Business & Real Estate Report
This is Midtown's monthly digest for business and real estate news and up-to-date resources such as maps, demographics, market data, capital improvement updates, financial incentives, and zoning and development information.
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October DRC Recap: New Student Housing Debuts, Next Phases for Iconic Colony Square, Atlanta City Council Forum, + more
Drone Tour of Midtown, Retail Study RFP - Deadline Fast Approaching, Midtown Employers Named Best Place to Work, + more
DRC Recap: SCAD updates student housing experience, Midtown commercial buildings part of best-in-class sustainability program ABBC, and more
July DRC Recap: New Portman Project Brings Buzz to South Midtown; Highlights from Bisnow's Midtown + Downtown Event; Cool Spots to Cowork, and more
Hospitality rising: hotel development updates, the buzz around Midtown's tech hub, in the news, and more...
Going Vertical: A Visual Construction Tour; The Fed's Sustainability Play; Georgia Proton Therapy Center Update, and Midtown in the News
April DRC: Hampton hotel project revisited; commute planning resources + discounted transit passes for workplaces; and Midtown in the news
March Development Update, Public Improvement Projects Moving Forward, and Midtown in the News
New reports & resources, more Midtown jobs, 2017 Annual Meeting recap, and Midtown in the news
Colony Square reimagined, Selig's $400M mixed-use tower and Interface's sustainable HQ hit DRC; save the date for 2017 Annual Meeting
Dec. DRC Recap: Selig's mixed-use tower reveal; Coda breaks ground; join us for Annual Meeting
Midtown development surges forward, good news for Bank of America Plaza, and more Midtown highlights
Two projects move through October DRC, Honeywell picks Midtown spot, GT makes big moves
Major Midtown projects get the green light, Honeywell, NCR bring more jobs to Midtown
Development continues to rise around Tech Square, Midtown's Arts Center Station slated for air rights development
Three more mixed-use towers for Midtown, more tech jobs on the way, Midtown in the news