Sean Keenan, Curbed Atlanta
Arguably one of the most influential real estate developers in metro Atlanta, Georgia State University continues to change the landscape of the city from its downtown campus and beyond.
As the school’s physical footprint expands—downtown, in Summerhill, and to its handful of satellite campuses—so does the student body.
In order to accommodate the more than 10,000 students who graduate from GSU each year, the university needs a bigger venue to hold commencements and other major events. (Past graduation ceremonies have been held at places like Georgia Tech’s McCamish Pavilion and the now-demolished Georgia Dome.)
Today, GSU officials unveiled renderings depicting what the school’s new $85 million convocation center could look like.
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