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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 16

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  • Text: for sale in Atlanta ON A COMPETITIVE PROPOSAL BASIS FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND FOR CRITICAL URBAN NEEDS . THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA proposals will be opened Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 EOEOE elds0ey ‘ewueny Suipjing 44nH pze AWWOY NY Bulsnoy ewejy ‘W'Y O0:0T 12 896T “Ss saquiayda pauado aq jim sjesodoud VAuV LNSINdOTSASGSY NV8YN ATIIASVWOHL AHL S ‘SQTIN NUFAN TWIMMAT GO GNYT SNIdANS THAFOTL SISV@ IWSOdOUd FAILILAd NOD VY NO Bue ul a/S 104 URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS TH E FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment area, no proposal can receive cc tion that contemplates an unpermitted use, This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to suc- cessfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary draw ings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The agency will accept such proposals, if any, as it deems to be in the publi devel ¢ interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Re- lopment Law. The following criteria will be used in evaluating each proposal: a. b, C. The excellence of the site plan for the development of the land par- ticularly as it relates to the creation of optimum living environment, ‘The excellence of the architectural design and the quality of the pro- posed construction. The financial responsibility and demonstrated capability of the Re- developer. |. The manner in which the proposed development meets the goals and objectives as set forth in Section 6 of the Invitation for Proposals issued by the Atlanta Housing Authority on June 10, 1968. . The relationship between the rentals to be charged and the number of rooms per unit, size of rooms, and other amenities to be provided by the Redeveloper. - Acceptability of the proposed public facility sites to the agencies involved in their development. BROKERS PROTECTED Ask about tracts in other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404 / 523-6074 A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE CITY OF ATLANTA REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND LOCATION: Tn Southeast Atlanta, 4 miles from the Center of the City, just Southeast of the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary. SIZE: This development competition area includes two tracts totalling approximately 96 acres. DESIGN: The object of this development is an economically and socially balanced residential complex as an integral part of the z community, with major emphasis placed on housing ction of the social and economic groups of Atlanta. A substantial portion of the housing (not less than 300 dwelling units) must be developed under a program Which will as 5 availability ts families of the lowest income group. This design is to include: 2 Housing Recreation Education Commerce Streets & utilities ZONING: The tracts will be rezoned by the Authority to conform to the winning proposal. PRICE: A fixed price of $7,650.00) per acre (17.562¢ per sq. ft.) has been established for the residen d commercial land. The urea is to be computed by a registered Surveyor. The maximum land value acceptable to FHA for areas used for 221(d)(3) housing is $4,500.00 per acre. TERMS: Developer must buy the entire property designated in his plan for residential and commercial use. Land for streets, utilities. schools, parks. and the expressway will be acquired and developed by others. Partial take down of land may be urranged provided substantial housing areas are developed prior to development of the shopping area or areas. All land must be purchased within 24 months sub- ject to commitment by FHA. Proposals are to be submitted for the design of the entire area and the construction of the residential and commercial developments. The development of the Federal Surplus land contained in’ this invitation provides an opportunity to mect some of the most urgent needs of the City of Atlanta: Housing, Education, Recreation, Employment, and other public services. Excellence of plan, quality of design and construction, and the manner in which the developer will meet social and economic goals will be major factors in evaluating proposals. PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED: The Atlanta Housing Au- thority will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on September 5, 1968. at 10:00 AM. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will con- tinue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of six months, or until a proposal has been approved by the Com- missioners of the Authority, whichever shall first occur. Proposal forms, survey plats. and complete details are available from the Atlanta Housing Authority. POPULATION: Estimated 1967 metropoli- tan Atlanta (5 county area) 1,242,000. Atlanta acquires a new citizen every 16.95 minutes. EMPLOYMENT: Each year since 196], the area has added an average of 25,000 wage and salary jobs. MANUFACTURING: Atlanta is the -undis- puted industrial center of the South, Some 1,500 manufacturers produce more than 3,500 commodities in Atlanta. CONSTRUCTION: Remains strong in both commercial and residential fields. Apart- ment construction has been particularly heavy. BUILDING PERMITS: Atlanta is growing at a record rate, and building permits for last year totalled $167 million, This surpassed the $150 million in building permit values for the 12 months in 1964... a record year. Atlanta's building boom has kept the annual figures at about $100 million for over half of the decade. FINANCE: 44 commercial banks, ten of which are national banks, are located in metropolitan Atlanta. Headquarters for Sixth Federal Reserve District, Atlanta ranks ninth in the nation in bank clearings. THE COMMUNITY: Atlanta is a city of beau- tiful homes, rolling terrain, scattered and dense stands of trees. A moderate climate permits year round outdoor activity, At- lanta offers almost 5,000 acres of public parks and playgrounds; 11 major colleges, 20 general and 10 special hospitals, and more than 700 churches of every creed and denomination. In addition to a thriving downtown business district, there are more than 60 suburban shopping centers. At- lanta boasts a new $18,000,000 major league sports stadium and a new $9 million auditorium-convention center. Nearing completion is a $8.1 million arts center. LOCALITY MAP OF THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PARCELS 8B-i8GG-/ MORELAND a ~ > Y 1 z a Ey pu pO 2 od ws an opportunity to desian and develop Scale: 1” = approx. 6 acre neighborhood 400". LMUNE LAINE: OTT A DEVELOPMENT COMPETITION IN THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT GA. -R - 22 This offering invites your proposal for the purchase and development of Parcels BB-1 and CC-1 in the Thomasville Urban Re- development Area, These two parcels represent approximately 96 acres of Fed- eral Surplus land made available for the development of an economically and socially balanced residential complex as an integral part of the surrounding commun- ity. The area is currently surrounded by predominantly residential uses on the north, south and cast. To the west is the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, which will be adequately buffered from this area. To the north is a private apartment complex and single family residences, To the east, in the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Project, are 350 single family dwellings, a park, a proposed elementary school, a 10,2 acre shopping center, and 350 units of public housing under construction. To the south is a single family residential neighborhood, an elementary school, and the South View Cemetery separated from this area by a railroad right-of-way. This competition involves the design of an entire community which includes: HOUSING: A major goal of this develop- ment is to provide housing for a cross sec- tion of the social and economic groups of Atlanta, A substantial portion of the hous- ing (not less than 300 dwelling units) must be developed under a program which will assure its availability to families of the lowest income group. Building types should be varied and may include dwelling units from efficiency apartments for the elderly to five bedroom units for large families. EDUCATION: The developer will be re- quired to designate land in the area to be acquired and developed by the Atlanta Board of Education for two primary schools and a middle school, RECREATION: The redeveloper will be re- quired to designate usable land in the area to be acquired and developed by the City of Atlanta for the expansion of an existing park. COMMERCE: The redeveloper will be per- mitted to designate and acquire land on which a small retail commercial area will be developed to serve the residents and the surrounding community. STREETS AND UTILITIES: Public streets and utilities designated in the Redevelopment Plan will be installed at no expense to the developer. We invite you to study this brochure which gives a brief description of the property, terms of sale and other data. Further de- tails and information are quickly and readily available from the Atlanta Housing Authority. The maximum land values acceptable to F.H.A, for areas used for 221 (d)(x) hous- ing is $4,500.00 per acre subject to out- standing underwriting instructions and will represent the fair value of land for use in cost certification, when required.
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 8, Folder topic: Housing department | 1969
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 40

