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Independent reports have sprung up throughout the metro area, all citing the need for more hotels. Developers have shown they don’t need to be told twice. Several new applications have been filed … more
The City of Tucker is looking at a project that will transform an industrial site into an incredibly charming, 88-acre community. This is a huge development that would sit a couple miles from I-285 … more
The housing market started the year with its foot firmly on the gas, fueled by strong economic data, a booming stock market and a new president intent on passing initiatives aimed to increase jobs … more
If you’ve read my columns over the last couple of years, you know that one of the reasons our homebuilders can’t build houses fast enough for the demand is because of a shortage of skilled … more
I’m working from Lansing, Michigan, this week, the capital, next to the home of Sparty and host of the 2017 Odyssey of the Mind World Championships where my son’s team is competing. For being a … more
A friend of mine asked me to go with him to see national recording artist Ben Folds in downtown Sugar Hill. Did I miss something? Last time I was in downtown Sugar Hill there was a large cemetery and … more
In case you missed it, MARTA is officially in the real estate development business. And last Wednesday, it hosted the groundbreaking for its latest project called Trackside, a four-story … more
I have been driving around a lot lately, looking at many of the newer communities in my northern suburbs. And I have one question: is everyone turning 55 next year? Driving down Ga. 92 from … more
I read two contrasting articles last week that told me this about our retail market. While goods like shoes, clothes and electronics are moving farther away, our food and beer are moving closer … more
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