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KTGY Architecture + Planning

Founded in 1991, KTGY Architecture + Planning is an international award-winning full-service architecture and planning firm delivering innovation, artistry and attention to detail across multiple offices and studios, ensuring that clients and communities get the best the firm has to offer no matter the building type or location. KTGY’s architects and planners combine big picture opportunities, leading-edge sustainable practices and impeccable design standards to help create developments of enduring value. KTGY serves clients worldwide from offices located in Chicago, Denver, Irvine, Los Angeles, Oakland, Pune and Tysons.

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The Georgian Lakeside Assisted Living/Memory Care in Roswell, Georgia Designed by KTGY Highlights Luxury...

International award-winning KTGY Architecture + Planning announced today that The Georgian Lakeside in Roswell, Georgia, a 95-unit assisted living and memory care community, recently opened. KTGY is the designer of this innovative community, offering luxury amenities, leading-edge technology and resort-style living. Griffin Fine Living, LLC is the General Manager. Canyon Partners Real Estate LLC provided the investment capital

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Mayor Kasim Reed Advances $380 Million in New Transportation Infrastructure Spending...

Mayor Kasim Reed announced today that the Atlanta City Council has voted 13 to 1 to approve a measure to put a special local option sales tax (TSPLOST) referendum on the November ballot to fund transportation related infrastructure projects throughout the City of Atlanta. The ballot referendum will ask Atlanta voters to authorize a 0.4 percent sales tax increase for a five-year period. The TSPLOST is projected to generate approximately $260 million, which will be leveraged to generate additional matching funds.

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Georgia Real Estate Investor Sentenced to 16 Months in Prison for...

A real estate investor was sentenced to serve 16 months in jail for his role in a bid rigging conspiracy and bank fraud scheme involving public foreclosure auctions in Georgia, the Department of Justice announced yesterday.