Demolition Begins For Peachtree Creek Greenway In Brookhaven
 
BROOKHAVEN, GA — A former sign shop is set for demolition Wednesday morning as Brookhaven prepares to build its portion of the Peachtree Creek Greenway (PCG). The deserted building will be replaced in the coming months with green space, paved walkways and multi-use trails. Mayor John Ernst, District 4 Councilman Joe Gebbia and members of Peachtree Creek Greenway, Inc., will begin the demolition at 10:30 am at 2036 North Druid Hills Road in Brookhaven in preparation for construction of the greenway’s first phase.
 

To read the full article visit Brookhaven Patch

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Historic Candler Building’s Conversion to Downtown Hotel is Back Underway
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The conversion of one of downtown’s oldest office towers into a boutique hotel is back on track, following two years of uncertainty.

Construction crews have commenced interior demolition at the Candler Building, which lords over Peachtree Street at the northern edge of Woodruff Park. Permits were issued last month for work on what’s tentatively called the Candler Hotel...

…First opened in 1906, the structure was built by Asa Griggs Candler, founder of Coca-Cola, who would go on to become mayor of Atlanta.

Upon its debut, the Candler Building was the tallest in the city, and it retained that title for 23 years. At the time, some observers viewed its location—several blocks north of Five Points, then the epicenter of Atlanta—as far removed from downtown.

To read the full article visit Curbed

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Raken Case Study

Our founder and CEO, Sam Bacon, was interviewed by Raken about how we improve our process by implementing their app for field reporting. Click here to read the full case study.

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