Select Fulton, Fulton County’s Economic Development Organization, has launched an online business survey. As part of a continuous effort to meet local business needs and improve overall satisfaction for our business constituency, Select Fulton has partnered with the A.L. Burruss Institute of Public Service and Research at Kennesaw State University to conduct this survey. The purpose of this survey is to ensure that the County, along with our Municipal partners, …

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New York-based JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) will grant the San Francisco-based non-profit Juma Ventures $200,000 to help employ hundreds of low-income youth in Atlanta at major sports and entertainment venues in the city. The New York-based $2.5 trillion-asset financial services firm reported the funds will help Juma provide underserved youth in Atlanta hands-on experience in customer service, cash transactions, work readiness and personal responsibility. Students receive on-the-job training …

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Alpharetta’s popular Avalon development is about to double in size. The 86-acre mixed-use project on Old Milton Parkway is set to open its second phase on April 13, according to an announcement. It will bring eight new restaurants, 12 retailers, 276 apartments and an office building anchored by Microsoft. The full tenant list is: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Brooks Brothers, Urban Outfitters, Rumi’s Kitchen, Barleygarden Craft Kitchen and Bar, Boogaloos, …

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Film and television production companies that specialize in post-production work would qualify for state tax credits under legislation that cleared the Georgia House of Representatives Friday. The bill, which passed 158-3 and now moves to the state Senate, would provide a 20-percent tax credit for post-production companies that have a Georgia payroll of at least $250,000 and spend at least $500,000 during a taxable year. The credit would increase to …

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Consumer electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. plans to open a large distribution hub in metro Atlanta. The South Korean conglomerate will locate the roughly 550,000-square-foot center in the SouthCreek Industrial Park in Fairburn, according to a source. Metro Atlanta is a national logistics hub, with its central location and rail, road and port access. The region is attracting major projects, including United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS) new $400 …

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Atlanta-based non-emergency medical transportation provider Logisticare has partnered with Lyft Inc. to expand its services in 276 cities. Although medical transportation providers have experimented with pilot programs using rideshare companies, this partnership is the largest ever of its kind, according to Logisticare. LogistiCare works with state Medicaid agencies and managed care agencies that contract with Medicaid to provide recipients without transportation with a ride to their doctor’s appointments. Instead of …

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On the heels of raising $15 million, software firm SalesLoft is announcing plans to add 250 jobs over the next five years and relocate its headquarters to Midtown. SalesLoft will move its HQ from a small mid-rise Buckhead office building beside Atlanta Tech Village, which is slated to be converted into a tech startup hub called TechRise. Its new home will be Regions Plaza, a trophy office tower at 14th …

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The Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta building in Midtown has further cemented itself as a financial hub in Atlanta. Atlanta-based FIG Partners LLC, an investment banking and research firm that specializes in community banks, is relocating its national headquarters to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta building on Peachtree Street in Midtown. Atlanta Business Chronicle reported recently SouthCrest Financial Group Inc., a $550 million-asset bank holding company based …

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Atlanta, January 25, 2017: Global packaging company Sonoco Products Company will invest $20 million to build a new state-of-the-art packaging center in the city of Fairburn in Fulton County, bringing hundreds of jobs. The facility will support battery-packaging for Duracell, and will be co-located in leased space in Fairburn. In total, the facility will bring more than 500 jobs, including 130 full-time and 465 part-time positions.  Select Fulton partnered with …

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From an inauspicious occasion – a cluster of officials and builders in an abandoned parking lot – will emerge a revitalization engine for the city of East Point. The city’s economic development arm on Jan. 11 hosted Savannah-based Woda Group’s ground-breaking ceremony for mixed-use development Mallalieu Pointe. “Some of us have been talking nearly two years to get to this stage,” Woda senior vice president Denis Blackburne said. “A lot …

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Milton, the affluent north Fulton city known for its rural character, is seeking to create a walkable downtown filled with more housing, restaurants and retail. The city’s Planning Commission will consider its “Downtown Milton/Crabapple Placemaking plan Wednesday night. The plan stems from several years of brainstorming how to bring more mixed-use development and walkability to Milton. That included work on a Livable Centers Initiative, or LCI study. The addition of …

