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TAKING

DOWNTOWN TO THE

NEXT LEVEL

2013 ANNUAL REPORT AND 2014 CALENDAR


WELCOME This past year marked the beginning of many projects that will forever change the face of our central city and take Downtown Atlanta to the next A.J. ROBINSON CAP/ADID President level. From the Atlanta Streetcar to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, 2013 fostered a resurgence of energy and excitement throughout the community. On behalf of our organization, I am proud to be an integral part in helping partners from both the private and public sectors bring to fruition years of work and planning. The future of Downtown is very bright and we eagerly look forward to the many accomplishments that will be realized in the coming years.

APRIL

SAVE THE DATE APRIL 3

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First Thursdays ArtWalk On the first Thursday each month, experience outstanding local art and architecture on a stroll through Downtown.

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Atlanta Braves Home Opener The Atlanta Braves face off against the New York Mets in their first 2014 home game at Turner Field.

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Sweetwater 420 Fest This 10th annual celebration of local beer, food and entertainment welcomes attendees to its new home in Centennial Olympic Park.

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APRIL 22

Earth Day Go green in Downtown. Visit atlantadowntown.com/sustainability to learn about the Downtown Green Source Program.

ANY DAY 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Imagine It! Treat the children in your life to a day at Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta.

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1 2 3 A south-facing view of Downtown’s EXPANSIVE SKYLINE.


LEADERSHIP As I reflect on my last three years as Chairman of the CAP Board, I am honored to have been a part of an organization that has worked to maintain and strengthen Downtown Atlanta’s vibrancy and economic vitality for the past 72 years. We have entered into a EGBERT PERRY new era of development and CAP Chair investment in the community that promises to bring exciting changes and additions to the city’s core. As I look towards the future, I am confident that CAP’s continuing efforts will result in the creation of a 21st-century Downtown that residents, workers and visitors alike will be able to enjoy as the heart of the Atlanta region for decades to come.

The significant accomplishments of the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District have been paramount in the surge of investment and revitalization that Downtown is currently experiencing. From the Ambassador Force and Clean Team to investCRAIG JONES ments in public spaces and ADID Chair transportation alternatives such as the Atlanta Streetcar, ADID’s work will continue to impact the lives of millions of residents and visitors each year.

MAY

SAVE THE DATE FRIDAYS

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Lunch on Broad Fridays through September, Broad Street will be closed to vehicular traffic and transformed into an outdoor cafe.

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MAY 12–16

National Bike to Work Week Leave your car at home and try a new way to commute. MAY 16 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Atlanta Dream Opening Night The Atlanta Dream competes in their first 2014 home game at Philips Arena. MAY 22

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National Center for Civil and Human Rights Grand Opening The highly anticipated NCCHR opens in Pemberton Place, adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park. ANY DAY

Take Flight on SkyView Atlanta

See the city in a new way on 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Downtown Atlanta’s 20-story Ferris wheel.

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 THE WORLD OF COCA-COLA, celebrating the world’s most popular soft drink, glows in the nighttime skyline.


MARKETING AND EVENTS Forty-two restaurants participated in the 2013 Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week (DARW), which generated $1.5 million in sales and brought more than 50,000 diners to Downtown. A new banner program utilizing a “Brought to You by CAP/ADID” seal was introduced to position CAP/ADID as the driving force behind many Downtown improvements and innovations. To keep the Downtown community engaged on issues large and small, CAP hosted two Town Hall Meetings in 2013, attracting more than 100 attendees each.

Flux Night and Elevate Atlanta art events took place in 2013. CAP was a presenting partner of Elevate, which brought 30 visual public art displays, 14 performances and events and thousands of people to Downtown. More than 1,100 of Atlanta’s top leaders attended the 2013 Annual Meeting, which focused on CAP/ ADID’s impact on Downtown Atlanta. ADID began hosting monthly Atlanta Streetcar Socials to highlight businesses affected by construction while providing an informal opportunity for discussion about the Streetcar. CAP partnered with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition on Atlanta Streets Alive, which celebrates local neighborhoods and encourages residents to take to the streets by foot and bike. Events in May and September drew more than 15,000 and 61,000 attendees, respectively.

