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Andretti Indoor Karting and Games closes Roswell location to accommodate new Buford spot
Gwinnett Daily Post | January 2, 2020

Buford's gain of a new Andretti Indoor Karting and Games is Roswell's loss, company officials announced Thursday.

JINYA Ramen Bar announces location at Exchange at Gwinnett
Gwinnett Daily Post | January 2, 2020

A ramen bar brand that started nearly a decade ago in Studio City, Calif. is coming to Buford.

Andretti Indoor Karting and Games closes in Roswell, moving to new Gwinnett County location
11 Alive | January 3, 2020

Andretti's management said this decision came to accommodate more guests. The new facility will be located in a new mixed-use development near the Mall of Georgia.

Common Companion Vet Co. Expanding With Madison Yards Clinic
What Now Atlanta | January 13, 2020

Dr. John T. Younker, DVM is opening a second Common Companion Vet Co. veterinarian clinic, this time in Suite 110 of the Madison Yards development, which sits directly on the extended portion of the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail.

Clean Juice Continues Georgia Expansion With Sandy Plains Marketplace
What Now Atlanta | January 18, 2020

Fuqua's Sandy Plains Marketplace development later this year will welcome Clean Juice as its newest tenant.

Boardroom Salon for Men Madison Yards To Grand Open Jan. 30
What Now Atlanta | January 19, 2020

Boardroom Salon for Men later this month will officially open its Madison Yards location, the sixth salon in the Atlanta-area for the growing national chain.

Berkeley Capital Arranges $43.8 Million Sale of GreenWise-Anchored Shopping Center in Metro Atlanta
Shopping Center Business | January 29, 2020

Marietta, Ga. - Berkeley Capital Advisors has arranged the $43.8 million sale of Sandy Plains Marketplace, a 72,913-square-foot shopping center in Marietta. GreenWise Market, the smaller footprint organic grocery concept from Publix, anchors the property, which includes other tenants such as Hollywood Feed, Thrive Affordable Vet Care, Pacific Dental Services, MOD Pizza, First Watch, Bad Daddy's, Synovus Bank and Panda Express. The seller, Atlanta-based Fuqua Development, delivered the asset at the beginning of January. The buyer was not disclosed.

On the Menu: A roundup of new restaurants open now and coming soon around Intown
Atlanta InTown | January 31, 2020

If dieting was one of your resolutions for 2020, this roundup might make you renege on that promise. A slew of new restaurants just opened - or will soon - around Intown. No matter what your taste buds are craving, there is sure to be an eatery to meet your needs. Dig in!

Boardroom Salon for Men opens new location in Atlanta
Atlanta Daily World | February 3, 2020

Boardroom Salon for Men, the leader of the men's grooming industry, announces the opening of its sixth salon in the Atlanta area, located in the booming district of Reynoldstown, at 305 Memorial Drive, Ste. 312. To celebrate, the Texas-based company will host a grand opening event on January 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. This opening marks continued expansion throughout Georgia, with existing locations in Peachtree Corners, Vinings Jubilee, Buckhead Court, N. Druid Hills and Alpharetta.

New details, video of Atlanta developer Fuqua's $300M plans near Jacksonville
Atlanta Business Chronicle | February 13, 2020

Atlanta-based developer Jeff Fuqua has started pre-leasing for his $300 million urban mixed-used project in Jacksonville, Fla., within the Skinner family's 1,200-acre masterplanned community near the St. Johns Town Center.

Photos: With Reynoldstown's Madison Yards, is contentious developer Jeff Fuqua getting it right?
Curbed Atlanta | February 28, 2020

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.

Batson-Cook Development Company Partners with Fuqua Development on Major Intown Mixed-Use Project
Batson-Cook Development Company | March 6, 2020

Atlanta - A joint venture between Fuqua Development and Batson-Cook Development Company (BCDC) has broken ground on new mixed-use project on the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail.

The 17-acre site is on Memorial Drive and formerly housed the since-demolished 300,000-square-foot Leggett & Platt building. Fuqua Development's vision for the property is a mixed-use project with shopping, restaurants and apartment homes anchored by a Publix grocery store and an AMC Theater.

Gwinnett picks Fuqua to handle redevelopment of former Olympic Tennis Center site
Gwinnett Daily Post | December 1, 2020

Gwinnett County officials have lined up the developer working on the Exchange at Gwinnett mixed-use development near the Mall of Georgia to handle the redevelopment of the former Olympic Tennis Center site on the southern edge of the county.

County commissioners voted Tuesday afternoon to pick Fuqua Acquisitions II LLC to be the county's partner in redeveloping the site. The move now allows county officials to negotiate with the firm for the redevelopment project.

Girl Diver's Opening Menu Includes a $9,999 'Party Platter'
What Now Atlanta | December 11, 2020

Richard Tang will open his Girl Diver restaurant in the Madison Yards development on Monday, December 14, the owner of the incoming "Southeast Asian Cajun" restaurant Thursday told What Now Atlanta. Tang - Char Korean Bar and Grill and the in-the-works Press Start - was originally aiming to debut the long-delayed eatery in October. Girl Diver has been in the works publicly since at least 2017.

Girl Diver now open in Reynoldstown for seafood platters, craft cocktails
Atlanta Journal Constitution | December 15, 2020

Girl Diver, an Asian-seafood concept that's been in the works for more than a year, is now open in Reynoldstown.

Located at 905 Memorial Drive in the Madison Yards development, Girl Diver comes from Richard Tang, who opened Char Korean Bar & Grill in 2016.

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