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North Fulton Transformation

Growth, Investment and What's in Store for Greater Atlanta's Hottest Market!

Event Ended On: Tuesday February 11 2020

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

The Johns Creek Collection

  

 

 

Events Speakers and Panels

New Development, Re-development, And Legacy Shopping Centers

Steve Stroud

Steve Stroud

Executive Director, Economic & Business Development, Roswell Inc
Andrea Worthy

Andrea Worthy

Economic Development Director, City of Sandy Springs

Hipsturbia, Transportation, and Urban Expansion

Jeff Garrison

Jeff Garrison

Partner, SJ Collins
Penn Hodge

Penn Hodge

Principal Partner, Penn Hodge Properties

John Hardy

President & CEO, The Hardy Group

Welcome Remarks

Gil Hearn

Gil Hearn

Asset Manager, The Simpson Organization

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
8:30 AM
8:40 AM
Keynote: Kerry Armstrong
8:40 AM
9:25 AM
New Development, Re-development, And Legacy Shopping Centers
9:25 AM
9:30 AM
Networking Break
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
Hipsturbia, Transportation, and Urban Expansion
10:15 AM
11:15 AM
Post Event Networking!

Venue/Parking

The Johns Creek Collection
12000 Findley Rd.
Johns Creek, GA 30097

Suite 450

Parking Information: First come first serve parking on-site with overflow shuttled from 6470 east Johns Crossing - if necessary

 
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Event Summary

Urban Land Institute named

'hipsturbia' one of the top emerging trends for 2020, and North Fulton is a prime example of the flourishing new trend. Development in the North Fulton area has been on a steady rise for some time with the mixed-use boom, increased retail and office tenants coming on the scene over the past few years. As more and more people expand past downtown Atlanta in the hopes of more space and affordability with the same amenities and accessibility as an urban city, how can the area sustain this growth? Is the trend reaching a tipping point? As people continue to take notice and flock to this hot destination, how will the environment continue to change? What will happen to historical downtown areas and their charm? What is on the horizon to increase accessibility and transportation? Find out what is in store for North Fulton as we gather CRE's top owners and developers to analyze the dominant trends of 2019, as well as predict what this year will bring for the hottest market in the greater Atlanta area!

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  1. Will millennials continue to flock to hipsturbia's and 18 hour suburban cities?
  2. What new projects and re-developments are coming online in North Fulton to create a more walkable, live, work, play community?
  3. Where is capital and private investment coming from that is transforming the area?
  4. How will GDOT transportation plans impact North Fulton and it's accessibility?
  5. What new companies are setting up shop and what is being done to accommodate them?