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  • Text: March 6, 1969 Mr. Edwin L. Sterne, Chairman Atlanta Housing Authority 639 Trust Company of Georgia Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Eddie: Thirty-one years ago the Atlanta Housing Authority was established to provide for decent shelter for the less fortunate citizens of Atlanta. Under the Authority leadership, the very first low-rent public housing project in America was built - Techwood Homes. Since that time, AHA has built and operated some 10, 550 units ef public housing and has almost 1,587 units under construction for occupancy very soon. At the same time, AHA has been the administrative arm for the City of Atlanta urban redevelopment program. Like the public housing program, the urban renewal program has long been recognized as one of the most outstanding in the United States... No one can deny this fact! The Atlanta Housing Authority has been a moving force behind the growth and development of this city. Over the years since the inception of AHA, we have seen staggering changes in the economic, social and political face of Atlanta, AHA, like many other successful forces in the city, has been an agent for much of this change. It has, in fact, undergone much change in itself. Any organization which exists for any length of time builds up policies and procedures which must undergo constant review and revision as the environment in which it operates undergoes revision and evolution. Mr. Sterne Page Two March 6, 1969 The demands of the Tenants United for Fairness (TUFF) is a manifestation of one of the most profound changes in our society of the last decade. The rising expectations of the poor and forgotten for a bigger voice in the things which affect theim lives have united many individuals in hopes that the many voices joined together will be heard. The voices of these people might not always be right, but they must be heard, | It is my thought that the best interests of all the city could be served by a general public review of AHA policies and procedures and revision of such policies and procedures where this might be necessary to protect and satisfy the city as a whole. I do not intend to imply that AHA is right or wrong in any way so far as charges of TUFF are concerned. ButI do feel that AHA, through its own initiation, might do everyone a great good by calling for a general review of its operations, This might be done by setting up a blue ribbon committee of AHA commissioners, tenant representatives and leaders from the Chamber of Commerce, Christian Council, League of Women Voters, etc. Professional consultant help might also be brought in to assist such a committee, I realize such a step could be a painful experience. At the same time, it might be the less painful route in the long run, I will appreciate your comments and thoughts, Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAIrify ee ee! ye a a ee ee ee en ee ee ee ee ee a ee ee eer
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 19

