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EBRPHA details HUD grant plans

A $29.5 million grant awarded to Baton Rouge by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be divided four ways, with $19.8 million going toward hosusing, $4 million to neighborhood work, $4 million to supportive services and $1.7 million to demolition, according to an announcement from the East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority.



GREATER BATON ROUGE BUSINESS REPORT
OCTOBER 2019

Q&A with The Integral Group's Egbert Perry, 2019 Most Admired CEO

The Atlanta Business Chronicle just named our list of Atlanta’s Most Admired CEOs of 2019. They are scheduled to be honored on Aug. 22 at an awards event at The Fairmont. Here’s a Q&A with one of the honorees, Egbert Perry of The Integral Group.

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
AUGUST 2019


Seeking a common vision – an Atlanta region for all

 The Atlanta Regional Housing Forum held a panel discussion on the topic of equity and housing affordability on June 5 with Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; developer Egbert Perry; and Lisa Gordon, president and CEO of Atlanta Habitat for Humanity.

"For anyone to have a shot in life, you have to have access to education, a decent living environment and access to employment," Perry said. "If you can address those three, income inequality isn’t the problem it is today."

SAPORTA REPORT
JUNE 2019


Columbia marks opening of new senior housing, thanks to remarkable public-private partnership

Columbia officially marked the opening of the city’s newest senior housing building on Friday, created through a remarkable partnership between local government, private developers and federal investment.

 Veranda at North Main, a 58-unit senior apartment building for people 55 and older, was built by Atlanta-based The Integral Group in partnership with the Columbia Empowerment Zone, Inc. and PNC Bank. The project received $838,000 in low income housing tax credits from the South Carolina State Housing and Finance Authority.

COLUMBIA REGIONAL BUSINESS REPORT
JUNE 2019


Gov. Kemp touts new mini-city development, rides self-driving shuttle

DeKalb County’s top leaders joined Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday to herald the grand opening of the new headquarters for the nation’s largest mattress company.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MAY 2019


‘City within a city’ rises on site of shuttered GM plant

A mini-city slated for the site of a shuttered General Motors plant — one of metro Atlanta’s largest redevelopment efforts — is finally coming into full view.

The mixed-used project known as Assembly will soon welcome its first company to occupy space on the 165-acre campus.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MARCH 2019


Integral, Wanxiang sell high-rise apartment building in Denver for $110.5M

A partnership between Atlanta-based The Integral Group and Chicago-based Wanxiang America Real Estate Group has sold EVIVA on Cherokee, a high-rise apartment building located at 1250 Cherokee St. in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood. The partnership developed the 18-story property in 2017.


REAL ESTATE BUSINESS ONLINE
FEBRUARY 2019

A policy context for addressing the U.S. affordable housing crisis

Since the end of the Great Recession, few matters seem to garner greater bipartisan consensus than the fact that we are in the midst of a national affordable housing crisis. Calling it an affordable housing crisis, however, does not fully define the problem. Certainly, if thousands of new affordable housing units were suddenly developed on the least desirable and inaccessible land in any city in an effort to eliminate the deficit in affordable housing units, thoughtful individuals would not think we have resolved the crisis.

URBANLAND MAGAZINE
JANUARY 2019


In the eye of the housing storm: An interview with Atlanta developer Egbert Perry 

Egbert Perry, one of Atlanta’s better-known chief executives, runs the development firm Integral Group that is redeveloping the old GM plant site in Doraville. For the past 10 years, he had a bird’s eye view of the broader economy as a board member and later as chairman of home mortgage giant Fannie Mae.


ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION
JANUARY 2019


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EVIVA on Cherokee
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Georgia Tech Mentor Jackets 2016 Mentor of the Year - Eric Pinckney


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