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EVIVA Peachtree in Midtown: Here’s the scoop on what to expect
NOVEMBER 11, 2016 | CURBED ATLANTA
While the proposal for EVIVA Peachtree has been floating around for years, a veil of mystery has surrounded details of what the stylish tower will actually be.
With construction slated to start soon at Peachtree and 6th streets on the Midtown Mile, the collective interest of Atlanta skyline watchers has been piqued — because they’re starved for architectural integrity
Sweet Auburn parking lot to become student and multi-family housing
NOVEMBER 8, 2016 | THE SIGNAL
At the heart of the city and with a pulsating expansion rate, Georgia State is looking for more buildings to house its students.
Earlier this month, the Integral Group LLC announced the potential development of the Sweet Auburn parking lot soon becoming a premier location for on-campus housing.
New 18-story apartment building in Denver's Golden Triangle 'tops out'
NOVEMBER 2, 2016 | DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL
A new 18-story apartment building in Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood is moving closer to completion.
A "topping out" ceremony was held recently at the 274-unit Eviva Cherokee Apartments at 1250 Cherokee St. in Denver, adjacent to the city's museum district.
Village of Rowlett goes vertical: Significant progress made on 2 of project’s buildings
OCTOBER 27, 2016 | ROWLETT LAKESHORE TIMES
Construction on the Village of Rowlett has gone vertical.
It’s likely a welcomed sight for residents and city officials: Construction on the project was set to begin last October, but an environmental issue regarding a protected tree line forced a redesign that pushed back the timeline.
Growing pool of local talent key to keeping Hollywood in the South
OCTOBER 21, 2016 | MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL
As Georgia’s film and TV industry continues to grow, those working in the field are looking for ways to make it sustainable, partly through growing and training local talent.
Fiscal year 2016 was the state’s biggest year yet, seeing 245 film and TV projects filmed which generated $7 billion in economic activity, according to Craig Dominey, program manager for the film office of the Georgia Department of Economic Development.