JUNE

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Peachtree Center Green Market Every Thursday through October, pick up local produce and other offerings at the outdoor market at Peachtree Center.

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JUNE 9–15

Downtown Steak Week

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Culminating on Father’s Day, treat Dad to a steak dish at one of the many participating restaurants. TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

Music at Noon

Through October, Centennial Olympic Park offers midday getaways featuring live music.

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Zoo Atlanta Visit one of only four places in the U.S. with resident giant panda bears. ANY DATE

Ride the Atlanta Streetcar

Take a ride on Atlanta’s newest and 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 most exciting public transportation option, running from Centennial Olympic Park to The King Center. Exit at 12 stops along the way to enjoy all that Downtown has to offer.

29 30 1 2 3 4 5 A symbol of Atlanta, the iconic POLARIS AT HYATT REGENCY ATLANTA returns to the skyline in 2014.


INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORTATION The Atlanta Streetcar construction, including 2.7 miles of track, more than 240 power poles and three traction power substation units, began last March. Twelve platforms for streetcar stops, the vehicle maintenance facility and an Atlanta Streetcar mural were also part of the progress. CAP/ADID’s Downtown Green Source program worked with a robust 2013 client base to provide alternative transportation options. More than 9.5 million vehicle miles traveled were eliminated by single occupant vehicles, more than 45,000 discounted monthly transit passes were sold and more than 10,600 Downtown commuters were registered in Georgia Commute Options incentive programs. In July CAP/ADID kicked off the Downtown Atlanta Parking Assessment project to review the state of parking in Downtown and develop solutions for managing public perception. Collaboratively with stakeholders and the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, CAP developed a plan to transform Andrew Young International Boulevard into “Downtown Atlanta’s Premier Hospitality Corridor” and implemented sidewalk repairs for the 2013 NCAA Final Four Tournament. CAP secured a $15,000 grant to repair and expand the wayside sign system along the Auburn Avenue corridor.

Seventy-two intersections were fully upgraded with new LED traffic and pedestrian signal heads, wireless communication equipment and new timing to improve traffic flow Downtown.

JULY

SAVE THE DATE JULY 4

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Fourth of July Spectacular Celebrate America’s Independence Day with live entertainment and the city’s largest fireworks display at Centennial Olympic Park. JULY 11

Second Friday Castleberry Hill Art Stroll

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On the second Friday of every month, visit the diverse galleries and neighborhood businesses that call Atlanta’s historic arts district home. ANY WEDNESDAY

Wednesday WindDown Every Wednesday through September, lounge in the grass at Centennial Olympic Park and enjoy live music from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.

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ANY FRIDAY

Corporate Fridays at AmericasMart On Fridays throughout the year,

show your business card to gain 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 special access to wholesale shopping at AmericasMart Apparel.

27 28 29 30 31 1 2 SKYVIEW ATLANTA, a 20-story Ferris wheel, offers a new view of Downtown.


PUBLIC POLICY CAP worked with city leadership to draft and define a new street-vending ordinance that will allow up to 31 vendors to operate in Downtown, and the Atlanta City Council passed the ordinance in early November. CAP provided support for the fourth Annual GeorgiaForward Forum, bringing leaders to Atlanta to network and offer innovative approaches to solve our biggest policy challenges. GeorgiaForward led the authorship of the state’s first-ever Civic Health Index (CHI). To announce the publication, CAP hosted a media event in Macon and traveled across Georgia to present the report. The inaugural class of Young Gamechangers, an annual GeorgiaForward program bringing together the state’s brightest young leaders, completed work re-envisioning the future of Americus and Sumter County by identifying missed economic opportunities and presenting ideas for attracting and retaining young people, entrepreneurs and retirees. Founded by CAP Members, Partner for Hope works to connect those feeding in public with appropriate social service providers. Following the 2013 formation of a Task Force, the effort gained the attention of media outlets and was granted the support of a LEAD Atlanta Cohort Community Project team.

