About Fuqua Development
Fuqua Development Company, a partnership of Jeff Fuqua and Heather Correa, was established in March 2012.
Jeff Fuqua, the company’s namesake, was a Sembler executive for 24 years and was a Partner and its President when he left to start the new development company.
Heather Correa was a Sembler executive for 15 years and was its Vice President of Development when she left, along with Fuqua, to establish their new company.
During their tenure at Sembler, the company was widely recognized across America for its extraordinarily successful marquee metro Atlanta projects. Developments such as Town Brookhaven, Edgewood Retail Development, Perimeter Place, Midtown Place, The Prado, Lindbergh Plaza, Lenox Marketplace, Canton Town Center and Henry Town Center, among others, made Sembler’s name synonymous with bold, innovative, cutting-edge, high-quality mixed-use developments in urban and suburban settings.
Thanks to their successes in Atlanta, Sembler received numerous awards and recognitions, including the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s prestigious Top Commercial Retail Developer for twelve consecutive years.
Along with Fuqua and Correa, several key professionals left Sembler in 2012 to join the new company.
Fuqua Development Company is headquartered in Atlanta, which has been Fuqua's base of operations (and his home) since 1992. The company is pursuing major developments in Atlanta, Denver, Florida, South Carolina, and Canada.
Fuqua Development is committed to enhancing neighborhoods and communities by investing in what are often considered marginal or transitional areas. While financially successful projects are ultimately the goal, Fuqua Development’s commitments outweigh seeking purely financial gains in its efforts to improve neighborhoods and communities and create jobs. Time and again, Fuqua Development has demonstrated a willingness to go to areas many others have left behind seeking greener and easier to develop suburban pastures.
Jeff Fuqua personally has received multiple awards for his commitment to redevelopment in the urban core of metro Atlanta as well as in other urban areas in the Southeast. The Urban Land Institute, the International Council of Shopping Centers, the City of Atlanta, DeKalb County, the Atlanta Business Chronicle, among others, have awarded prestigious awards to Fuqua as well as Correa and the team in recognition of the financial and the social value of large-scale mixed use urban developments and in appreciation of the courage, the determination, the patience and the willingness to put some capital at risk to bring such developments to life.