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  • Text: PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal FOR S E forms, and will be glad to answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price has been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than this will be considered. AL ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Author- ity on February 5, 1969 at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold. URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consider- ation that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neigh- bors and of values. All Is must include a by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in prelimi- nary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully con- sidered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; However, no propesal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, par- a en rs THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA Urban Redevelopment. Proposals will be opened Proposals will be opened February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY ‘ 824 HURT BUILDING Atlanta Housing Authority ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 824 Hurt Building 523-6074 Atlanta, Georgia 30303
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 6

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  • Text: ITY oF THE city oF ATLANTA. GEORGIA “824 HURT BUILDING © ATLANTA 3, GA. @ JACKSON 3-6074 May 23, 1969 Mr. R. Earl Landers Administrative Assistant City Hall Atlanta, Georgia RE: PARCEL 17 BEDFORD-PINE Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia A-2-1 Gentlemen: We have just issued an invitation for proposals to buy and develop one of the most desirable small office building sites in the City of Atlanta. The site is located on the southeast corner of Piedmont Avenue and Forrest Avenue - just south of the new ATLANTA CIVIC CENTER which will provide a beautiful background to viewers looking north. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives all details of the offering and shows that the site is composed of 90,558 square feet and has a minimum established price of $440,000.00. The tract has building set-back lines of 85 feet on Piedmont Avenue and 90 feet on Forrest Avenue. The height is limited to six (6) stories. Proposals must be made on our forms and are to be opened in our offices at 10:00 A. M. o'clock on November 25, 1969. If you need the proposal forms or additional information, please advise us. Remember, we shall gladly pay a sales commission in accordance with the schedule suggested by the Atlanta Real Estate Board. Very truly yours, EL Rceraw Philip E. Vrooman, Chief Real Estate Disposition Branch PEV:hen Enclosure
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 17

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  • Text: &.) HOUSING AUTHORITY oF tHe city of ATLANTA, GEORGIA 824 HURT BUILDING * ATLANTA 3, GA. « JACKSON 3-6074 August 13, 1968 Mr. Dan E. Sweat, JYre City Hall 7 Re: Parcels 22 and 23 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site Gentlemen: We are re-offering this shopping center site with a much lower price and far better terms. The price is now $512,000 for both parcels and $424,000 for Parcel 23 alone. The Redeveloper must deposit 5% of the purchase price as a Proposal Deposit at the time of making a proposal. If the proposal is accepted, no additional money is required to be deposited for a period of one year, at which time he must sign the contract and deposit earnest money totalling 20% of the purchase price. This is worth another look. See the attached sales bro- chure for details of the offering and the property. Proposals are to be opened in our office at 10:00 A. M. on October 8, 1968. If you need additional information, or want the forms for making a proposal, please advise us. Very truly yours, Ghd 6 LR 00n Aw Philip ‘E. Vrooman, Chief Real Estate Disposition Section PEV:hcn Enclosure
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 10

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  • Text: ‘HOUSING AUTHORITY oF tHe city of ATLANTA, GEORGIA 824 HURT BUILDING © ATLANTA 3, GA. « JACKSON 3-6074 February 2, 1968 Rez: Parcels 22 and 23 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site Gentlemens We are attaching a sales brochure of a new 1 acres offering being made for use as a shopping center. It is bounded by Oak, Gordon, Lee and Dunn Streets and approximately two miles from the center of Atlanta. A minimum price has been established for both parcels at $861,000.00, but proposals may be made on Parcel 23 alone which has a minimum price of $713, 000,00. Reference to the brochure shows that the property is well located, easily accessible and across Dunn Street from the big West End Store and Parking Garage of Sears Roebuck & Gompany. Proposals must be made on our forms and will be opened in our offices at 10:00 A. M. o'clock on June 12, 1968. If you need additional information or proposal forms, please advise us. Very truly yours, thle EF UG rnin Philip E. Vrooman Chief, Real Estate Disposition Section PEVehcn Enclosures
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 1

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  • Text: Sere es As a Ce a Ss Ae al RS EA RE a eS — Ate Mr. J. S. Edwards 601 Antoine Graves Homes 126 Hilliard Street, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia | Dear Mr. Edwards: was signed by you and several of your neighbors, regarding the condition being created fertilizer ! | May I acknowledge receipt of your letter which | which has been piled up. | I have discussed this matter with the Atlanta Housing Authority, and they assured me that it will be removed immediately. lappreciate your bringing this to my attention. Sincerely, i Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr:am
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 42