AUGUST

SAVE THE DATE AUGUST 9–17

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

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Downtown Atlanta Restaurant Week Explore the Downtown restaurant scene during the 12th annual DARW, when Downtown’s premier restaurants offer diners $15, $25 and $35 menu options. AUGUST 27

First GSU Football Game

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For their first game of the season, the Georgia State Panthers take on the Abilene Christian Wildcats at the Georgia Dome. AUGUST 29–SEPTEMBER 1

Dragon Con

The nation’s largest multimedia, popular culture convention focuses on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music and film.

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LABOR DAY WEEKEND

The National College Football Hall of Fame Opens

Through exhibits, programs and 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 events, the Hall of Fame offers

visitors a look into the rich tradition, pageantry and excitement of the game.

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27 28 29 30 The GEORGIA AQUARIUM, the largest in the country, houses more than 500 species of animals.


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CAP/ADID supported the creation of Sweet Auburn Works, an organization intended to implement preservation-based economic development. CAP published its Downtown Investment Map to spotlight $577 million in public and private investment in Downtown between 2012 and 2014. ADID’s Ambassador Program, along with the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, purchased a new mobile information cart to serve Downtown. In 2013, ADID’s Ambassador Force helped more than 900,000 visitors, workers and residents, providing 5,000 escorts to destinations within the DID, 700 vehicle-related assists and more than 100 medical assists. The Clean Team worked to beautify Downtown, removing more than 1.4 million pounds of debris and providing 24/7 cleaning services and ongoing landscaping. ADID installed a bocce ball court and table tennis area in Woodruff Park and expanded the exercise area and ATL Playground. In November, 20,000 daffodils were planted as a part of a worldwide living Holocaust Memorial. CAP supported the work of the Downtown Development Technical Advisory Committee to ensure the successful revitalization of South Downtown Atlanta in the context of planned investments in nearby large projects. With the City of Atlanta and the State Historic Preservation Office, CAP managed a federal Historic Preservation Fund grant to complete the Downtown Contemporary Historic Resources Survey to document contemporary historic resources built from 1935 to 1985.

SEPTEMBER

SAVE THE DATE SEPTEMBER 11–12

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

“Celebrating Africans in Atlanta” Georgia State University presents a symposium of art, dance, film, literature and music.

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SEPTEMBER 11

Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk

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Sign up for this program designed to promote health, wellness and fitness among metro Atlanta companies and their employees. MULTIPLE DATES

Atlanta Falcons Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons at a 2014 home game at the Georgia Dome.

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ANY DATE

Atlanta Movie Tours Get a behind-the-scenes look at the many movies that have recently been filmed in Atlanta.

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28 29 30 1 2 3 4 Surrounding buildings dance off of the reflecting pool in CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK.


SUSTAINABILITY CAP worked diligently to expand the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (ABBC) in 2013, which now boasts participating buildings citywide in Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead. CAP recognized ABBC top performers in July and received the Metro Atlanta Chamber E3 Award for its work on the initiative. In partnership with several other organizations, CAP/ADID hosted the second annual Earth Day Clean Up Challenge on April 23. More than 200 volunteers gathered at seven locations and participated in beautification projects. CAP/ADID partnered with American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS) and four Downtown properties to host a recycling drive for gently used clothing and textiles. ATRS collected a total of 2,583 pounds of clothing and textiles, which were sorted and reused or recycled. The second annual Georgia Commute Options Bike to Work Challenge took place in 2013. During the month of October, commuters all over the region tracked their bicycle commutes to work for the chance to win prizes.

OCTOBER

SAVE THE DATE OCTOBER 8–12

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A3C Hip-Hop Festival Don’t miss Atlanta’s largest hip-hop festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Past performers include Talib Kweli and B.o.B.

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OCTOBER 9

Aqua Vino at the Georgia Aquarium Sample more than 200 fine wines and gourmet fare from Atlanta’s premier restaurants and participate in silent and live auctions.

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OCTOBER 17

Elevate Atlanta

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This multi-day event fills Downtown with visual art, performances, speakers and other arts-based programming. WEEKENDS IN OCTOBER

Spirit of Oakland

Historic Oakland Cemetery stays open after dark and offers guided tours featuring fascinating stories about its “residents” and the city.

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26 27 28 29 30 31 1 The Downtown skyline towers over the bustling I-75/85 CONNECTOR.


