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The Marietta Daily Journal - County leaders discuss redevelopment growth at forum
Marietta Daily Journal | August 21, 2015

Community leaders, government officials and developers gathered Thursday morning to discuss the growth of the county at a redevelopment forum at the Riverside EpiCenter.

Topics included incentives offered to developers, Marietta's efforts to revitalize the Franklin Road corridor, connectivity and development as a result of trail systems, and the anticipated impact of the new Atlanta Braves stadium.

The forum's keynote speaker was Jeff Fuqua, principal at Fuqua Development, who discussed his company's role in developing the retail component of the $452 million mixed-use development the Braves are building adjacent to the new SunTrust Park in Cumberland.

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PTC Council Approves Town Center Building Elevation Plans
The Patch | July 24, 2015

The Peachtree Corners mayor and city council voted to approve the Town Center building elevations at its regular meeting this week, giving the go-ahead for Fuqua Development to move forward with the city's signature project.

With the council's 6-0 vote, (Councilmember Lowe was absent), Jeff Fuqua and his team will now move forward with the construction of the mixed-use development on the 20.6 acre tract of undeveloped land located on Peachtree Parkway across from The Forum.

"We are excited to have the plans finalized and look forward to celebrating the city's fifth anniversary with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the new Town Center,' said Mayor Mike Mason.

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BISNOW | July 24, 2015

Braves' SunTrust Park is finally giving the Cumberland/Galleria area something iconic. And that's why Comcast is moving there.

"The idea that Cumberland, which as much as we love it, has missed a soul. It doesn't have its Ponce City Market, or its White Provisions, or its Streets of Buckhead. Well, it does now," says Pope & Land's Mason Zimmerman, one of our panelists involved in the SunTrust Park development during our Future of Cumberland event this week at Galleria 400. Mason-who's spearheading the office portion of SunTrust Park's mixed-use center surrounding the Braves stadium-says it's that sense of being part of an icon that attracted Comcast to anchor the office. "You're now seeing the ripple effect of that."

Mason was among an all-star lineup of those tied in with the new Braves project, including Atlanta Braves EVP Mike Plant, DLA Piper's Brian Fielding (our moderator), Pollack Shores' Michael Blair and Fuqua Development's Jeff Fuqua.

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Peachtree Corners OKs development on green
Gwinnett Daily Post | July 22, 2015

The city celebrated its three-year anniversary during Tuesday's regularly scheduled city council meeting, but Mayor Mike Mason started looking into the future in hopes that the city's town green and its development would be ready to go for the five-year anniversary.

Tuesday's meeting got that started as the city council approved plans from Fuqua Acquisitions II, LLC, to build the mixed-use development which will house restaurants, retail space, office space, a movie theater and town homes.

Previous discussions on the property centered around the type of restaurants that would be in the development, as well as the amount of parking that would be needed.

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Decatur Crossing: New Traffic Light on Scott Boulevard and the Partial Closure of Blackmon Drive
Decatur Metro | July 8, 2015

A new post on the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association website sums up the recent approval of Decatur Crossing Phase II rezoning request by the DeKalb Commission and points out a few, very notable nuances in the agreement - which includes 27 conditions negotiated by the Cross-Neighborhood Committee.

Among the most noteworthy changes coming, Fuqua will add a new traffic light on Scott Boulevard at Blackmon Drive, as shown in the map above. Fuqua will also extend Blackmon Drive as the "the main road" through the development.

In response to concerns about cut-through traffic on the existing stretch of Blackmon Drive, a condition passed that Blackmon Drive would be partially closed to traffic with no entrance from Scott Boulevard and only a right turn allowed off of Blackmon onto Scott. See the map below for detail, courtesy of MANA.

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Demolition finally begins for North Decatur/Scott site
Atlanta Journal Constitution | June 26, 2015

After months delay, demolition's begun on the Scott Boulevard Baptist Church, future site for Fuqua Development's mixed-use project. Razing the church and the nine homes behind it on Barton Way should take about 60 days according to Fuqua Principal Jeff Fuqua. Also, DeKalb County's board of commissioners approved Phase two on Tuesday, which Fuqua calls the project's "last major hurdle."

He added that foundation work and grading for phase one should begin by late September with construction expected to last "18 to 20 months." When both phases are ultimately completed the development will include 700 apartments and 20 ground-floor retailers including a natural-foods grocery (as yet unnamed), restaurants and offices.

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DeKalb approves Fuqua's Decatur Crossing rezoning | June 24, 2015

The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners approved rezoning requests Tuesday for Phase II of the Decatur Crossing development, according to the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association (MANA).

Last month, Fuqua had presented its plans to the Board of Commissioners, but a vote on it was deferred until this week's meeting. A previous MANA post explained, "MANA representatives spoke to support a deferral, as the Cross-Neighborhoods Committee continues to negotiate with Fuqua for improvements to pedestrian safety and access and alternatives that will help modulate cut-through traffic through our neighborhoods."

But it appeared a compromise had been agreed upon. An update on MANA Wednesday said:

On Tuesday, June 23, the Board of Commissioners approved Fuqua's rezoning request for Phase II. MANA and the Cross-Neighborhoods Committee were able to come to terms to support the project. We will post more information, including the agreed-upon conditions and private agreement soon. Demolition of the former Scott Boulevard Baptist Church began yesterday.

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Fuqua's Buckhead Kroger Will Break Ground Soon
Buckhead Patch | June 19, 2015

Bulldozers will soon be hard at work knocking down an abandoned apartment complex in south Buckhead to make way for a new mixed-use development that will feature a Kroger as the anchor tenant.

Fuqua Development's ambitious Lindbergh Park project is set to begin work now that the company has closed on the purchase of the 13.5 acre plot near Piedmont Road and Lindbergh Drive, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The property sits on a block surrounded by Piedmont Road and Morogoso and Lindbergh drives.

The development will feature an 82,000 sq. ft. Kroger, 190 age-restricted apartments, and another 128 residential units, the Chronicle says.

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Fuqua Development about to break ground on Buckhead Kroger
Atlanta Business Chronicle | June 18, 2015

A new Buckhead Kroger surrounded by apartments, townhomes and single-family housing is close to breaking ground.

Atlanta-based real estate company Fuqua Development just closed on the purchase of 13.5 acres in south Buckhead near Piedmont Road and Lindbergh Drive, where Kroger plans to build an 82,000-square-foot store.

Greystar Development will also add 190 age-restricted apartments on the site, and David Weekley Homes will build 128 residential units, including luxury townhomes and single-family detached houses. The project will be called Lindbergh Park.

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New $150 million Kennesaw development advances
Marietta Daily Journal | June 18, 2015

A $150 million mixed-use development at the intersection of Cobb and Barrett parkways is moving forward as the developer has obtained funding for the project and purchased the 52 acres the project will be built on.

Atlanta-based Fuqua Development plans to build a shopping center to be called Kennesaw Marketplace with about 300,000 square feet of retail space. It would be anchored by Whole Foods and Academy Sports, with 180 age-restricted senior living units at the intersection, currently home to the Castle Lake Mobile Home Park.

Garvis Sams, attorney with Sams, Larkin, Huff and Balli who represents Fuqua on the project, said the developer closed on the 52-acre property about two weeks ago and began the process of relocating the residents of Castle Lake.

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