It’s Budget Season: Time to Think About Technology
Jul31

It’s Budget Season: Time to Think About Technology

By Laura Prewett, Director of Business Development at Genea It’s that time of year again – time to buckle down and figure out your budgets for 2019. It’s common to put blinders on during budget season and focus on your existing operating expenses. As a result, technology has previously been left out in the cold, but more and more teams are realizing the importance of allocating dollars for new technology. The following represent a few...

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Downtown Atlanta Construction Update
Jul20

Downtown Atlanta Construction Update

By: Casey Holloway Have you looked around Downtown Atlanta’s construction sites lately and wondered what’s going on? There are several huge projects underway in Downtown Atlanta. Between now and 2020, $3.8 billion worth of construction will be either completed or in progress in Downtown Atlanta. Here is a list of some of the major projects that are underway. Underground Atlanta Redevelopment WRS Inc., a South Carolina-based real...

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CREW Member Spotlight: Katie Smith, CREW Chapter Director
Jul11

CREW Member Spotlight: Katie Smith, CREW Chapter Director

The CREW Member Spotlight highlights someone who is making an impact in the CREW Atlanta community. For the most recent Member Spotlight, we selected Katie Smith, CREW Atlanta’s new Chapter Director. CREW Atlanta: How long have you been at your at current position? Katie Smith: 2 and ½ months What made you decide to work in the field you are in? My number one reason is because I love building relationships; I am such a people...

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Bicycle Parking, Sidewalks, and Storage Pods, Oh My! What’s in Store for Atlanta with the Zoning Ordinance “Quick Fixes”
May16

Bicycle Parking, Sidewalks, and Storage Pods, Oh My! What’s in Store for Atlanta with the Zoning Ordinance “Quick Fixes”

By Julie Sellers, Partner, Pursley Friese Torgrimson  The last time the City of Atlanta rewrote the entire zoning ordinance, the average cost of gas was $1.19 per gallon, CNN aired its first broadcast, and there were about 2.2 million metro-area residents. Fast forward from 1980 to 2018 for a population that has more than doubled and we are ready for a zoning re-write that will bring the regulations in line with modern development...

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CREW Member Spotlight: Heather Lamb
May01

CREW Member Spotlight: Heather Lamb

The CREW Member Spotlight highlights someone who is making an impact in the CREW Atlanta community. For the most recent Member Spotlight, we selected Heather Lamb, First Vice President, CBRE. CREW Atlanta: What made you decide to work in the field you are in?  Heather Lamb: The growth of the Atlanta market and the revitalization of Midtown in the late 90s/early 2000s fascinated me and I wanted to be a part of the industry that changed...

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CREW Member Spotlight: Jodi Borges-Bradley
Apr13

CREW Member Spotlight: Jodi Borges-Bradley

The CREW Member Spotlight highlights someone who is making an impact in the CREW Atlanta community. For the most recent Member Spotlight, we selected Jodi Borges-Bradley, Vice President, NELSON. CREW Atlanta: What made you decide to work in the field you are in? Jodi Borges-Bradley: I really enjoy connecting with people and problem solving.  Design was a creative outlet for both joys that also grew into a heightened level of being...

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