There’s been a lot of talk about TSPLOST in Atlanta lately. A proposed 1 percent sales tax to fund transportation projects throughout the 10-county Atlanta region goes up for vote on July 31. Mark Toro, managing partner with North American Properties, which owns Atlantic Station in Midtown and the currently under development Avalon project in Alpharetta, has been an outspoken proponent of the referendum. We got a chance to sit down with Toro and hear more on his views.
By Sharon Poland, director of marketing and business development Mark your calendar for a Nov.14 fundraiser for Georgia ICSC’s political action committee, which lobbies for the shopping center industry. This year, the committee is focused on water and transportation issues, according to Ted Sandler, chairman of the committee. The fundraiser will be at Cinco Mexican [...]
Beer and Bicycles: If that combination appeals to you, check out Crank It Up, a happy hour next Tuesday, Aug. 23 at Sweetwater Brewery to generate excitement about the sixth annual Spin For Kids bicycling fundraiser for Camp Twin Lakes. Hartman Simons, a law firm specializing in commercial real estate, is leading an effort to [...]
By Sharon Poland, director of business development, Hartman Simons Hartman Simons recently provided legal representation for Levin Properties, Inc. on the purchase of Crescent Centre at Northlake for almost $21 million. The 12-story Class A office building and adjacent parking deck, located at 100 Crescent Centre Parkway in Tucker, Ga., is located near Northlake Mall and [...]
By Andy Litvak, partner, Hartman Simons If you need a reason to dust off your old bicycle and get in shape this summer, I have a great one: Spin for Kids, an incredible bicycling weekend that raises money for an even more incredible cause, Camp Twin Lakes. Camp Twin Lakes is a network of camps [...]