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Microsoft moves forward with massive corporate campus project in Atlanta

Tech giant Microsoft Corp. is moving forward with ambitious plans to develop a massive corporate campus on a 90-acre parcel of land on the west side of Atlanta, Ga. over the next decade that will eventually employ thousands of workers.

Architecture firm Cooper Carry and consulting firm APD Urban Planning and Management are working with sustainability consultant Transsolar and market research consultants Noell Consulting Group. Community developers at the Integral Group will consult on projects for the neighborhood with JLL.

Construct Connect
MAY 2022


Mayor Dickens Replaces 4 Of Atlanta Housing Board's 7 Commissioners

Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens has rapidly remade the Atlanta Housing Board of Commissioners in his push to address the city's pressing need for new affordable housing. Four Atlanta Housing board members turned in their resignations, the mayor announced Monday afternoon, including Chair Dr. Christopher Edwards and Vice Chair Kirk Rich, a principal with the Atlanta office of the commercial real estate brokerage firm Avison Young.

BISNOW
MAY 2022


Christian City to honor Community Champions in Atlanta on May 5

Christian City will host its annual Community Champion Awards at 5:30 p.m. May 5 at the Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta.

Honorees will include Egbert Perry in the individual category, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) in the nonprofit category and Norfolk Southern Corporation in the corporate category.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MAY 2022


Atlanta Mayor Dickens replaces a majority of Atlanta Housing board members

Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced Monday that he is replacing a majority of the board members overseeing the Atlanta Housing Authority — a critical agency that provides affordable housing in the city.

Dickens tapped two former government executives, a seasoned technology manager, and the leader of a nonprofit real estate research group to help lead the AHA. New board members Duriya Farooqui, Doug Hooker, Sarah Kirsch and Larry Stewart now must be ratified by the Atlanta City Council.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MAY 2022


As mayor crosses 100-day mark, Atlanta Housing head confident in job security

As Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens crosses his 100th day on the job, some top city officials will be headed back to the job market. But Atlanta Housing CEO Eugene Jones said he’s confident he’ll be asked to stick around the city’s newly rejuvenated housing authority.

ATLANTA CIVC CIRCLE
APRIL 2022


As Microsoft moves forward with massive Westside hub, residents hope promises are kept

Microsoft is moving into the next phase of its plans for building a new campus on Atlanta’s Westside, a massive project sure to have a major impact on a swiftly gentrifying area.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
APRIL 2022


Mixed-Use Development Trinity Mills Station to Add One-0f-A-Kind Water Sculpture

Outside the Lines (OTL), an Anaheim, CA-based design-build construction company that specializes in creating one-of-a-kind water features, fountains, rockwork and themed environments, will be creating a sculptural water feature installation at Trinity Mills Station, a mixed-use development by KOA Partners and The Integral Group in partnership with the City of Carrollton and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).

CONNECTCRE
APRIL 2022


Microsoft enlists help of local community for Atlanta development

Microsoft will partner with local architecture firm Cooper Carry, planning consulting firm APD Urban Planning and Management, sustainability consultant Transsolar and market research consultant Noell Consulting Group on the project. Integral Group will also consult on real estate impact projects and JLL will lead program management.

TECHNOLOGY RECORD
APRIL 2022


Andre Dickens plays peacemaker in first 100 days as Atlanta mayor

Housing developer Egbert Perry first met Andre Dickens years ago, when Atlanta’s new mayor was a city councilman. They didn’t have a particularly close relationship — at the time, Perry’s company was embroiled in a bitter and longstanding legal dispute with the city over ownership of dozens of acres of vacant land.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
APRIL 2022


Microsoft's game-changing Westside project is rumbling to life

In February last year, tech giant Microsoft sent shockwaves through Atlanta economic development circles by confirming its plans to convert 90 acres of Westside land into an innovative jobs center with affordable housing, consuming a site more than four times larger than Centennial Olympic Park.

BISNOW
APRIL 2022


How Can Multifamily Be In A Bubble Without Oversupply? We May Be About To Find Out

Unprecedented rent growth since the start of 2021 and historic levels of liquidity in the capital markets have pushed valuations in the multifamily market to dizzying — and to some, worrying — heights.

BISNOW
APRIL 2022


Microsoft Offers Update on Atlanta Campus Build

Microsoft is building a campus in Atlanta and says it is working with partners to ensure the development is sustainable and has lasting positive impact. Speaking on Thursday, Microsoft says it will actively use community feedback during the 90-acre land development.