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A $400 million transit-oriented development in Buckhead that’s been in limbo for more than two years has momentum again after recently landing a capital partner. Atlanta developer Regent Partners LLC formed a joint venture with Batson-Cook Development Co., a subsidiary of Japan’s Kajima Corp. A $400 million transit-oriented development in Buckhead that’s been in limbo for more than two years has momentum again after recently landing a capital partner. Atlanta …

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Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves is back from a trip to the Dallas suburb of Plano, Texas, energized to push for an expansion of MARTA rail. Eaves was part of a delegation that included nine Fulton mayors, three county commissioners and members of the county’s legislative delegation. During a two-day trip late last week, the group traveled on a light-rail line linking Dallas and Plano. “We learned that transit …

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Sydney, Australia-based software provider Deputy has raised $25 million — capital it will primarily invest in expanding its Atlanta-based Americas headquarters. Deputy, which raised its Series A financing from Boston-based OpenView, employs about 20 in Atlanta — its sales, marketing and customer service hub. The workforce management software maker employs about 100 company-wide. Deputy expects to add about 40 jobs at its Alpharetta office over the next 12 months, said …

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The city of Atlanta, Georgia Tech and 10 of the metro area’s biggest corporations, including Home Depot and Delta Air Lines, announced Thursday they are combining resources to launch a technology incubator and venture fund that they hope cements Atlanta as a tech powerhouse. Engage will launch with $15 million right off the bat and be open to start ups around the country to lure top talent to Atlanta, …

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Plans for a 370,000-square-foot Sandy Springs office project overlooking Georgia 400 may have new momentum. A joint venture between Atlanta’s Childress Klein and MidCity Real Estate Partners recently formed a joint venture on the 3.7-acre property at Barfield Road and Mount Vernon Highway.  The project would be known as NorthPlace. One of the largest real estate firms in the Southeast, Childress Klein has developed the 2.4-million-square-foot Atlanta Galleria office park …

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Metro Atlanta was the nation’s No. 10 city for job gains between November 2015 and November 2016, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Jan. 3. From November 2015 to November 2016, nonfarm employment rose in 48 of the 51 metropolitan areas with a 2010 Census population of 1 million or more, and fell in three areas, the BLS said. Read the full article at the Atlanta Business Chronicle …

Looking for a new job? You may not have to look very far – or hard – based on a new study that lists Atlanta among the top 10 “Best Cities for Job Seekers in 2017.” The NerdWallet study examined federal data on 100 of the country’s largest cities. It names the places where people are not only most likely to find opportunities, but also where they will earn the …

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A Pittsburgh-based supply chain operations and logistics management company has leased a planned 447,606-square-foot warehouse in East Point near Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Armada Warehouse Solutions has signed a long-term lease for the build-to-suit facility at 3707 North Commerce Drive in Duke Realty Corp.’s Camp Creek Business Center, a 400-acre, mixed-use business park south of Atlanta. Duke Realty had been designing its next speculative building on the site. “Camp Creek …

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The Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH) on Dec. 12 approved Piedmont Atlanta Hospital’s request to renovate its main campus and add an adjacent 16-story bed tower. The $603 million project will be the largest health-care project yet in Georgia. “This is an important step in building a better Piedmont Atlanta campus and expanding our ability to deliver the best healthcare in Georgia,” said Matt Gove, Piedmont Atlanta Hospital’s chief …

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Atlanta-based e-commerce marketing software firm Springbot has raised $10 million and plans to add about 70 jobs in the next several months.  To keep up with growth, Springbot has leased 20,000 square feet at Colony Square, a Midtown mixed-use development targeting tech tenants. The Series B investment was led Harbert Growth Partners and included existing investors including TechOperators and TTV Capital. Springbot uses data analytics to help small- and medium-sized …

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Portman Holdings is releasing new images today of Coda, the 770,000-square-foot next phase of Midtown’s Technology Square, one of the country’s rapidly developing innovation districts. The latest images will be unveiled as part of today’s groundbreaking of Coda, a 21-story mixed-use development to rise at Spring and 4th streets.  Portman Holdings is developing the project. The architect is John Portman & Associates. The $375 million development is expected to be …

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Over 350 film industry leaders packed out The Fox Theater Dec. 8 for Atlanta Business Chronicle’s inaugural Business of Entertainment: Focus on Film event. The sold-out event’s focus was the Peach State’s burgeoning film industry, which had an economic impact of $7 billion and a direct spend of $2 billion in fiscal 2015. Georgia is now tied for No. 3 as a filming location worldwide, behind only Los Angeles and …

