APJ Morning Links 6.27.12
Six months are left in the year. What is in store for real estate for the rest of 2012? The Philadelphia Real Estate Council has some ideas.
Sage Equities, an Israeli foreign equity fund, has purchased three multifamily units. The price tag? A mere $6.75 million. The units are located in Atlanta and Stone Mountain.
Shopping and retail experiences are changing daily with technology. Companies like GoldRun specialize in interactive apps for retailers. Esquire Magazine, H&M, and New York Giants fans are just some of the recent campaigns launched.
Buckhead Trail, a path along 400 in Buckhead, is closer to fruition. Governor Deal and the GDOT have announced that the state will provide $750,000 to create the trail.
Sandy Springs wants a “City Center”. Goody Clancy, a Boston based architecture and planning firm, has made its recommendations. Now citizens will meet this week for the planning and design process.