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The Food Court Matures Into the Food Hall
Sep 14, 2017
Despite the operating and cost variations, most food halls are focused on bringing in local or regional chefs and incorporating a bar into the mix. Developers establishing food halls with those themes include North American Properties, which bought the 1970s-era Colony Square mixed-use project in Atlanta two years ago.

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via The New York Times
The Food Court Matures Into the Food Hall
Sep 14, 2017
Despite the operating and cost variations, most food halls are focused on bringing in local or regional chefs and incorporating a bar into the mix. Developers establishing food halls with those themes include North American Properties, which bought the 1970s-era Colony Square mixed-use project in Atlanta two years ago.

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via The New York Times
Main & Main will open in Colony Square in Midtown in the fall of 2019
Sep 14, 2017
Real estate development company North American Properties announced yesterday that it will be transforming 28,000 square feet of space at Colony Square in Midtown into a food hall called Main & Main.

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via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
More details emerge on food hall coming to Midtown's Colony Square
Sep 14, 2017
Real estate development company North American Properties announced yesterday that it will be transforming 28,000 square feet of space at Colony Square in Midtown into a food hall called Main & Main.

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via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
8th & Sycamore no more; get a look inside Encore
Aug 30, 2017
The latest luxury apartment tower coming to downtown Cincinnati, a project that has been known as Eighth and Sycamore, is nearing completion. I got an exclusive sneak peek at the apartments and details on the latest collaboration between its developers, NorthPointe Group and North American Properties. The new, $52 million, 17-story tower will be called Encore Urban Living.

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via Cincinnati Business Courier
8th & Sycamore no more; get a look inside Encore
Aug 30, 2017
The latest luxury apartment tower coming to downtown Cincinnati, a project that has been known as Eighth and Sycamore, is nearing completion. I got an exclusive sneak peek at the apartments and details on the latest collaboration between its developers, NorthPointe Group and North American Properties. The new, $52 million, 17-story tower will be called Encore Urban Living.

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via Cincinnati Business Courier
More Universal-area Grand National retail details, images revealed
Aug 15, 2017
Developers reveal images and details for new Grand National mixed-use project in Orlando. These new renderings show what's coming to the 16.5-acre site, now connected with a new roadway flyover.

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via Orlando Business Journal
What's coming: a sneak peek of developments on the horizon
Aug 15, 2017
Back by popular demand, the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce capped off its three-day annual conference with the latest updates on major commercial developments. Commercial real estate expert Ed Murray, a principal at NAI TALCOR, divvied up projects by location and allowed developers to share details for two of Tallahassee’s largest and transformative projects: the proposed Cascades Project and Canopy at Welaunee.

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via Tallahassee Democrat
More Universal-area Grand National retail details, images revealed
Aug 15, 2017
Developers reveal images and details for new Grand National mixed-use project in Orlando. These new renderings show what's coming to the 16.5-acre site, now connected with a new roadway flyover.

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via Orlando Business Journal
Colony Square gets $160 million green light from Invest Atlanta
Jul 25, 2017
Atlanta’s economic development agency signed off Thursday on a plan to remake Colony Square into a mixed-use development that looks more like 2017 than the 1970s. Invest Atlanta’s Board of Directors passed a resolution to back the project with up to $160 million in bonds.

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via Atlanta Business Chronicle
Downtown Kroger's design gets city approval
Jul 25, 2017
The design for a mixed-use project that includes a downtown Kroger, plus two needed zoning variances, was unanimously approved by Cincinnati’s Historic Conservation Board on Monday, whose staff emphatically praised the project. The mixed-use projects, which includes eight stories of 139 apartments and a 550-space parking garage in addition to a two-level, 45,000-square-foot Kroger, needed zoning variances because it will be three feet higher than allowed under the zoning code and its front façade lacked complete commercial continuity. It also needed a certificate of appropriateness for its design because part of the project is in the Court Street Historic District. It will be located at Central Parkway and Walnut Street.