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Fulton County Chief Operating Officer Todd Long said he expected voters to approve the county’s transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax (TSPLOST) measure, but he was still glad to hear the news on election night Nov. 8. “The whole time, the feedback we were getting from the community was very positive, but we were very happy to see additional revenue come to transportation,” he said. “Anytime you see more money come …

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The Atlanta Hawks have another weapon to add to the arsenal — the club bought the rights to own and operate an NBA D-League team that will play in College Park, Ga., beginning with the 2019-20 season. Additionally, College Park will build a 3,500-seat arena where the new franchise will be the primary tenant. The new arena will be at the Gateway Center, a conglomeration of upscale Marriott hotels and …

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Georgia small businesses saw nearly $1.4 billion in loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2016 — setting a new small business lending record in the state. The SBA Georgia District Office reported the agency guarantied 2,023 loans totaling $1.39 billion — up by 224 loans and $179 million from fiscal 2015. This is the third time in the past five-years lending in Georgia reached or surpassed a billion …

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The new 440-room, four-star hotel at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will be an 11-story InterContinental designed by John Portman & Associates. The project near the airport’s domestic terminal will include 80,000 feet of conference/meeting space and 60,000 square feet of office space. A restaurant is planned in the main lobby and a skybar that overlooks a runway will be constructed on the hotel’s 10th floor. “The first impression of Atlanta …

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UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney recently announced the Sandy Springs-based delivery company will build its third-largest distribution site in the U.S. on a 340-acre parcel owned by Fulton County on Fulton Industrial Boulevard. It is next to Fulton County Airport at Charlie Brown Field. The new, $400 million, 1.2 million-square-foot facility will open by the end of 2018 and will bring an estimated 1,250 jobs to the county, according …

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The adaptive reuse project along Chattahoochee Avenue near the Westside’s top restaurants and entertainment continues the transformation of the area’s low-rise brick industrial buildings into a mix of loft offices and retail. Read article here

Georgia Tech’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) has added Amazon Web Services Inc. to its membership roster. Amazon Web Services will be represented on the CDAIT EAB by Mark Ryland, chief solutions architect, World Wide Public Sector Team for Amazon Web Services. Click here for full article

MARTA is preparing to launch a new generation of audio-visual technology. The transit agency has released two requests for proposals for 320 new electronic signs and 4,500 new speakers at its train stations. Click here for full article

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A united team welcomed Julian Castro, secretary of the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Monday morning when he announced that Atlanta had been awarded a competitive $30 million Choice grant. Castro said he is pleased with all the economic development that has been drawn to Atlanta, but HUD wants to make sure that “progress happens and every neighborhood benefits, that every section of Atlanta can share in that …

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The Morehouse School of Medicine has received a $3 million gift from one of Atlanta’s most beloved couples – Henry “Hank” and Billye Suber Aaron. The gift will be used to expand to expand the Hugh Gloster Medical Education building and create the Billye Suber Aaron Student Pavilion, the School announced on Friday. The gift was presented during the School’s 40th anniversary and 31st fall convocation, white coat and pinning …

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Creative Approach, founded by Cale Hall and Travis Sawyer in October 2004 and later joined by Mark Fountain, started out in a small garden level apartment on Tattnall Street in Savannah, Georgia.  Since then, the company has grown to be a key printing partner for much of the Georgia business community, as well as the SCAD and non-profit communities. By offering high-quality digital prints at a competitive price, Creative Approach …

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With Americans lingering on social networks longer, business has turned to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as the new platforms for advertising. A new Atlanta startup, led by Facebook’s fist creative strategist Chris Gomersall, helps Fortune 500 companies manage their social media marketing. Atomized is a campaign management software designed to help marketers schedule and track their ad campaigns on traditional and digital media platforms. At any given time, a company …

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College Park is just the latest place to get new transit-oriented development around its MARTA station, as ThePad on Harvard, a $35-million mixed-use project near the College Park MARTA Station and Hotel Indigo, gets set for construction. A groundbreaking ceremony was held earlier this month for Phase I of the project, which includes 109 apartment units, with all of the amenities one might expect, including a pool and patio area and a rooftop lounge with …

