Atlanta residents recently voted in favor of three bills that will make substantial investments in the city's infrastructure and economy. Westplan Investors has raised a considerable amount of capital for its expanding portfolio of development projects. Westplan is getting ready to start construction on another multi-family community in Charlotte, North Carolina. The company is also pleased to announce the recent sale of Accent Glassworks in Nashville, TN.
Westplan has developed multi-family units in Nashville. To learn more about this development and its outcome, Alena Green, director of Economic Development at Central Atlanta Progress, said that these investments will provide better public and green spaces for people to enjoy during their lunch break or between meetings. Through meetings with economic development drivers such as Hyundai Motor Group and SK On or by analyzing new development opportunities with the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia or the region of the city of Liverpool Freeport, the state of Georgia continues to strengthen and expand its global network. Westplan Investors is a private real estate development and investment firm that has been active in the United States.
Green collected this data from public and private projects that were just completed, underway or planned in South Atlanta, on 65 acres of downtown Atlanta. To create the list of transportation projects, ATLDOT developed the following framework using advanced analysis and other best practices. These funds represent an investment to improve safety, equity and mobility, while keeping the city's infrastructure in good condition, with the highest returns on investment. If all these entities own their separate (huge) parts of the city center, they have an even greater responsibility to provide quality public space accessible to all, since it currently doesn't exist and developments in Atlanta tend to create beautiful rooftops, patios, etc., that can only be accessed by office workers or residents of apartment complexes or with entrances with entrances.
In fiscal year 22, GdeCD commissioner Pat Wilson led economic development missions to major countries in terms of trade and investment, such as the United Kingdom, South Korea and Germany. Governor Geoff Duncan and the Georgia General Assembly were thanked for their support and commitment to significant economic development. The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GdeCD) is the state's sales and marketing division, the leading agency for attracting new business investment, encouraging the expansion of existing industry and small businesses, finding new markets for Georgia products, attracting tourists to Georgia and promoting the state as an art destination and location for film, music and digital entertainment projects, as well as planning and mobilizing state resources for economic development. Companies that chose to expand in Georgia accounted for 74 percent of total projects, and the new locations created 33,846 jobs across the state.
The board will review the terms of the bond and the proposed projects at committee meetings later this month. Through this program, Georgia has worked with owners, development authorities, or economic development offices to certify that more than 60 industrial sites are ready for accelerated industrial projects.