Photos: With Reynoldstown's Madison Yards, is contentious developer Jeff Fuqua getting it right?
By all measures, Jeff Fuqua is one of Atlanta's most successful, influential, and perhaps infamous developers. He's been frequently, and fairly, criticized (on these pages and elsewhere) for masterminding mixed-use developments that don't always look or feel like they belong where they're built.
Town Center Grand Opening Set For Saturday In Peachtree Corners
PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA -- The day to celebrate the completion of the Peachtree Corners' Town Center is finally here. On Saturday, April 27, the afternoon will be filled with fun activities, music, food and more as the community is invited to enjoy the culmination of a project that first took root in 2013.
Lucky and Lady Bringing High-Tech Pet Boarding To Madison Yards
Lucky and Lady is moving forward with plans to open its flagship in Madison Yards.
The pet boarding startup will occupy the third largest commercial space in the Publix and AMC-anchored development, at 975 Memorial Drive SE #810, according to a press release Wednesday.
Lucky and Lady is set to open in late summer 2019 offering pet boarding, daycare, grooming, and self-service pet wash.
Marlow's Tavern opening in Peachtree Corners Town Center
Marlow's Tavern is opening its 17th metro Atlanta location in Peachtree Corners.
The Atlanta-based restaurant chain, with more than 20 locations across Georgia and Florida, is opening the doors to its newest location on April 16. The eatery is part of Peachtree Corners' Town Center, a mixed-use development featuring shops, a town green and attractions including a dine-in movie theater.
Fuqua Development unveils plans for the Exchange at Jacksonville
Fuqua Development Principal Jeff Fuqua unveiled plans Thursday for his proposed $300 million mixed-use project named, for now, the Exchange at Jacksonville.
Atlanta-based Fuqua Development plans to develop the 67-acre retail, entertainment, hotel, office and apartment center on land it will buy from the Skinner family at southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295.
Favorite local chefs in talks to open restaurants at $300 million Town Center-area development
A massive mixed-use project slated for development near the St. Johns Town Center is looking to attract a number of popular local restaurateurs, with chef Scotty Schwartz - a partner in the development - leading the charge.
Schwartz, the owner of 29 South and El Jefe, is curating the food hall at Atlanta developer Jeff Fuqua's 67-acre project near the southeast corner of I-295 and J. Turner Butler Boulevard
What's in store for Caney Creek Preserve?
Gerry McGinley held a blue sticker in his right hand and surveyed the poster board. On it were dozens of suggestions for improvements or additions to Caney Creek Preserve in south Forsyth.
McGinley and his daughter, Maggie, were the last to attend Thursday's open house meeting at the Old Atlanta Recreation Center with officials from the Forsyth County Parks and Recreation department and representatives from the Charlotte office of Benesch, an engineering design firm headquartered in Chicago, to let residents provide input on potential updates to the park.
Possible new development near St. Johns Town Center
An Atlanta developer is sharing his vision for a $300 million village center at I295 and Butler Boulevard.
In January, Action News Jax reported that the Skinner family, the current owner, is looking to sell off most of the more than 1,000 acres of land near the St. Johns Town Center.
Atlanta developer shares vision for $300 million 'village center' at I-295, Butler
Imagine historic San Marco Square - but larger - dropped into a signature Southside property.
That's what Atlanta-based developer Jeff Fuqua envisions at the 67-acre "village center" area at southeast Butler Boulevard and Interstate 295 that he intends to buy from the Skinner family.
Forget the popcorn, look at this movie theater food
PEACHTREE CORNERS, Ga. - Steaks and seafood, they're not just for elegant restaurants anymore.
No, they're for movie theaters!