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Integral in the News

 

A Policy Context for Addressing the U.S. Affordable Housing Crisis 

Since the end of the Great Recession, few matters seem to garner greater bipartisan consensus than the fact that we are in the midst of a national affordable housing crisis. Calling it an affordable housing crisis, however, does not fully define the problem. Certainly, if thousands of new affordable housing units were suddenly developed on the least desirable and inaccessible land in any city in an effort to eliminate the deficit in affordable housing units, thoughtful individuals would not think we have resolved the crisis.


URBANLAND MAGAZINE
JANUARY 2019

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In the eye of the housing storm: An interview with Atlanta developer Egbert Perry 

Egbert Perry, one of Atlanta’s better-known chief executives, runs the development firm Integral Group that is redeveloping the old GM plant site in Doraville. For the past 10 years, he had a bird’s eye view of the broader economy as a board member and later as chairman of home mortgage giant Fannie Mae.


ATLANTA JOURNAL CONSTITUTION (www.AJC.com)
JANUARY 2019

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CEO Spotlight - Egbert Perry 

Egbert L. J. Perry, a native of the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, is the Chairman of and Chief Executive Officer of the Integral Group, a company he co-founded in 1993 with a mission to "create value in cities and (re)build the fabric of communities."  Since then, the Atlanta-based Integral has become a premier provider of sustainable real estate and community solutions in emerging markets across the United States and, more recently, internationally.   


JAMES MAGAZINE
SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018

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Dwayne Johnson's "Rampage contributed almost $50 million to Georgia economy

 The Atlanta-filmed action flick "Rampage" is about an invasion of monsters wreaking havoc on a city, but the movie's effect on the Big Peach was anything but disastrous. The film had an economic impact of $48.9 million in Georgia, according to the Georgia Department of Economic Development's Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Office. This includes more than $22 million paid in wages to 2,350 workers...The movie shot in and around Atlanta from October 2016 through September 2017. It reportedly filmed at Third Rail Studios at Doraville, Ga.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
APRIL 12, 2018

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Egbert Perry and Matt Samuelson featured on Closer Look with Rose Scott

A black Oldsmobile was the first car to roll off the assembly line at the General Motors plant in Doraville in November 1947. But the plant’s production days are long behind it. It shut down in 2008 – at the height of the nation’s economic meltdown. In 2014, the plant was sold for $50 million with a plan to re-purpose the site for mixed-use development. The Integral Group is spearheading the project. We get the latest from Egbert Perry, CEO of the Integral Group, and Matt Samuelson, COO for the Commercial Real Estate Division of the Integral Group.

WABE 90.1 FM
APRIL 10, 2018

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Featured Project

EVIVA on Cherokee
Denver, Colorado


Integral in the Community

Empire-REIA Panelist - Eric Pinckney
Arthur M. Blank YMCA 2017 Volunteer of the Year - Eric Pinckney
Georgia Tech Mentor Jackets 2016 Mentor of the Year - Eric Pinckney

 

Integral - Awards and Recognition

2017 CLIDE Award Winner for Village at Rowlett
Best Real Estate Projects 2017: EVIVA Midtown