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  • Text: EDWIN L. STERNE CHAIRMAN GEORGE S. CRAFT VICE CHAIRMAN J. 8. BLAYTON FRANK G. ETHERIDGE JACK F. GLENN M. B. SATTERFIELD EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND SECRETARY LESTER H. PERSELLS ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CARLTON GARRETT DIRECTOR OF FINANCE GILBERT H. BOGGS DIRECTOR OF HOUSING HOWARD OPENSHAW DIRECTOR OF REDEVELOPMENT 824 HURT BUILDING GEORGE R. SANDER ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 TECHNICAL DIRECTOR JACKSON 3-6074 We thought you might be interested in seeing Page 11 of this issue of the ATLANTA INQUIRER that features an entire page of news from Atlanta's low rent housing projects. From time to time in the future, Jesse Hill, publisher of the INQUIRER, is making it possible for us to furnish such a page of news and pictures. Margret Ross, Public Information Officer
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 48

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  • Text: ATLANTA, GEORGIA Ofte of lhe Ivan Allen, Jr., Mayor Dit | Shntd Chir go rr YH. is taty ful. Mloaf ohr yu Seg or
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 44

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  • Text: ‘TC Sours To Top TCH- The original seenderack from Monywn's hitcolor television production starring Diana Rosa and The Supremes wich The Tempcations fs now the eation's number-one selling album, The fabu= ‘toas pop music albem soared to the top of the trade charts within six weeks after its release. ‘Sipaificantly, the TCE (Taking Care of Bosiness) album knocked the Beatles our of the number-one slot, Motown now dosninates the LP charts with 14 top selling alburna of which Diana Ross and The Supremes and The Tempeatices account fo for Dr. Bond In Lecture Series Hampton Resigns From UNCF, Voorhees Becomes New Member Rep. Dean Challenges NEW YORK = Ose of the charter members of the United Negro College Fund and a member of the Fund for 25 years, Harmpten Insd- jolntly today by Dr. Jerome ‘H, Holland, President of Hampton and Gr, Stephen J. Wright, Presideat of the United Negro College Fund, At the same time, Dr, Wright announced the elect= Voorhees College. {stig Fesignation, Dr, Holland said that nee has enjoyed _and greatly bonefited from Ok's School Plan = SAVANNAH, GA, --¥. Law, president of the local branch ofthe National Asso~ ‘ciation for the Advancement Savannah NAACP "= tts long time membership in the Fond." sald, “we realize that Hiamp~ toe Is a strong inatination and ‘has ‘come of age’ in itafund~ raising, We are also prowl te weleome Voorhees inte membership."* UNCF announced Just this ‘week that it received the re~ cord sum of $6,943,773 dur~ ing the 1968 campaign, re- parted by campaign chairman and treasurer George Cham= plen as “the largest annual decrease in the Fumi's 25- ‘year history. “T feel." said Mr, Cham- “that the significant ise in campaign income last year, war dum largely po the increased awareness and re- sponse of corporaniong, foun- dations, and individuals to the Fund's appeal to support Reality higher education for Negro ER FEBRUARY 22, Diz Comes To La Carousel For One- Week Engagement ‘La Carousel ty announces the open= ing of “Dizzy” Gillespie on Friday, February Zi for « one week engagement, placed his same on the scroll of timeless greats of jarz. The Gillespie influence has made its tmpact on virtually every important group in the world, From sidemen to fameus began the trombone ard a year larer for the first time learned to play the instrument that was te bring him fame, That same year at the age of fifteen and alerted masic lovers the work! over that Oizy of- Jespie. the ‘King of Jazz" was fouring the world once again, « aThis time on a spinming Platter of wax, Wale Help Wanted Inparance Sales-Major Com= pany. Salary, Commission, Bonus, Fringe benefice Call_ 766-3695 Atlanta University opened a South Carolina NAACP Newble among recent speeches by 76th District tiecal and Social Researcher the University this week on “Black Education," iaey Edocaron of Back Folks February 10 fo the Ed of World War A grouped over 300 persons und washeldinDean SageAu- erowded the college atcli~ dtoriem, at Tea0pm. Tues= day. elal worker turned politician De, Bond's second lectare forcefully urge young black inte series willbeon March Americans tw " don “Higher Esucation of system and besd ittothe very Black Folk in the Unined States," to be followed om April 23 with "Three Court Deelstons: Pees Fargo rhes29S4 Doctors” People, C Clubs. rom Page 4 4.5. Stafford to the hosters, Members and guests enjoying the evening included Mrs, RE, Henley, Mra, T, G, GleenMrs, X, E, Wilborn, Mrs, M, J. Jacksce, Rev. and Mrs, L, 8. Brown, Mrs, UL, Davenport, Rev. and Mra, Hi, M, Smith, Mrs, C, L, Duugh- tery, Rev, and Mrs, WF, Young, Rev, and Mra, C, A, Watkies, Mrs. A, G, Davis, Mrs, T, R, Pollock, Rev, and Mrs. F, ©. Taylor, Rev, and Mrs. LM, Terrill, Rev, ani Mrs. Y, Glover, Mra. R, B, Nails, Mrs. 5,W, Rocker, and Rev. and Mrs, MLA, Linsey, Also Mrs, 5, Gregory, Mrs, Asnle M,. Jackson, Mrs, Loctem, Rev, and Mrs, W, J. M, Terrell, Mrs, J. H. Weatherspool, Mra, G, Mrs, J. J. Norwood. Rev. and Mrs, Williams P, King, Mrs, 1, P, Ward, Rev. and Mrs. W, R, McCall, Rev, and Mra. J, ©, Strickland, Rev, und Mrs. A, W, Willams, Rev, ant Mrs. E. |. Humptrey, Mrs. J, 5, Stafford, Rev, and Mrs, V, McKinney, Mra. W, H, Coverson, Mrs. R, Marion, Mrs. J, Merrit, Mrs, Clay, Miss Joy Arnold, Mrs, Corine Echols, Mrs. Ruth Cromus, Miss [Metrich Rocker, Mra. Pauline Walton, Mra, J, M, Mitchell, Mrs, H, L, Redmon, Mise Pauline Ward and Mr, and Mrs. West, Mrs. M, L. Lockett ts president and Mrs, M, A, Linsey is the reporter, ‘Girls Glub staff leaders and volunteers represen clubs in Atlacts, Columbus, Gainesville and Rome, Ga and Phenix City, Ala, will participate in a state-wide workship te be held February 24 in Atlanta at the Atlanta Girts’ Club's West End Branch, Miss Lillian "Stormy" Hesel, Southern Region fleld Service director of Girls Clubs of America, is in charge reece Tee nese 1 Mall er and rolun= teers are expected to attend, Mra, J. Rebert Eubanks of Atuncs, cational presideng of GCA, and Mrs, Carel J, Boggs. executive director of the Atlanta Girls’ Club will welcome the delegates. Also Present will be Mra, F, L, Picome of Atlanta, chairman of the national annual conference of Girls Clube of Ameri- a to be held here April 13-16, ‘The workshop will begin with » coffee hour at 930 a.m, and will comclude at 1 pam, Female Help Wanted ‘Senior = Social LINEMEN AND CABLE HELPER’ APPLY 51 WY STREET oo! MON-SAT, 6:30-4:30 ___— ——_____ ‘thy plan, particulary in ‘ght of population changes and the uncertain expansion plans of the school board,"" Should the developments prove to have "a negative effect on the plan...we would call for court review and puraly » political one. “Pol bir comrt fwerruption of Police is scton ineead ef He nied. thatthe NAACP idle talk, Politics ts the only “will pay unugdal attention type of Black to the overall effect on Inte Power”, he said. gration that the plan will ‘Mr, Deamused the current have," experiences of the "black co- The plan's petmary chen rogether maximum political effective= ness.” Alter returaing to Atlanta. oa February ll, Mr. Dean in~ troduced what could become the fret piece of civil rights lngistationenactedin Georgia in recent years. The bill pro~ vides that no state, county, ‘DENTAL LagORATORT a DENTAL PLATES REPAIRED & DUPLICATED ONE HOUR SERFICE ‘Wigh Quality at Low Pei eed Caner laa we ‘Turner, Richardt, White, Age B, Hadley ant Herbert Lahorers Needed MANPOWER INC. 141 Alabama St., 5.4. iJ SUITE 414 BLOOD TESTS FOR BARBE.!S, AND BEAUTICIANS, PREGNANCY TESTS, PRE-MARITAL TESTS Medical Laboratory Associates 250 AUBURM AVE., W.E. _ mw. 84318 AM. 1:30 Closed Wednesday D FELLOWS BI 523-8691 WAOK 1380 All Std. Factory eqt. Finance \-E ; ded HLT ar 4dr: Sedon $399 CASH OR TRADE on'$16, 3022 see WILL TAKE LES YOUR CHOICE: ‘69M MUSTANG With ail ved B POR RD a eA es
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 21

