In 2012, Atlanta-based Perennial Properties takes ownership and management of The Telephone Factory Lofts, ushering in a new age of renovations and growth for the property.
Currently undergoing further development, Johnstown Properties renamed the Ponce City Market, as a mixed-use development of retail, office, condos and apartments. Phase One opened in 2014 and the area continues to thrive today.
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is developed to create the Atlanta BeltLine, a 22-mile transportation/ recreation corridor that encircles Atlanta’s downtown. ABI establishes plans for a number of parks as part of the project, including the 17.5 acre Historic Fourth Ward Park. Now the BeltLine has become an Atlanta icon, bringing the city a stronger sense of community […]
From 1996 through 2011, loft units were offered as living and work space to artists, writers and designers at inexpensive prices under the affordable homes financing program. A tight-knit bohemian community formed and paved way for Atlanta establishments such as Sister Louisa’s.
After purchasing The Sears Roebuck building, the City of Atlanta renames and repurposes the building to what most Atlantans know as City Hall East.
Western Electric manufactured and repaired telephones and switchboard systems owned by the Bell System and rented out to customers. The company was also instrumental in technological breakthroughs that brought sound to motion pictures and mobile communications that enabled the creation of the cell phone.