A new California commercial real estate venture has locked down its first real estate in the Columbus area with the purchase of a quartet of commercial buildings in Dublin.
A new retail development is in the works in Xenia.
A $22 million project will bring a new Publix grocery store to Cumming, a few miles from North Forsyth High School in Coal Mountain. Atlanta-based Retail Planning Corp. plans to breaks ground on the 82,000-square-foot shopping center on April 11. The center, located at the corner of Bannister Road and Matt Highway, will be anchored by a 48,500-square-foot Publix store. It’s set to open in summer 2020. “The new Publix will include a variety of fresh, all-natural and traditional products,…
An affiliate of Atlanta-based Peachtree Hotel Group last October paid $3.75 million for the property.
Artisan's Table recently expanded to a new location on Church Street.
The historic Pikes Theatre on Reisterstown Road has reopened with a focus on providing "intimate" and "luxury" amenities to guests, including beer and wine on tap. Guests at NextAct Cinema at The Pikes can now have drinks and snacks delivered to them from their seats in the small 43-seat theater rooms. They also have the option to order meals from the adjacent Pikes Cinema Bar and Grill, and curl up with a plush blanket that comes with each seat. Local owners NextAct Entertainment renovated the…
Zuckerberg told the famous architect he wanted a building that expressed the company’s values, which include modesty.
After crunching the numbers again, the Sacramento City Council is set to vote on a guaranteed maximum price for the Community Center Theater project.
The company also built the Long Center for the Performing Arts in Austin and Toyota's massive corporate campus in Plano. It's a major step toward getting the $240 million, 20,500-seat stadium done by spring 2021.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. has awarded up to $7.5 million in tax credits to Amazon.com for job creation and capital investment for any investments Amazon makes in Wisconsin, including the company’s new $200 million Oak Creek distribution center. The actual amount of credits the company will receive is contingent on the number of jobs created and the amount of capital investment the company makes through 2024, WEDC said Monday. All tax credits are “pay as you grow,” which means…