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  • Text: INDUSTRIAL SITE 0] ae SALE on a competitive basis PARCEL 28 University Center Urban Redevelopment Area PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED JANUARY 22, 1969, 11:00 A. M. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE TH MAKE A PROF This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside University Center Urban Redevelopment Area. .. an are and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlante Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a location makes it highly desirable from an accessibility public transportation, or by main thorofares. Well | area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the O PERMITTED USES Light Manufacturing, including but not limited to processing, packaging, print- ing, needle trades, plumbing shop or tire recapping. Repair Shop. Warehouse. Wholesale Sales. Service Station. Re- tail Store or Food Service, primarily serving the industrial area. No use will be permitted in the Industrial Area which may be obnoxious or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or vibration. LOCATION AND SIZE: At the corner of Bailey and Stonewall Streets, just West of Northside Drive, in the University Center Urban Redevel- opment Area. Has over 200 feet frontage on Stonewall Street; 150 on Bailey Street. Consists of 26,285.03 square feet or .60342 acres of land. IMPROVEMENTS: Water, natural gas, electricity, sanitary sewage, storm drainage, paved streets. QO ZONING: This property is zoned for light manu- facturing ... M-l. PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED: The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price of $16,500.00 has been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than that will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on January 22, 1969, at 11:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not re- ceived, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THIS PROPERTY AND MAKE A PROPOSAL! This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside Drive in Southwest Atlanta... in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area . .. an area comprising colleges, housing projects and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlanta Baking Company and Bostrum Brady Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a number of Industrial uses .. . and its location makes it highly desirable from an accessibility standpoint, as it is easily reached by public transportation, or by main thorofares. Well located to quickly serve the downtown area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the next fold. ™ \\ SIOMITCHELL STREET DRIVE STREET PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR THIS PROPERTY $16,500.00 Proposals for less than this amount cannot be considered. In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully com- plete the proposed improvements set forth in pre- liminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a deter- mination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the pro- posed price to be paid for the land; the compat: ability of the proposed development to other ex- isting and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed develop- ment; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area—this is funda- mental to the whole basic concept of Urban Re- development. BROKERS PROTECTED Ask About Tracts in Other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 25

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  • Text: A beautiful location... - Adjacent to the Expressways .. . Minutes from downtown Atlanta Business and Shopping Areas... This is a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area... with good frontage on two major streets and quick access to downtown and suburban business afeas ... in fact just about any place in the Southeast. Located at a major exit of Interstate 20... LOCATION In Southwest Atlanta, South- west of the intersection of Ashby and Oak Streets .. . at an Exit of I-20... less than 2 miles from the center of Atlanta’s main business district ... very conveniently situated . . . a key property in the planned redevelopment of the area ... and long frontages on Oak and Ashby Streets. SIZE Parcel 20 consists of 3.0163 acres (131,390 square feet). IMPROVEMENTS Paved streets, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, natural gas, electricity. ZONING The property is zoned C-3 for — hotel, motel or motor hotel. PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the property or the method of making pro- posals. F Minimum price has been established on this parcel and no proposals with a pur- chase price less than established mini- mum will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on April 17, 1968, at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve (12) months or until a proposal has been accepted by the Agency, whichever shall first occur. Proposal forms, survey plats, and complete details are available on request. A beautiful location... Adjacent to the Expressways .. . Minutes from downtown Atlanta Business and Shopping Areas... This is a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area... with good frontage on two major streets and quick access to downtown and suburban business areas . ..:in fact just about any place in» the Southeast. Located at a major exit of Interstate 20... . near main expressway connectors and interchanges .. . with excellent ex- posure to heavy traffic . . . yet very easy to get to. This parcel has been designated a Transient Housing Area A building or premise shall be used only for the following purposes: Hotel, motel, or motor hotel and incidental accessory uses including but not limited to, restaurants, barber and beauty shops, gift shops, florist shops, apoth- ecary shops and book or stationery stores. rim, Parcel 20 $205,000 Proposals for less than this established minimum will not be considered. URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no pro- posal can receive consideration that contem- plates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the developer showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in prelimi- nary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a de- termination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Authority will accept such proposals, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law. In evaluating the proposals, the Authority will consider the compatability of the pro- posed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the ex- cellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the pro- posed development; and the size of the ‘proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area—this is funda- mental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. BROKERS PROTECTED Ask about tracts in other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404/523-6074
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 14

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  • Text: USING AUTHORITY OF THE cITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA 824 HURT BUILDING * ATLANTA 3, GA. « JACKSON 3-6074 June 1h, 1968 Mr, Dan E. Sweat, Jre City Hall = Re: Parcels BB-1 and CC-1 Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-22 96 Acres of Federal Surplus Land Gentlemen: The Housing Authority of the City of Atlanta has just made an offering of residential and commercial property with provisions for proposals to be evaluated for acceptance on criteria other than price. The Housing Authority has issued an invitation for proposals for the pur- chase and redevelopment of the residential and commercial portions of an entire tract of approximately 96 acres of Federal Surplus land which has been a part of the United States Penitentiary and now, by Amendment to the Project Plan, a part of the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area. Complete details of this offering, including the critert@ which will be used in evaluating proposals, are set forth in the enclosed sales brochure. Proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of this property must be sub- mitted at a public meeting to be held in the office of The Housing Authority at 10:00 A. M. on the 5th day of September, 1968, on forms to be furnished by the Agency. If you need additional information or desire to make a proposal, please advise us. Very truly yours, E LReomeny Philip & Vrooman Chief, Real Estate Disposition Section PEV:hen Encl osure
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 20