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Another beautiful spring is winding down and summer is upon us, making our brief winter but a distant memory, which probably helps explain why, for the fifth year in a row, Atlanta is ranked No. 1 on Penske Truck Rental’s Top Moving Destinations List. The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and the State of Georgia do a fantastic job enticing companies to relocate here, but surely one of our biggest …

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Gov. Nathan Deal announced today during an economic development mission to Brazil that Stefanini, a leading global information technology (IT) service provider based in São Paulo, Brazil, will create 400 jobs by the end of 2016 through an expansion of its office in Midtown. Stefanini has maintained a presence in Georgia for 10 years and has grown its employee base to be one of the largest employers in the area …

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Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Who’s Who in Technology 2015, features 100 people leading the metro area’s growing technology industry. Statewide, the technology sector employed 272,408 workers in 2014, up more than 10 percent and by more than 25,000 net new jobs, according to the Technology Association of Georgia’s 2015 report on the state of the industry, based on a survey of more than 300 technology executives. Georgia’s total technology payroll reached …

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A newly launched plan to boost metro Atlanta’s export output will reach outside the city limits and prioritize engagement with minority-owned businesses, leaders said at the unveiling of the Atlanta Metro Export Plan Wednesday.    JPMorgan Chase & Co. committed $300,000 to the initiative, an effort among city and regional leaders that includes the launch of the Atlanta Export Portal, which local resources to help small and medium-sized companies expand overseas sales.   The …

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The Coca-Cola Co. was once again named the most powerful brand by Tenet Partners. Three Atlanta-based companies landed on the New York-based marketing and advertising company’s eighth annual list: The Coca-Cola Co. held onto No. 1 once again, while United Parcel Service Inc. (NYSE: UPS) dropped 12 spots to No. 34 and The Home Depot Inc. (NYSE: HD) fell one spot to No. 51. According to the report, BrandPower is …

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MARTA announced Tuesday that it will make properties adjacent to two of its rail stations available to developers interested in building pedestrian-friendly villages. The first is a 6.2-acre parcel at Arts Center Station in Midtown. That’s a “more complicated site,” explained Amanda Rhein, who directs the MARTA Transit-Oriented Development program, because it would involve construction on an area that is currently part bus/intermodal stop, part station, part parking space and …

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Fulton County Schools announces the first annual ‘FCS Mobile Appathon,’ on Saturday, May 9, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m at Ridgeview Charter School – 5340 S Trimble Road, Atlanta, Georgia 30342. The purpose of the FCS Mobile Appathon is to develop and recognize talented students while providing students with an outlet for creative energy. The FCS Mobile Appathon is also an opportunity for students to demonstrate their technology related skills and …

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Fulton County Schools announces the first annual ‘FCS Mobile Appathon,’ on Saturday, May 9, 2015.  Students will create mobile apps based on challenges to be announced at least 3 week prior to the event.  The competition is open to Fulton County School students in grades 3-12 as individuals or teams of two.  Volunteers are needed to serve as team mentors, judges and advisors.  Sponsorships are  available.  FCS welcomes your …

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The Airport Community Job Fair on March 30 will feature more than 30 of the airport community’s top employers offering more than 500 jobs. The event is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Georgia International Convention Center, 2000 Convention Center Concourse, College Park, Ga. 30337. Available positions include: Aircraft Cleaning Assistant Baggage Handler Barista Bartender Beauty Advisor Cashier Brand Associate CDL Driver – “P” Endorsement Compliance Staff Cosmetologist Cook/Prep-Cook Culinary Worker …

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Porsche Cars North America, Inc. will on May 7 host the official opening of its 28-acre U.S. headquarters in Atlanta. The $100 million facility is at One Porsche Drive near the northeast corner of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The new headquarters is expected to house 400 employees — 100 of which will be new to Georgia. Porsche Cars North America is the exclusive U.S. importer of Porsche sports cars. The facility …

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Established in 1999, the Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project (WEOP) has been providing low and middle class women with access to programs and services that help develop their talents and skills sets as entrepreneurs. WEOP recently published the first edition of its annual magazine, From a Women’s Perspective or FAWP.   FAWP  is targeted towards women entrepreneurs from both the corporate and private sectors worldwide. Articles featured in the magazine touch a …

