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Box 21, Folder 21, Complete Folder

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  • Title: Box 21, Folder 21, Complete Folder
  • Text: ——e —_ ee i / LAW OFFICES ARNALL, GOLDEN & GREGORY FULTON FEDERAL BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 AREA CODE 404-525-2991 ELLIS ARNALL SOL |. GOLDEN CLEBURNE E. GREGORY, JR. H. FRED GOBER ELLIOTT H. LEVITAS JAMES L. ADAMS eens JONATHAN GOLDEN JACKSON COOK May 18, 1967 ALVAN S. ARNALL ee EDWARD 5S. SAMS WILLIAM |. CROSBY Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Arle City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Mayor: We represent interests in Washington desirous of providing a turn-key housing project in the southeast section of Atlanta in the general area of the Atlanta Federal Peniten- tiary. The 30-acre tract, suitable for turn-key housing of approximately 400 units, is under the same ownership as a 300-unit adjoining 608 apartment project built 15 years ago as FHA insured housing. The tract under consideration is on the edge of the Negro housing expansion area and should alleviate any possible issues that normally would arise based on the location of the project. The owner of the property will sell both the tract and the apartments as a package. Mr. Gilbert Boggs, in charge of turn-key housing for the Atlanta Housing Authority, and his associates apparently consider the site unusually attractive due to the fact that it is in a neighborhood for influx and will neither perpetuate "ghetto" housing or perpetrate "block-busting." The Atlanta Housing Authority seems to be prepared to lease the existing apartments under HAA authority and to con- tract for a turn-key project on the adjoining land provided necessary approvals are secured. A critical element in this matter is the impact on the city of a project of this size and will require the approval of the Mayor which the Housing Authority, I understand, is seeking. Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. May 18, 1967 Page # 2 We hope that the circumstances are such that the proposal will meet with your approval. With best personal regards and all good wishes, Sincerely yours, ‘& a fie. ee Ellis Arnall Arnall, Golden & Gregory EA:hbl
  • Tags: Box 21, Box 21 Folder 21, Folder topic: Atlanta Neighborhood Improvement Association | 1967
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Box 21, Folder 21, Document 1

http://allenarchive.iac.gatech.edu/originals/ahc_CAR_015_021_021_001.pdf
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  • Title: Box 21, Folder 21, Document 1
  • Text: ——e —_ ee i / LAW OFFICES ARNALL, GOLDEN & GREGORY FULTON FEDERAL BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 AREA CODE 404-525-2991 ELLIS ARNALL SOL |. GOLDEN CLEBURNE E. GREGORY, JR. H. FRED GOBER ELLIOTT H. LEVITAS JAMES L. ADAMS eens JONATHAN GOLDEN JACKSON COOK May 18, 1967 ALVAN S. ARNALL ee EDWARD 5S. SAMS WILLIAM |. CROSBY Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. Arle City of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Mayor: We represent interests in Washington desirous of providing a turn-key housing project in the southeast section of Atlanta in the general area of the Atlanta Federal Peniten- tiary. The 30-acre tract, suitable for turn-key housing of approximately 400 units, is under the same ownership as a 300-unit adjoining 608 apartment project built 15 years ago as FHA insured housing. The tract under consideration is on the edge of the Negro housing expansion area and should alleviate any possible issues that normally would arise based on the location of the project. The owner of the property will sell both the tract and the apartments as a package. Mr. Gilbert Boggs, in charge of turn-key housing for the Atlanta Housing Authority, and his associates apparently consider the site unusually attractive due to the fact that it is in a neighborhood for influx and will neither perpetuate "ghetto" housing or perpetrate "block-busting." The Atlanta Housing Authority seems to be prepared to lease the existing apartments under HAA authority and to con- tract for a turn-key project on the adjoining land provided necessary approvals are secured. A critical element in this matter is the impact on the city of a project of this size and will require the approval of the Mayor which the Housing Authority, I understand, is seeking. Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. May 18, 1967 Page # 2 We hope that the circumstances are such that the proposal will meet with your approval. With best personal regards and all good wishes, Sincerely yours, ‘& a fie. ee Ellis Arnall Arnall, Golden & Gregory EA:hbl
  • Tags: Box 21, Box 21 Folder 21, Folder topic: Atlanta Neighborhood Improvement Association | 1967
  • Record Created: April 18, 2017
  • Record Updated: April 30, 2021