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  • Text: IORITY of tHE city of ATLANTA, GEORGIA S10 7) ~~ @24 HURT BUILDING »* ATLANTA 3, GA. «© JACKSON 3-6074 December 2, 1968 Mr, Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 RE: Parcel 28 University Center UR Area Project Georgia R-1ll (Industrial Property) Gentlemen: We are attaching a sales brochure which gives all the details of the offering of the above described industrial property. The property fronts 200 feet on the southwest side of Stonewall Street and 150 feet on the southeast side of Bailey Street. It is located only a block from Northside Drive. It has an area of 26,285 square feet and is zoned M-1 and has a minimum sales price of $16,500.00 Proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of this tract of land must be made on our forms and will be opened in our office on January 22, 1969, at 11:00 A. M. If you need additional information or need the forms to make a proposal, please advise us. Very truly yours, hp s ars Philip E. Vrooman, Chief Real Estate Disposition Branch PEV:hen Enclosure
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 22

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  • Text: 4 T (: OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA “" §@24 HURT BUILDING * ATLANTA 3, GA. » JACKSON 3-6074 December 13, 1968 Mr, Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 RE: Parcel 10 University Center UR Area Project Georgia R-1l Commercial Use Gentlemen: We are re-offering this commercial property at a reduced sales price of $30,000.00. It contains 32,617 Square feet and fronts 213 feet on the south side of Greensferry Avenue, 124 feet east of Ashby Street. The property is well located in the University Center Area and there are many permitted uses for which it may be dev- eloped. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives the details of the offering and the dimensions of the property. If you need additional information or wish to make a proposal, please advise us. Verytyuly yours, Philip E. Vrooman, Chief Real Estate Disposition Branch PEV:hen Enclosure
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 3

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  • Text: PS anta, a. pe | LY 1969. Th Hononalle Ivan H (illisn a. ae of ae Rtlomta, MA. i i be all os ae [ond Ey cen dm th plead Ab. t prarkr wf the Atunds reg jon fcr sir d, we of the oe oe ode jdond fon wun toa Lrtathe inv ae | “de yatta sabia nt t a 2% Al ee ae ex JU 6A» Ltda Zclew ade hi 0 abvnte Padiios. wes Sa C OS Aarle saz Tp Ansan boerwnse' . i ae ee | Ope hie C. a This a fo'etur eee fhb Hallion DA 35. abot — Itlowda ,Na,3 038 12 i bobdeh OY RR ee ae hay Hall 6% ynttdall bth Ltt anta, Sa 26363
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 29

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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 50

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  • Text: DEC3 0 1968 ALONZO F, HERNDON HOMES S11 JOHN STREET, N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 << WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NOT WANT T.U.F.F. TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIFV= ANCES--WE ARE ABIE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT?S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES. APARTMENT IF YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMFNT » PJEASE SIGN, THANKS ALONZO F. HERNDON HOMES 511 JOHN STREET, N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NOT WANT T.U.F.F. TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEV= ANCES~-WE ARE ABLE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT'S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES. L APARTMENT Bot nt Eee es 8 ia Cases YA IE en Pe y 2/ New. Tek. Gad th Phe cagh Hhoge Ab, y, AL K2Y 4 20 IF YOu AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMENT, PIEASE SIGN, THANKS ALONZO F, HERNDON HOMES 511 JOHN STREET, N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NOT WANT T.U.F.F. TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEV- ANCES--WE ARE ABIE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT#S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES . NAME APARTMENT PD Tt Perera piordir 493 Ny BAe a ave (ot howe a ee | rE The, Matha Pro wie 4 37 Poe. ret ls Mpnearr a Natl he IF YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMENT, PIBASE SIGN, THANKS ALONZO F. HERNDON HOMES 511 JOHN STREET, N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NO? WANT T.U.F.F, TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEV= ANCES--WE ARE ABIE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT'S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES.” NAME APARTMENT ae ude 29% Wa: Leergeteu thos Msrgore a Vd If YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMENT, PIEASE SIGN. THANKS ALONZO F. HERNDON HOMES 511 JOHN STREET, N.W. ; ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NOT WANT T.U.F.F. TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEV~ ANCES--WE ARE ABLE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT'S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES. NAME APARTMENT — fihebihl Mil . { a , oP: De Lick yea an 3 G Lene yea [4 ( J te Moth 1H. sp van limbs a _ hg Uh te Abbenlt St Edode cer + Jit eee, p3e- IF YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMENT, PLEASE SIGN, THANKS
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 47