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via Cincinnati Business Journal
What's coming: a sneak peek of developments on the horizon
Aug 15, 2017
Back by popular demand, the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce capped off its three-day annual conference with the latest updates on major commercial developments. Commercial real estate expert Ed Murray, a principal at NAI TALCOR, divvied up projects by location and allowed developers to share details for two of Tallahassee’s largest and transformative projects: the proposed Cascades Project and Canopy at Welaunee.

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via Tallahassee Democrat
Colony Square to undergo major 18-month facelift
Jul 25, 2017
The revitalization, which will start in November, will bring more retail, business and workspace to Midtown Atlanta.

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via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
​North American Properties partner shares how the downtown Kroger deal got done
Jun 07, 2017
North American Properties partner Tony Hobson talked to the Business Courier after Tuesday’s announcement of downtown Cincinnati's Kroger store about his company’s role in the deal, what it will do for downtown and Over-the-Rhine and the state of the apartment market in the region and the country.

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via Cincinnati Business Courier
Opening of Boulevard East doubles the size of Avalon
Apr 18, 2017
ALPHARETTA, GA.— Avalon, a mixed-use community in Alpharetta, doubled in size with the opening of Boulevard East. It includes 20 new retailers and restaurants, 276 luxury homes and a 224,000-square-foot office tower.

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via 11Alive
$158 million redevelopment proposal targets Cascade Park area
Jan 12, 2017
Two downtown city blocks on the hem of Cascades Park could have apartments, townhouses, a restaurant, a five-story hotel and room for commercial businesses and office space.

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via Tallahassee Democrat
North American Properties head honcho: Atlanta’s future depends on MARTA
May 22, 2017
Mark Toro, the managing partner and chairman of prominent Atlanta developer North American Properties, has joined the growing chorus of business and civic leaders calling for MARTA expansion.

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via Curbed—Atlanta
North American Properties— Lumberyard Project
Feb 14, 2017
North American Properties (NAP) is certainly no stranger to the city of Tallahassee, Fla. The company has invested more than $150 million in large-scale, mixed-use developments in that city since 2012; specifically, in the Gaines Street District. With its latest project, “The Lumberyard,” NAP hopes to build on its legacy of creating provocative urban spaces.

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via Construction Today
Greiwe breaks ground for fifth condo project in Mariemont
Jun 01, 2017
Indian Hill developer Richard Greiwe recently helped break ground for a pricey condominium project in Mariemont. He’d do well to keep a shovel handy for a planned earth-turning later this year for an unrelated Montgomery venture.

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via Cincinnati.com
Group formed to keep history of Firestone, Bloxham buildings
May 05, 2017
The Firestone building looks much different than it did when it was the Leon County Jail. But the memories still struck Rev. Henry Steele as he walked through the building Friday. He still remembers exactly where he slept on the floor when he was jailed at the age of 16 for participating in Tallahassee lunch counter sit-ins in 1958.

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via Tallahassee Democrat
Exclusive: Scott Beck to develop new Aloft hotel at Trophy Club Town Center
Feb 09, 2017
Dallas developer Scott Beck has landed an Aloft hotel flag at his Trophy Club Town Center mixed-use development, which could help cater to the growing corporate clientele near Circle T Ranch.

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via Dallas Business Journal
Scott Beck's Trophy Club development gets underway
Sep 07, 2016
Dallas developer Scott Beck has begun site work on a mixed-use development he calls the "crown jewel" of Trophy Club Town Center, which will bring a new hotel, luxury apartments, office building, townhomes and retail space to the small North Texas town.

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via Dallas Business Journal
Publix to open near Gateway
Jun 09, 2017
A new Publix grocery store will open in Lee County — across from Gateway — at the end of the month.

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via news-press.com
First look: Beltline Eastside Trail’s ‘Edge’ has broken ground
Jun 22, 2017
Construction launched this week on a multifaceted, Beltline-straddling project that officials say will be within financial reach of most Atlantans seeking multifamily living arrangements.

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via Curbed Atlanta
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