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Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project, also known as WEOP, is an Atlanta based organization whose mission is to promote the economic advancement of women through technology, education and training.  On the 19th of March, WEOP is hosting a Women’s History Month Event at GA Power’s Arkwright Auditorium. Registration is $25 and the event is slated to start at 9 a.m.. Attendees will  have the opportunity to attend panel sessions that will address economic opportunities, …

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WorldPay US CEO Tony Catalfano is expected to make an “economic development announcement” Tuesday morning with Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and other state leaders. That announcement will be about WorldPay’s plans to open an innovation center at the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) in Midtown Atlanta, according to a source. Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported theinnovation center plans on Feb. 10. WorldPay will underwrite an ATDC program aimed at building …

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IBM Corp. and AMB Sports & Entertainment Group (AMBSE) formed a strategic partnership to develop technologies that allow for an engaging fan experience at the new Atlanta stadium. The Atlanta-based subsidiary of AMB Group LLC that is comprised of the Atlanta Falcons Football Club LLC, The Atlanta New Stadium Project, and the future Atlanta Major League Soccer team said IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) Smarter Stadium Network will provide a wifi infrastructure …

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Pindrop Security recently raised more than $30 million in venture capital as it gears up for global expansion, Atlanta Business Chronicle has learned. The Atlanta startup, backed by Citi Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz, has developed phone fraud-busting technology to address a multi-billion dollar problem. Nearly 30 percent of all identity thefts in the U.S. start with a phone call. Pindrop plans to add about 100 jobs, according to a source. …

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Spirit Airlines, the ultra-low cost carrier known for charging for carry-on bags and checked bags, is expanding in Atlanta with nine new routes. Miramar, Fla.-based Spirit announced Tuesday it will add daily nonstop flights from Atlanta to nine cities this year, more than doubling the number of routes it operates from Hartsfield-Jackson International airport. Spirit will launch service to Cleveland, Las Vegas and Orlando starting May 7, to Baltimore, Philadelphia …

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An edgy British brand is set to open its first Atlanta store this spring. London-based fashion retailer Topshop and its companion men’s label, Topman, plans a March 12 opening for its new 15,600-square-foot store at Buckhead’s Lenox Square mall. Both brands will feature key collections, accessories and footwear, said a spokeswoman in an email. “The store will also house the brand’s complimentary personal shopping service offering customers style advice on the …

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Atlanta’s own Epsten Group, a design firm leading the way in sustainable design and building practices, has been awarded the prestigious LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) v4 Beta Platinum certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance for their office building, The Edge.   This award recognizes excellence in environmentally-friendly and sustainable building practices and The Edge is one of the first projects in the world to achieve such a …

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RIB Software AG will relocate its North American headquarters to a proposed 700,000-square-foot mixed-use tower in Midtown’s Technology Square. Stuttgart, Germany-based RIB develops project management software for the construction industry, including project conception, planning, and budgeting. RIB employs about 700 and trades on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. RIB has signed a Letter of Intent to enter into a research partnership with Georgia Tech and to co-occupy the university’s planned High …

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Twitter is taking flight in Atlanta, with expansion plans that include new offices in a high-profile technology hub.The San Francisco-based social networking company (NYSE: TWTR) will lease about 8,000 square foot at Ponce City Market in Old Fourth Ward. The $200 million ambitious mixed-use redevelopment that has attracted tech-brands MailChimp, athenahealth, Cardlytics and HowStuffWorks. Google is said to be scouting Ponce City Market for a new office. See full story …

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A business incubator for women entrepreneurs is coming to the top floor of downtown Atlanta’s historic Flatiron building. Mayor Kasim Reed plans to announce details surrounding the launch of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative (or WEI as it’s being called) at a Tuesday press conference. At the same event, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE:GS) is expected to award $3 million through its 10,000 Small Businesses program to Georgia-based nonprofit group Access …

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Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. will open a nearly 5,000-square-foot innovation and development center at Tech Square. Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Enterprises (NYSE: CCE) is The Coca-Cola Co.’s (NYSE: KO) marketer and distributor in Western Europe and one of the largest independent bottler globally. The company declined comment. CCE will locate the innovation center in the Centergy building, a 650,000 square foot development home to several corporate innovation hubs, startups, venture capital firms and …