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  • Text: SC Lp AL: / W- ashes My. LG Cntr a a ei oun Ve the Block Leader's of ‘the Henry Grady-Graves HomesCommunity are concerned as to whether or not the residences of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tenants United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with Management, or would you prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our owm community? If you are in favor of TUFF handling our problems, please sign your name under "YES", If not, please sign under "NO", Wy. ZY syed Blake 2; POM ache, 0 fe i pgp ra, Wag gue tide 40 que. Dallx Bay of? Ta gl a, eae me - | Sa, rs bho € entaleip A ang 7. “nw & Ane —_ — MAS, " , VW ' , eS &; O° YS OYE Li ( CK QE» b | tA Ps Tart 2 ys, Ale 3 Vf Pores Step tte +3 NAL Gaye ler CHER, A 7 Bek — £ wi thi pare jae “lw, € 2) Be OREO iC ain Hyg “ae mw oe om . 37 <, a 2? Coa = Wher Buse Fo bar eaders of the Henry Grady~Graves HomesCommunity are concerned as to whether or not the residences of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tengnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with Management, or would you prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our owm community? If you are in favor of TUFF handling our problems, please sign your name under "YES", If not, please sign under "NO", Jnr. Waste! 3 Cirand*2 83 ura Prat Henclerasn)® SI na. lena Baw ASST Vhs cad FYI ore ND mee ‘a / e Jr vy LHL BY § Qn fect ae PVA. BrndeQ Laer, 31% Vita Ashby Manhece fz 9/ le “Myo Pinta WMbcemont 57? * MA sabes OLemoal2Y 99. [Wa Ofgnk. l.. Hiéitetocpe, Mpr- 7 ur PU lull 432. di, Lm (LE Mh“ RIG Wee GOe 7970 Srosir LYS) Wr Sarina rn 4 =, fiw: bok jie oat sé | [te nes wt G Cpe (mt Buy - \ el a shins ME. uy : “6 Bele [SOB td Aheewr fue Srtlee SOF Yr Fe a Vie the Block Leaders of the Henry Grady-Graves HomesCommunity are concerned as to whether or not the residenges of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tengnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with Management, or would you prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our own community? s If you are in favor of TUFF handling our proWems, please sign your name under "YES", If not, please sign under "NO", Va 4 7 AA spa WV "Nth eran 0931 Lapntere AL SE AST
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 18

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  • Text: = eS FOR SALE Atlanta Shopping Center G AUTHORITY EN North Interstate 20 er qanraee aera se aqiML It Y panna q 7 a aaaad » Ls ye Aieit ‘ THIS STRATEGICALLY LOCATED SHOPPING CENTER SITE OFFERED FOR SALE ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS INTERSTATE 20 Downtown Atlanta Business 254.37 425.94 PARCEL 22 : District 111,935.196 SQ. FT. ane 2.5697 ACRES Here is an ideal shopping center site consisting of over 14 acres of land... close in... just 2 miles from the center of the City... and in one of the great residential trading areas of Atlanta. OAK STREET 2 Miles Adjacent to Sears Roebuck famous West-End Store. This site has long Frontages on key streets . . . Oak, Gordon and Lee and Dunn Streets which provide easy and quick access. Interstate 20 could bring in cus- tomers from just about anywhere in the Metropolitan area. Interstate 75 & 85 PARCEL 23 538,146.616 SQ. FT. 12.3541 ACRES Improvements include water, natural gas, electricity, sanitary sewage, storm drainage, paved streets. po wy = Da z = 2 i 2 — c Fa ea m 2 a Zoning is Commercial, C-2. We invite you to inspect this property... study its po- tential . . . get more detailed information from the Atlaxita Housing Authority ...and submit your proposal. This is an excellent property...and one that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area. GORDON STREET LEE STREET PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR BOTH PARCELS $512,000.00 $424,000.00 for Parcel 23 alone. Proposals for Parcel 22 alone are not acceptable (proposals with prices less than these cannot be considered). Redeveloper, when submitting his Proposal, makes a Proposal De- posit in the amount of 5% of the purchase price. One year after ac- ceptance of the Proposal, the Re- developer must sigh the Agreement for Disposition of Land and pay a total of 20% as Earnest Money. Six months later sale is to be closed. ee LS Se Stt—t—OSES; PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary pro- posal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. Minimum prices have been es- tablished for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than these will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on October 8, 1968 at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable pro- posal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive pro- posals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold. URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive con- sideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial re- sponsibility and capability to successfully complete the pro- posed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be con- sidered. The primary objective of this invitation for proposals to buy and redevelop this property is the receipt and acceptance of one which contemplates the erection of a modern shopping center with an enclosed air-conditioned mall. Other acceptable proposals will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed develop- ment, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area—this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED October 8, 1968 ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 523-6074
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