WINBUZZER NEWS
APRIL 2022


Microsoft announces next step in Atlanta campus development

On Thursday, Microsoft Corp. announced the planning team that will help ensure community feedback is incorporated at the start of the company’s 90-acre land development on the west side of Atlanta. As part of the company’s commitment to building enduring foundations in the region, this is the next step in a multiyear project that will generate sustainable, positive impact through the creation of new office space, public amenities and infrastructure.

MICROSOFT STORIES
APRIL 2022


Give Mayor Andre Dickens freedom to name his team to Atlanta Housing’s board

It’s time to get out of the lawsuit business. So proclaimed several board members of the Atlanta Housing authority at a specially-called virtual meeting on Feb. 16 when the board approved a settlement agreement with the Integral Group and its development partners over 88 acres of land next to four mixed-income projects.

After years and years of protracted lawsuits and countersuits between Atlanta Housing and Integral, a proposed settlement was announced by Mayor Andre Dickens on Feb. 3, exactly one month after his inauguration.

SAPORTA REPORT
FEBRUARY 2022


After years-long legal battle, Atlanta Housing board votes to finalize settlement with developers

Atlanta Housing (AH) has nearly freed itself from a years-long legal entanglement with Integral Group and its development partners. The housing authority’s board of commissioners on Wednesday approved a settlement deal that spells out how 88 acres of valuable, publicly owned land can be developed.

The move, which still must be approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), could finally end the protracted feud between AH and Integral’s development team for projects that would have included affordable housing.

SAPORTA REPORT
FEBRUARY 2022


Atlanta Housing OKs settlement with developer to signal end of yearslong legal battle

Atlanta’s public housing agency officially signed off on the specifics of a settlement agreement Wednesday that would end the city’s yearslong legal dispute with a prominent developer over dozens of acres of vacant land that could produce affordable housing.

The agreement between the Atlanta Housing Authority and The Integral Group sets the stage for crews to start building on more than 80 acres of land at four sites across the city. The deal must still be approved by federal authorities.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
FEBRUARY 2022


Advocates hope for more affordable housing from Integral deal

The Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA) exists to provide low-income residents with affordable housing. But for five years, a swath of untouched land has stayed in limbo due to a costly legal dispute with a developer. That could soon change after the Housing Authority’s board unanimously passed a resolution Thursday in support of a proposed settlement with the Integral Group over the contested land, some of which is in the heart of downtown.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
FEBRUARY 2022


Deal could give boost to affordable housing in Atlanta

Atlanta’s housing authority and a prominent developer have reached an agreement to resolve a years-long legal dispute over more than 75 acres of prime city-owned land, Mayor Andre Dickens announced Thursday. Appearing with Dickens and Atlanta Housing Authority President Eugene Jones at the announcement was Integral Group CEO Egbert Perry.

Dickens also announced Thursday that he is forming an affordable housing sub-cabinet focused exclusively on the issue. The mayor, who took office a month ago, set a goal of constructing 20,000 affordable units over eight years. He said that could be accomplished, in part, by building on more vacant, city-owned land.

“We’re ready to get to work,” Perry said.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
FEBRUARY 2022


1,700 new housing units coming to downtown Durham area, including vacant Fayette Place

The Durham Housing Authority will build 1,700 new housing units in and near downtown, including on the rubble-strewn Fayette Place property in the historic Hayti neighborhood. The DHA board announced Friday it has approved $470 million in development plans for Fayette Place, the Forest Hill Heights public housing community, and the combined DHA Office and Criminal Justice Resource Center sites.

Durham Housing Authority board approves The Integral Group as development partner for the Forest Hills Heights community

"We will bring our capacity and focus to redefining national standards for communities committed to cultural inclusivity, shared prosperity, and housing affordability," said Vicki Lundy Wilbon, President of Integral’s Real Estate platform. "The Tribute Rising development will leverage the substantial excitement and energy in Durham while respecting, acknowledging, and honoring the history and heritage of the community." Integral’s proposal includes 700 mixed-income residential units and 73,000 square feet of commercial space. (read more)

THE NEWS & OBSERVER
JANUARY 2022


Christian City to honor Egbert Perry, Norfolk Southern & CHOA

Christian City announced today its 2022 Community Champion Awards’ honorees, an extraordinary group of philanthropic leaders who have dramatically improved the lives of individuals in our community and beyond. The Community Champion Awards will pay tribute to Egbert Perry in the Individual category, Norfolk Southern Corporation in the Corporate category and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in the Nonprofit category.

THE CITIZEN
JANUARY 2022


‘The cavalry has arrived’ Pro-Atlanta forces race to stave off Buckhead split

“This is Atlanta. It’s not Buckhead. It’s not Midtown. It’s Atlanta,” said Egbert Perry, the chief executive of the Integral Group development firm. “And Atlanta is a city that comes together to solve problems, not splinters and divides when met with challenges.”

The movement to stave off Buckhead cityhood burst into the forefront with a high-dollar fundraiser that brought business, civic and political leaders together to prevent a divorce that could leave Atlanta without its wealthiest neighborhood.

The Committee for a United Atlanta’s fundraiser drew hundreds of attendees, including many of the city’s most storied names, to rally against the Republican-led legislation that would allow Buckhead residents to vote in 2022 to split from the city. (read more)

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
DECEMBER 2021


The Integral Group Enters Florida Market With Strategic Alliance

The Bravis Group and The Integral Group (Integral), a leading Atlanta-based community development and commercial real estate development and investment firm, have formed a Florida-based strategic alliance. Integral will retain its Atlanta headquarters, the company name, and ongoing business activities.

CITY BIZ
NOVEMBER 2021


Atlanta CEO Egbert Perry shares lessons on affordable housing with Tampa transit leaders (subscription required)

"Community development and transportation forces us all to deal with the tough issues, especially the issues of race and class that are always under the surface waiting to come up to the surface," Perry said.

TAMPA BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL
NOVEMBER 2021


Carrollton, Texas all aboard for ambitious mixed-used project linking rail stations

Carrollton officials are hoping a new mixed-use project will transform an old commercial area on the city’s north side. Called Trinity Mills Station, the development near the southeast corner of Interstate 35E and Bush Turnpike will include offices, apartments and retail surrounding a new public park. There’s also the potential for a hotel. The ambitious project adjoins two commuter rail stations.

Trinity Mills Station, which started construction in October, is a joint effort of developers Integral and Koa Partners, the city of Carrollton and DART.

DALLAS MORNING NEWS
NOVEMBER 2021


The Integral Group enters Florida market with strategic alliance 

The Bravis Group and The Integral Group (Integral), a leading Atlanta-based community development and commercial real estate development and investment firm, have formed a Florida-based strategic alliance. Integral will retain its Atlanta headquarters, the company name, and ongoing business activities.

RELEASE
NOVEMBER 2021


Atlanta wins with Felicia Moore/Andre Dickens run-off 

It’s a new day for the City of Atlanta.

The two of 14 mayoral candidates to advance to the Nov. 30 run-off will be Felicia Moore, president of the Atlanta City Council, and Andre Dickens, an at-large city councilman. Moore garnered 41 percent of the vote, and Dickens managed to edge out former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed for that second run-off spot by only 612 votes.

In other words, the “Kasim cloud” over Atlanta has lifted. The city can now begin to enjoy a new spirit of leadership at Atlanta’s City Hall no matter who wins.

SAPORTA REPORT
NOVEMBER 2021


People on the Move: Denise Cleveland-Leggett has joined Integral 

Denise Cleveland-Leggett has been named a senior vice president at The Integral Group, a prominent Atlanta-based development firm. Cleveland-Leggett recently served as the Southeast region administrator of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), where she managed more than 840 employees in 12 state and field offices.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE
OCTOBER 2021


Going from HUD to Integral, Denise Cleveland-Leggett dwells in possibility 

After months of contemplating her next move and exploring her options, Denise Cleveland-Leggett decided to join Atlanta-based Integral Group to continue to push the envelope in the revitalization of urban America.

SAPORTA REPORT
OCTOBER 2021


Former senior HUD executive joins The Integral Group 

The Integral Group (Integral) announced today that Denise Cleveland-Leggett was named a Senior Vice President. Cleveland-Leggett most recently served as the Southeast Region Administrator of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development where she managed more than 840 employees in 12 state and field offices. The HUD region had annual funding of more than $519 million, multifamily and public housing funding of $5.3 billion, and single-family housing insurance in force of over $236 billion.

RELEASE
OCTOBER 2021


Q&A with Denise Cleveland-Leggett, one of Atlanta’s 2021 Women of Influence 

Atlanta Business Chronicle has named our 2021 Women of Influence. The honorees will be celebrated at an event Oct. 14 at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Here’s a Q&A with one of the honorees, Denise Cleveland-Leggett, senior vice president, The Integral Group.

