Color Key: Complete Planned Under Construction
Create 6,600 square feet of affordable retail and office space for non-profit and social impact users. The properties are owned by Community of Hospitality (COH), an intentional, faith-based organization committed to the service of others by traditionally serving the homeless and now, via this project, cultivating socially-oriented small businesses and nonprofits to further their missions.
Complete renovation of a vacant 8,091 square feet building constructed in 1941. When complete, it will contain 6,243 square feet of office space and 1,848 square feet of flexible community-focused space. The primary focus of the project is to support community-oriented non-profits and the surrounding neighborhood with affordable quality space.
The new GSU Convocation Center will provide indoor space for a variety of large gatherings, including commencements and indoor concerts. It will also be the new home of Panthers basketball. The building will accommodate as many as 7,300 people for basketball games, 7,500 for graduation events and 8,000 for concerts The new facility will also include classroom and academic support space as well as the ability to accommodate large conferences and esports tournaments.
The building will be renovated into approximately 16,000 square feet of multi-use space. Once completed, the basement and first floor will be leased and operated by the National Park Service as an educational and interpretive exhibit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s office, while the second floor and Hilliard Street storefronts will be operated by local businesses. The current owner will continue to maintain a portion of the second floor and all of the third floor for organizational activities.
The Carter development team 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.
Thrive Sweet Auburn is a mixed-use development by Project Community Connections, Inc. (PCCI) in partnership with Mercy Housing Southeast (MHSE). Located at 302 Decatur St., SE in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward community, the estimated completion date is Spring 2021. Features include: A mix of permanent supportive housing and affordable units for households earning between 30% and 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI). Amenities will include on site support services for residents and community members as well as office, commercial, training and amenity space