Colony Square seeking flagship retail, market, restaurants and cinema

Colony Square seeking flagship retail, market, restaurants and cinema

Flagship retail, an upscale food market, chef-driven restaurants and boutique movie theater are just some of the retail mix that North American Properties is seeking to bring to a revamped Colony Square by 2018. NAP’s managing partner Mark Toro said during a Let’s Talk Midtown session on Sept. 27, held in the atrium of Colony […]

Oakland Cemetery’s Sunday in the Park festival is Oct. 2

Oakland Cemetery’s Sunday in the Park festival is Oct. 2

Historic Oakland Foundation (HOF) will celebrate its 40th birthday during Sunday in the Park, Oakland Cemetery’s annual Victorian fall festival, on Oct. 2. The event will feature a retrospective of milestone restoration projects completed throughout the cemetery since HOF was established in 1976, shortly after being added to the National Register of Historic Places. Sunday […]

News Briefs: Shooting victim identified; North Decatur Square project; mortgage help

News Briefs: Shooting victim identified; North Decatur Square project; mortgage help

The woman shot while riding in vehicle near Piedmont Park on Monday morning has been identified as Buckhead resident and business executive Diane McIver, the wife of labor and employment attorney C.L. “Tex” McIver. According to the AJC, a handgun was discharged inside the car striking McIver. She later died during surgery at Emory University Hospital […]

Chick-fil-A, Coca-Cola and city pledge $7 million for Westside job training

Chick-fil-A, Coca-Cola and city pledge $7 million for Westside job training

The Chick-fil-A Foundation, The Coca-Cola Foundation and the City of Atlanta will pledge more than $7 million to the nonprofit City of Refuge to expand job training programs and foster economic development on Atlanta’s Westside. According to a media statement, City of Refuge will use the funds to construct and operate an innovative jobs hub […]

News Briefs: Opportunity School District lawsuit; bills on the ballot; chicken fight

News Briefs: Opportunity School District lawsuit; bills on the ballot; chicken fight

A class action lawsuit alleging that the language on the Nov. 8 ballot for the Opportunity School District violates the Georgia Constitution has been filed in Fulton County Superior Court. The lawsuit – filed by Atlanta parent Kimberly Brooks, Rev. Timothy McDonald and school teacher Melissa Ladd – charges that the school takeover amendment language “is misleading, […]

BeltLine, MARTA officials talk upcoming sales tax vote at briefing

BeltLine, MARTA officials talk upcoming sales tax vote at briefing

The Atlanta BeltLine held a quarterly briefing at Park Tavern in Midtown on Monday night, giving attendees an update on various projects and information on the two referendums that would increase the city’s sales tax to fund MARTA expansion and city transportation infrastructure. Both referendums will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot. In July, the […]

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