retail heart of downtown’s Peachtree Center is getting a big makeover.

Developer Banyan Street Capital on Monday announced the three-story retail center and outdoor courtyard will be renovated and transformed with new shops, restaurants and entertainment.

The goal is to bring the 1960s-era development into the 21st century, Banyan said.

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“Seasoned developers will tell you Atlanta has been known for decades as something of an anomaly in the business world, in that top executives are often friendly competitors—if not actual friends—who collaborate on larger issues.

Now, it sounds like two of the city’s most powerful business captains could work collaboratively to see one of Atlanta’s urban low-points—The Gulch—take flight.”

Read more at Curbed Atlanta