Atlanta’s Tech Scene Growth

Atlanta’s Tech Scene Growth

Despite being the United States’ ninth biggest city, Atlanta has long been out of the top cities for new technology and start-up companies. For many years the ATDC has been the only incubator for ideas, but now David Cumming’s Atlanta Tech Ventures has bought the Private Bank building in Buckhead and is in the process of converting it to Atlanta Tech Village and kickstarting Atlanta’s move to the top ten list of tech start-ups.

Read more about the excitement surrounding Atlanta Tech Village in the USA Today article.

Find out more about the Atlanta Tech Village at http://atlantatechvillage.com.

$600m Avalon Development at Exit 10 on GA400

$600m Avalon Development at Exit 10 on GA400

North American Properties has started construction on a new 86-acre mixture of homes, retail stores and offices off exit 10 on GA400 in Alpharetta.

Only a few miles from North Point Mall the $600 million development will bring over 4,000 new jobs and at least 350 additional homes to the area, as well as a long list of mid- to high-end retailers.

Read the original article on Avalon at Alpharetta-Milton patch. More information, including a list of all the retailers, can be found on the official site at Experience Avalon.

Aside from the obvious positive impact on the surrounding property market and bringing more great businesses to the area, Gwinnett Technical College is constructing a $25m satellite campus to serve 10,000 students adjacent to the Avalon development.