As developer Carter preps Phase II of its large-scale transformation of the areas around Georgia State Stadium, the first phase of redevelopment is showing very noticeable signs of progress.
A few months ago, some of the buildings standing along Georgia Avenue today didn’t exist. Others were in shambles. (Head here for our photo essay chronicling the Summerhill strip’s “before” condition last fall).
Now, however, many of the retail offerings to come are flaunting fresh exteriors, including new windows, doors, and awnings. Meanwhile, work on their guts is well underway. We checked in with Jack Murphy, a Carter director, for the latest intel.
Have a look below: