Check out some KB Advisory Group’s work below.
In January 2021, the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) and Georgia Trend, named Auburn, GA a Visionary City. KB Advisory Group was pleased to learn this news about our client.
Sandy Springs, GA looks to redevelop and revitalize four North End shopping center, adding green space and a mix of housing options.
KB Advisory Group is proud to have assisted the City of South Fulton in creating the municipality’s first two Tax Allocation Districts (TADs).
“The market (in Cherokee Co.) today is not what it was five years ago, and the needs of the households are not what they were five years ago.” Geoff Koski, President – KB Advisory Group.
Christmas came early for Gwinnett County residents. They are the new owners of a struggling mall at the heart of the county, in an area that is very familiar to KB Advisory Group.
On Tuesday, May 27, 2020, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners approved a study to inventory and analyze housing countywide to help guide decisions and policies in the future.
Curbed Atlanta’s 02.10.2020 article highlighted a KB Advisory Group study produced for Midtown Alliance. “Amidst boom, Midtown’s population has nearly doubled since 2000 .”
“We were excited to work on the economic impact analysis for Gwinnett Place because it’s an area that needs to be recognized for its success.” Geoff Koski, President – KB Advisory Group.
In mid-November of 2020, the Jekyll Island Authority board met to continue the conversation around proposed improvements to the island’s Golf Master Plan.
Following a national trend, more people are living and working in the Buckhead urban core of Atlanta, and additional high-rise condos and apartments are in the development pipeline. In the fall of 2020, KB Advisory Group reported that new residential projects were driving growth in Buckhead (Cross-post from the Atlanta Business Chronicle).
KB Advisory Group, working as a subconsultant to Lord Aeck Sargent (LAS), helped the City of Asheville determine the feasibility of three high-impact sites for mixed-use, mixed-income development.
KB Advisory Group conducted a financial analysis of a wide range of options for consideration in a mandatory inclusionary zoning policy. The study assisted Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) with analyzing the potential impact of the mandatory inclusionary zoning policy for the BeltLine Planning Area.
The Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. hired KB Advisory Group (formerly Bleakly Advisory Group) to lead a consulting team tasked with conducting an extensive analysis of affordable housing as part of ABI’s Mixed-Income Transit-Oriented Development Implementation Strategy (MITODIS). The strategy designed coordinates resources, tools, and programs to encourage the development and preservation of 5,600 units of affordable housing in Atlanta’s BeltLine neighborhoods.