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
OCTOBER 2021


Atlanta is losing its way 

Egbert Perry, a native of the island of Antigua, is the founder and CEO of the Integral Group, a transformative urban developer. Larry Gellerstedt, an Atlanta native, is the retired CEO of Cousins Properties who has chaired every major local civic and business organization over the years. At a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Atlanta, the two dear friends shared their perspectives of the past and their hopes for the future.

SAPORTA REPORT
SEPTEMBER 2021


Gellerstedt and Perry on Atlanta's challenges: 'hard work' needed on 'tough issues' 

Integral Chairman and CEO Egbert Perry and his long-time friend, retired president of Cousins Properties Larry Gellerstedt, address Atlanta's biggest challenges in a discussion before the Atlanta Rotary Club.

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
SEPTEMBER 2021


Gray Television Purchases Third Rail Studios 

Gray Television, Inc. (“Gray”) (NYSE: GTN) announced today that it has purchased Third Rail Studios in Doraville, Georgia, from The Integral Group for $27.5 million.

YAHOO
SEPTEMBER 2021


Integral Group Elevates Lundy Wilbon To President In International, Modular Pivot 

A longtime executive with Atlanta-based Integral Group has been elevated to a leadership role as the developer eyes expanding operations beyond the U.S. borders.

BISNOW
SEPTEMBER 2021


Integral Names New President of Real Estate 

Vicki Lundy Wilbon has been named President of Real Estate of the Atlanta-based Integral real estate development and investment firm. A 26-year veteran, Lundy Wilbon’s rise reflects the consolidation of the company’s Community Development, Commercial Real Estate, and Property Management divisions under a single leader according to Egbert Perry, Chairman and CEO, Integral.

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RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 2021


Gov. Kemp Announces Advanced Modular Structures LLC. to Create 200 Jobs, Invest $14 Million in Atlanta 

Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Advanced Modular Structures LLC., a modular building enterprise affiliated with Atlanta-based real estate developer The Integral Group, LLC., will create 200 jobs and invest more than $14 million in a new manufacturing facility in unincorporated Fulton County.

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA
AUGUST 2021


Let’s not give up on the dream to become the ‘City of Peace’ 

The vision to brand Atlanta as a city of peace became a bit cloudy recently when local leaders decided to postpone their efforts to host a World Summit for Nobel Peace Laureates in 2023. But the vision is too important to fade away.

SAPORTA REPORT
JUNE 2021


The Integral Group Delivers on Commitment to Economic Development, Jobs, & Housing at Assembly

The Integral Group, owner and master developer of Assembly, today announced that it finalized the sale of the remaining 127 acres of land on the 165-acre site of the former GM plant located in DeKalb County. The Integral Group purchased the site in 2014 for roughly $50M.

RELEASE
APRIL 7, 2021


Integral Group is on the verge of selling Doraville's Assembly

Integral Group, the master developer of Doraville’s former General Motors plant, is on the verge of selling the property, according to people with knowledge of the deal. Integral is considering two buyers — one from out of state and one local company — according to market sources.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
MARCH 2021

Judge Tosses Developer's Abusive Litigation Claims Against Paul Hastings, Lawyers

After racketeering claims made by former Mayor Kasim Reed's administration against Egbert Perry were dropped, the developer sued Paul Hastings and two of its lawyers for abusive litigation. A judge threw out that complaint in a decision.


LAW.COM DAILY REPORT
MARCH 2021

With Integral, everyone could be a winner in Universal’s Housing for Tomorrow project

Heads up, Florida tourism, real estate, and housing leaders. It appears that one of the major players in this competitive field — minority-owned and -led Integral — is looking to come to the Orlando area and positively transform a key part of the community.


FLORIDA POLITICS
MARCH 2021

Some of the biggest projects and properties on Buford Highway

A more than $3 billion burgeoning healthcare hub in Brookhaven and a $2 billion redevelopment of Doraville's former General Motors auto plant bookend a stretch of Buford Highway where investors are searching for potential opportunities.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
JANUARY 2021

Carrollton office project would kick off mixed-use development

Developers hope to break ground in mid-2021 on the first phase of a 25-acre transit-oriented development in Carrollton. It's called Trinity Mills Station, the project is planned near the southeast corner of Stemmons Freeway and Bush Turnpike on Trinity Mills Road. It’s a project of Irving’s Koa Partners and Atlanta-based Integral Group.


DALLAS MORNING NEWS
JANUARY 2021

Doraville approves controversial 840-unit apartment project at Assembly

An 840-unit multifamily project planned as part of the redevelopment of Doraville’s huge former General Motors auto plant is expected to soon break ground after receiving the go-ahead from city officials.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
JANUARY 2021

Hundreds of apartments pitched near Doraville MARTA — not one of them affordable

Nearly 900 apartments are proposed to be built near the Doraville MARTA station as part of a 165-acre redevelopment of the area's former General Motors auto plant, but none would be available to lower-income residents.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
JANUARY 2021

Carrollton’s Upcoming Urban Development at Trinity Mills Station to Feature Picturesque Esplanade as Social Center

Nearly 900 apartments are proposed to be built near the Doraville MARTA station as part of a 165-acre redevelopment of the area's former General Motors auto plant, but none would be available to lower-income residents.


CITY OF CARROLLTON, TEXAS
DECEMBER 2020

Three-Story, 61-Unit Affordable Housing Development Rises in Willowbrook Including permanent supportive housing

Ashley Willowbrook is being developed by Integral Group, an Atlanta, Georgia-based developer which has built mixed-use and multifamily housing projects in markets across the United States.


URBANIZE LOS ANGELES
NOVEMBER 2020

Giant apartment project planned at former Doraville GM plant to include affordable housing

An 840-unit apartment project planned at the former Doraville General Motors plant is now expected to include some affordable housing. Atlanta-based The Integral Group, developer of the 165-acre auto plant property now known as Assembly, is promising Doraville officials some of the apartments would be designated affordable housing, according to a Nov. 4 letter from CEO Egbert Perry.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
NOVEMBER 2020

How COVID Is Making Some Developers Adjust Their Projects

As the conversations around long-term decisions start to percolate again after a six-month pause, some of the ways the coronavirus pandemic has adjusted new and upcoming developments are coming into focus.


BISNOW
OCTOBER 2020

As high-rise rents rise, affordable unit demand increases

Atlanta has long struggled to provide affordable housing. The problem has grown worse as a building spree of high-rise towers has fueled a surging demand for pricey luxury units.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
SEPTEMBER 2020

Could Microsoft development spell trouble for Westside affordability?

The much-anticipated Quarry Yards mixed-use development slated for Atlanta’s Westside appears to be kaput, further complicating already intense speculation about the future of affordable living in the area.


SAPORTA REPORT
SEPTEMBER 2020

Microsoft Buying Major Atlanta Site To Build Offices, Affordable Housing

A global technology giant is among the buyers of a prominent West Atlanta property next to the Bellwood Quarry, with plans on boosting the city’s affordable housing stock while laying the foundation for future office space.


BISNOW
SEPTEMBER 2020

Microsoft behind Quarry Yards purchase

Buyers affiliated with Microsoft are behind the $127 million purchase of the 70-acre Quarry Yards project in Atlanta’s Westside. Three people with knowledge of the deal told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the West Coast tech giant was involved. Two said affordable housing will be part of the project, which could also include office space.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
SEPTEMBER 2020

Pivotal site of Westside project Quarry Yards sells to mystery development group for $127M

The development group behind the planned Quarry Yards including former Georgia Tech star and Braves player Mark Teixeira has sold the 70-acre site of the pivotal Westside Atlanta project for $127 million.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
SEPTEMBER 2020

AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE: Focus on Strong Fundamentals

Egbert Perry discusses his key learning experiences, COVID-19, and his top resident amenity.


AFFORDABLE HOUSING FINANCE
SEPTEMBER 2020

Atlanta Housing sued for wrongful termination by lawyer who worked on controversial deal

Atlanta’s housing authority will have to foot the bill for a years-long legal battle with developer Integral Group and its business partners with non-federal cash, despite the public agency’s efforts to get permission to use U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding for the fight.


SAPORTA REPORT
SEPTEMBER 2020

Long-running legal dispute heats up again between Atlanta developer, city public housing

 

WSB-TV
SEPTEMBER 2020

As developer pressures Atlanta Housing to pay up after settlement, agency concedes to foot legal bill sans HUD help

Atlanta’s housing authority will have to foot the bill for a years-long legal battle with developer Integral Group and its business partners with non-federal cash, despite the public agency’s efforts to get permission to use U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding for the fight.


SAPORTA REPORT
AUGUST 2020

Atlanta Housing officials may sell acres of prime real estate to settle lawsuit

Atlanta Housing officials may be forced to sell off acres land that otherwise could have been used to develop affordable housing in order to raise several million dollars to settle a years-old legal dispute.


ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
AUGUST 2020

Report on troubled culture inside Atlanta Housing Authority says service to clients will be affected

 

WSB-TV
AUGUST 2020

Integral Group to get extension on $40M loan as part of Doraville Assembly redevelopment

Atlanta’s Integral Group is set to receive an extension on a $40 million loan received as part of the proposed $2 billion redevelopment of the former Doraville General Motors auto plant, known as Assembly. The extension is needed to refinance the loan due in part to the coronavirus pandemic’s damaging impacts to the economy, according to a company official.


ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
AUGUST 2020

With Liberty and Justice for All

By Egbert Perry, board member and former chair, Penn IUR Advisory Board

Our nation’s Pledge of Allegiance asserts that we are "one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." But our nation is not indivisible—it never has been—and currently, it is very divided. Though seemingly simple, the situation is complex and very personal.


PENN INSTITUTE FOR URBAN RESEARCH
AUGUST 2020

Abusive Litigation Lawsuit Against Paul Hastings Lives On After Atlanta Dropped Lawsuit Against Developer

The city of Atlanta's suit accusing developer Egbert Perry of racketeering was dropped nearly two years ago; a judge kept alive his abusive litigation claims against Paul Hastings and two of its Atlanta lawyers.


LAW.COM DAILY REPORT
MARCH 2020

EBRPHA details HUD grant plans

A $29.5 million grant awarded to Baton Rouge by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be divided four ways, with $19.8 million going toward housing, $4 million to neighborhood work, $4 million to supportive services and $1.7 million to demolition, according to an announcement from the East Baton Rouge Parish Housing Authority.


GREATER BATON ROUGE BUSINESS REPORT
OCTOBER 2019

Q&A with The Integral Group's Egbert Perry, 2019 Most Admired CEO

The Atlanta Business Chronicle just named our list of Atlanta’s Most Admired CEOs of 2019. They are scheduled to be honored on Aug. 22 at an awards event at The Fairmont. Here’s a Q&A with one of the honorees, Egbert Perry of The Integral Group.

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE
AUGUST 2019


Seeking a common vision – an Atlanta region for all

 The Atlanta Regional Housing Forum held a panel discussion on the topic of equity and housing affordability on June 5 with Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta; developer Egbert Perry; and Lisa Gordon, president and CEO of Atlanta Habitat for Humanity.

"For anyone to have a shot in life, you have to have access to education, a decent living environment and access to employment," Perry said. "If you can address those three, income inequality isn’t the problem it is today."

SAPORTA REPORT
JUNE 2019


Columbia marks opening of new senior housing, thanks to remarkable public-private partnership

Columbia officially marked the opening of the city’s newest senior housing building on Friday, created through a remarkable partnership between local government, private developers and federal investment.

 Veranda at North Main, a 58-unit senior apartment building for people 55 and older, was built by Atlanta-based The Integral Group in partnership with the Columbia Empowerment Zone, Inc. and PNC Bank. The project received $838,000 in low income housing tax credits from the South Carolina State Housing and Finance Authority.

COLUMBIA REGIONAL BUSINESS REPORT
JUNE 2019


Gov. Kemp touts new mini-city development, rides self-driving shuttle

DeKalb County’s top leaders joined Gov. Brian Kemp on Friday to herald the grand opening of the new headquarters for the nation’s largest mattress company.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MAY 2019


Atlanta developer sues law firm over ‘provably false’ charges

A prominent Atlanta developer has filed a lawsuit against a law firm representing the city of Atlanta, claiming attorneys there filed a bogus racketeering lawsuit for the purpose of harming his company.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
APRIL 2019


‘City within a city’ rises on site of shuttered GM plant

A mini-city slated for the site of a shuttered General Motors plant — one of metro Atlanta’s largest redevelopment efforts — is finally coming into full view.

The mixed-used project known as Assembly will soon welcome its first company to occupy space on the 165-acre campus.

ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION
MARCH 2019


Integral, Wanxiang sell high-rise apartment building in Denver for $110.5M

A partnership between Atlanta-based The Integral Group and Chicago-based Wanxiang America Real Estate Group has sold EVIVA on Cherokee, a high-rise apartment building located at 1250 Cherokee St. in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood. The partnership developed the 18-story property in 2017.


REAL ESTATE BUSINESS ONLINE
FEBRUARY 2019

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


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
JANUARY 2019


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