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Fiber is Google’s Internet service that has a “connection that’s up to 100 times faster than today’s basic broadband speeds,” according to Google. The service will next come to Atlanta, Nashville and two North Carolina cities: Raleigh-Durham and Charlotte. That’s a grand total of 18 communities, Google announced on its Fiber blog. Right now, the service — which was introduced in 2012 — is only available in Kansas City, Mo., …

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Georgia’s burgeoning entertainment industry didn’t get this way overnight, or by making a few Hollywood types happy.  It has taken years to assemble an impressive infrastructure of studios and related businesses, train enough crew workers, and get civic leaders to roll out the red carpet for producers seeking a Georgia backdrop. The film industry is generating more than $4b in economic impact since 2013.  Generous tax breaks have made Georgia …

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution plans to move its newsroom and other office operations to a new location in Sandy Springs on the campus of its parent company, Cox Enterprises. In a memo to staff on Monday, AJC Publisher Amy Glennon said that the newspaper, including its newsroom and advertising operations, will move to 6325 Peachtree Dunwoody Road in Sandy Springs, about a mile from the newspaper’s current location in Dunwoody. The …

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is seeking to build an upscale hotel and mixed-use project on what’s now an economy parking lot on the western edge of the airport grounds.  Read more

One of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods in the late 19th century before falling into disrepair in the 1960s, the Old Fourth Ward is also where Martin Luther King, Jr., grew up (you can visit his boyhood home) and honed his preaching style, delivering sermons at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Read more

It looks like a normal hotel, but beneath the brick facade, the new Homewood Suites in East Point near the Atlanta airport represents opportunity, both for local workers and the international investors who made it possible. Read More…

Mercedes-Benz, the storied German automaker, confirmed on Tuesday weeks of speculation that the company will move its U.S. division headquarters to metro Atlanta. Read More…

The Airport West Community Improvement District is looking to one of its sister organizations for new leadership.   Read More…

Atlanta is forming a committee of top business executives to study how Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport can hold onto its title of being the world’s busiest airport. The Atlanta airport is at risk of losing that title to Beijing Capital International Airport. “This is the one that keeps me up nights, being the world’s busiest passenger airport,” Hartsfield-Jackson General Manager Miguel Southwell said Thursday while speaking to the Sandy Springs Perimeter …

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NCR Corp.’s decision to bail from buttoned-down Duluth, Ga., to entrepreneurial Midtown Atlanta underscores a culture shift in the 130-year-old company. It is also a nod to the Fortune 500 fintech’s pivot from hardware to software and services. NCR (NYSE: NCR) will relocate to Technology Square, a destination for innovation-driven enterprises lured by the talent and research emerging from engineering hub Georgia Tech. In 2009, NCR relocated its headquarters from …

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  The Top Five Awards of Excellence recognize economic development organizations that have shown exceptional progress in the area of development. The locations were chosen because of the support system offered to businesses, as well as recent activity and potential growth that can be created in each area. Strategic locations, pro-business climates, investments made in improving infrastructure and the availability of buildings and sites were among the top deciding factors …

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The aborigine, apparently uninjured, climbed quickly into the skiff, and seizing the spear with me helped to hold off the infuriated creature. Blood from the wounded reptile was now crimsoning the waters about us and soon from the weakening struggles it became evident that I had inflicted a death wound upon it. Presently its efforts to reach us ceased entirely, and with a few convulsive movements it turned upon …

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The aborigine, apparently uninjured, climbed quickly into the skiff, and seizing the spear with me helped to hold off the infuriated creature. Blood from the wounded reptile was now crimsoning the waters about us and soon from the weakening struggles it became evident that I had inflicted a death wound upon it. Presently its efforts to reach us ceased entirely, and with a few convulsive movements it turned upon …

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The aborigine, apparently uninjured, climbed quickly into the skiff, and seizing the spear with me helped to hold off the infuriated creature. Blood from the wounded reptile was now crimsoning the waters about us and soon from the weakening struggles it became evident that I had inflicted a death wound upon it. Presently its efforts to reach us ceased entirely, and with a few convulsive movements it turned upon …

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The aborigine, apparently uninjured, climbed quickly into the skiff, and seizing the spear with me helped to hold off the infuriated creature. Blood from the wounded reptile was now crimsoning the waters about us and soon from the weakening struggles it became evident that I had inflicted a death wound upon it. Presently its efforts to reach us ceased entirely, and with a few convulsive movements it turned upon …

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