ATLANTA -- The final touches are being put on the Center for Civil and Human Rights this week in preparation for its grand opening June 23. The 42,000 square foot facility houses four primary exhibitions. Each is engaging, but designed to connect the American Civil Rights Movement to today's Human Rights Movements around the world. [...]
A wide majority of our work since our founding has been for private clients. However, our interest in public private partnerships (P3) has always kept us close to P3 projects. It is with pleasure that we announce that LDG Consulting has been certified by the City of Atlanta as both a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) [...]
Central Atlanta Progress has released a 16-page Corridor Development and Investment Guide for the Atlanta Streetcar that will begin operations late summer 2014. A summary provided by Central Atlanta Progress: The Atlanta Streetcar project is about more than improving transportation mobility and access. With over 80 acres of land and many buildings and structures within [...]
Central Atlanta Progress has released updated data in it's Downtown Counts report. Categories include: People & Places - Revised With 9,300 people per square mile, Downtown is Atlanta's densest urban sub-market. Office Market - Revised Downtown Atlanta is home to the largest inventory of office space of all urban markets. Retail & Spending - Revised [...]
Twitter / LDGConsulting: Is Vine City on this track? .... Bronzeville rowhouses (Flickr user Laurie Chipps via Creative Commons) "How Black Gentrifiers Have Affected the Perception of Chicago's Changing Neighborhoods" - an article in The Atlantic Cities We found this article interesting given what’s going on in the Vine City and English [...]
See Rich McKay talk about new Falcons stadium. Interesting insights @BloombergTV | Sportfolio The Atlanta Falcons are moving ahead with plans to build a $1 billion multi-purpose stadium to replace the Georgia Dome. Team President Rich McKay explains why the team is determined to build the facility with predominantly private funding. (Source: Bloomberg) Falcons Field of Dreams: [...]
Here's an article that my friends that are Atlanta boosters will like. Some interesting stats provided by Ben Hautt of Stream Realty in an Atlanta Business Chronicle opinion.