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Making What’s Old New Again: Bisnow’s Atlanta Adaptive Reuse And Conversions Boom Event On Feb. 22


As the commercial real estate industry heads into 2022, investors, developers and architects are focused on how to make the most of existing assets. 

Supply chain and labor issues plague the market, making new construction projects more challenging than ever. Pair with that the mounting pressure to make projects more sustainable by updating older buildings instead of using ample resources to build new ones, and adaptive reuse and conversion projects are more popular than ever. 

Atlanta has been no stranger to this trend, and adaptive reuse and conversion sites are booming across the city, particularly west of Midtown with Westside Provisions District, The Works and 950 West Marietta Street. 

What lies ahead for this growing trend? How can developers bring new life to existing assets? Find out the answers to these questions and more at Bisnow’s in-person event on Feb. 22, Atlanta Adaptive Reuse and Conversions Boom. The event will appropriately be held at Jefferson Station, a former clothing and canvas mill that was redeveloped into a loft office building in 2000 and has been home to several different businesses since. 

Click here to register for the event and to learn more about Bisnow’s commitment to safety and Covid-19 protocols for all our in-person events. 

Speakers will include: 

— H. Art Roundtree, director of operations for Kairos Development Corp.

— April Stammel, senior vice president at Newport RE. 

— Michael Phillips, president of Jamestown. 

— Arun Anijhawan, managing principal at Lucror Resources.

— And more! 

Adaptive reuse not only gives buildings a second — or third, or fourth — life, it also helps preserve construction materials at a time when that is more important than ever. Find out about the future of adaptive reuse in Atlanta at Bisnow’s Feb. 22 event. Register here.