The West End proposal is a for-profit venture, but what Gravel and Von describe is an outlier in Atlanta’s build-and-flip real estate world.
SOURCE: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ryan Gravel has joined forces with Donray Von to launch an opportunity zone fund that plans to differentiate itself by creating ‘a company that combines real estate and economic development from project conception to completion’.
A BeltLine-inspired restaurant boom has created an important new food destination—but its main mission is to serve the locals.
SOURCE: Atlanta Magazine
For a growing number of African-Americans in the tech world, Atlanta is beckoning.
SOURCE: USA Today
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Investors are utilizing the opportunity zone program to help spark the transformation of HBCUs’ neighborhoods around the country.
A mall in southwest Atlanta could get a new owner, just as the area sees a new wave of investment.
SOURCE: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Once a beacon for more minorities to join him in Silicon Valley, the former tech and media darling enters a deal that will help to secure his legacy—and P&G’s.
SOURCE: Fast Company