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    ?Destination precinct? could be coming to Edgehill Avenue in West Midtown
    The short stretch of Edgehill Avenue is the prime spot for a food and beverage, retail and hospitality strip, according to a developer.


    Marriott hotel in Atlanta makes permanent layoffs, closes floors
    Metro Atlanta hotels have been hard-hit by the near disappearance of non-essential travel during the Covid-19 global pandemic.


    Creative office project at Armour Yards to feature Midtown views
    Investors continue buying into Armour Yards.


    How modern managerial accounting practices help companies grow
    Companies can find new ways to grow through forward-looking managerial accounting approaches. Improving business performance and increasing revenue and profitability can result from applying managerial accounting capabilities across the organization. Today?s managerial accounting discipline focuses on more than profit and loss statements and extends into core functions such as designing systems, enhancing business relationships within organizations and across the supply chain, and implementing?


    Atlanta payments processing companies' role in the federal distribution of stimulus funds through prepaid debit cards
    The industry says the prepaid card option is safer, faster and cheaper for Americans waiting on stimulus funds.


    Atlanta Hawks call for societal change, understanding
    The Atlanta Hawks look to create necessary change ? coming together to take a stand against racism and police brutality in the wake of the unlawful killing of George Floyd. Hawks head coach Lloyd Pierce recently expressed the pain he?s been feeling and touched on his own personal experience as a black man in this country. Pierce also shared conversations that he?s had with his white assistant coaches about accountability and perspective. ?That?s the education that we all have to have,??


    Proposed zoning change could reshape Buckhead's Piedmont Center
    The new zoning district for Piedmont Center and surrounding areas will be presented tonight at a Buckhead neighborhood planning unit.


    Manuel's Tavern joins National Register of Historic Places
    One of Atlanta's most historic watering holes is getting some official recognition. Poncey-Highland icon Manuel's Tavern is now officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The U.S. National Park Service added Manuel's to the registry on May 29. "Established in 1956 by Manuel Maloof, this popular Poncey-Highland neighborhood restaurant and bar is 'associated with the undercurrent of Atlanta?s political and social realm,'" Atlanta Preservation Center said in a Facebook post announcing?


    Here are the 80 community leaders named to Leadership Atlanta's Class of 2021
    Leadership Atlanta today announced the names of 80 community leaders selected to participate in the organization?s Class of 2021 Program. During the nine-month program, the class will learn more about the region by participating in retreats, full-day seminars, service projects, discussion groups, community tours, and other impactful experiential activities. In addition to exploring important regional issues, class members will critically examine themselves as leaders, challenge themselves to find?


    Reports: Steve Harvey & wife bought Paces Ferry estate built by Tyler Perry
    According to news reports, the 17-acre estate overlooking the Chattahoochee River once owned by Tyler Perry has another celebrity owner ? entertainer Steve Harvey. TMZ reported May 29 that Steve and Majorie Harvey purchased the gated, private estate at 4110 Paces Perry Road which includes an expansive French Provincial-style home incorporating nearly 35,000 square feet. Atlanta Business Chronicle previously reported that the property sold late last month to buyers who were kept confidential?