Color Key: Complete Planned Under Construction
Five transformative projects, including the creation of a pedestrian gateway stretching from the edge of the hotel corridor to the front steps of the College Football Hall of Fame, will preserve Centennial Olympic Park’s lasting legacy as a national icon.
New cancer center as part of Emory's Winship Cancer Institute, that will include about 64 inpatient beds and 26 observation beds. The tower will also include research space, perioperative services, imaging services, radiation oncology, a clinical laboratory, pharmacy, infusion therapy and outpatient clinic space. In addition, an array of support services will located in the new tower.
Mixed use development consisting of residential units, and office. Development will also include a 45,100-square foot grocery store, 44,800 square feet of retail space, and 44,800 square feet of restaurant space. Project will be completed in one phase, by 2022.
Five story, 35,000 sf project that will connect to both the original building built in 1968 and a first phase addition that was completed in 2010. The Phase II expansion includes: a large tiered lecture room and computer labs on the first floor. Floors two through five include; chemistry labs, biology labs and lab prep space. This structure also provides a new monumental entrance to the Classroom South Building replacing the courtyard.
The Carter development team, including Oakwood Development and Healey Weatherholtz Properties, is developing 35 acres, of the total 72-acre site, into a mixed-use neighborhood that will include corporate offices, multifamily housing, specialty and neighborhood retail, and private student apartments. The first phase of the development will include the redevelopment of the old commercial area along Georgia Avenue.
Redevelopment and re-positioning of entire property; development of the upper levels of the property into a mixed-used complex that includes retail and creative office; apartments and hotel uses will be executed through a co-developer
Scaly Slimy Spectacular: The Amphibian and Reptile Experience will replace the current World of Reptiles and will offer views of never exhibited reptiles and amphibians. A $20 million Woodruff Foundation grant will create "A Grand New View for Zoo Atlanta: Elephants, Events & Expansion,” which will facilitate the transformation of the 1921 Cyclorama building and its surrounding grounds (5 acres).