MEMBERSHIP CAP launched Downtown Partners to engage small businesses, nonprofits and individuals in support of Downtown through CAP initiatives. Enrollment in the program, which offers Partners many of the benefits enjoyed by CAP Members at annual dues levels of just $250 or $500, began in June and attracted 19 new supporters in its first six months. CAP exceeded its 2013 Membership goal and attracted 29 new Members, representing a wide variety of sectors, including media, law, real estate, nonprofit, entertainment and hospitality. More than 240 companies and organizations are now taking part in the work of CAP as Members or Downtown Partners, a near 20 percent increase in the total number of supporters over the past two years. More than 140 CAP Member representatives are now involved in Membership Councils organized around four major focus areas: Economic Development, Infrastructure, Marketing & PR and Quality of Life. Each Council met at least quarterly throughout the year, affording Members the opportunity to network with peers that share a passion for Downtown and provide feedback to CAP’s staff. Since their inception in 2011, several major CAP/ADID initiatives, strategies and public policy positions have had their geneses in these meetings.

NOVEMBER

SAVE THE DATE NOVEMBER 15

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

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America Recycles Day Show your support for Downtown’s recycling initiatives by participating in an America Recycles Day event. MULTIPLE DATES

Atlanta Hawks Check out the Atlanta Hawks at one of their many home games at Philips Arena.

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Ice Skating in Centennial Olympic Park

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Throughout the holiday season, enjoy ice skating in the park then take in the lights and throughout Downtown. ANY DAY

CNN Studio Tour Get a behind-the-scenes look at the daily operations of a major news network by taking one of many informative tours.

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/30 24 25 26 27 28 29 A luxury hotel brand and Atlanta’s favorite restaurants call the CNN CENTER home.


CONNECT WITH CAP To learn more about CAP and ADID, please visit our website at atlantadowntown.com. For the latest information on CAP/ADID and Downtown Atlanta, get social with us: facebook.com/AtlantaDowntown @downtownatlanta flickr.com/photos/atlantadowntown central-atlanta-progress AtlantaDowntown downtownatlanta downtownatlanta.tumblr.com

Awards In 2013, The International Downtown Association awarded CAP two merit awards for its 2012 Annual Report and for The Real Downtown Atlanta promotional video. The Real Downtown Atlanta video also received the Gold Flame award in the audiovisual category from the Atlanta Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators. About the Photographer The photographs featured in this report and calendar were taken by Gene Phillips. Over the years, Gene has received acclaim for his dynamic range of urban landscape images. His photojournalistic work has been used by National Geographic, Natural Mother Magazine and WeatherNation. Gene’s landscape photography has also been used by tourism agencies throughout the Southeast and in New York City. Contact information: 404-510-6606, genephil77@gmail.com, phillipsphoto.zenfolio.com

DECEMBER

SAVE THE DATE DECEMBER 6

SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

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SEC Championship Game Each year, East meets West at the Georgia Dome to battle it out for the SEC Championship title. DECEMBER 31

Peach Drop at Underground Atlanta Ring in the New Year at the Southeast’s largest celebration, featuring live entertainment throughout the day and the midnight Peach Drop countdown.

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ANY DAY

Downtown for the Holidays From dining out to premier events and attractions, entertaining is a breeze with CAP’s Downtown for the Holidays program.

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ANY DAY

Photos with Santa and the Polar Bear Don’t miss your opportunity to take a picture with Santa and the world-famous Coca-Cola Polar Bear at the World of Coca-Cola.

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1 2 3 Downtown Atlanta transforms into a WINTER WONDERLAND during the holiday season.


2013 CAP MEMBERS OFFICERS chair

Egbert Perry

Active Production and Design, Inc.

Matt Clouser

Aderhold Properties Inc.

The Integral Group

» Tom Aderhold

treasurer

AECOM

Brad Benton

Ellen Heath, AICP

American Cancer Society

Susan Herrington

MEMBERS

200 Peachtree

» Robert Patterson A. Brown-Olmstead Associates

» Amanda Brown-Olmstead ABA Two Forty One Peachtree, LLC

Robert Glustrom

ABM Janitorial Services

» Bryan Batson Albright Group

J. R. Hipple

» Carlton Harden

Marwan Abboud, PE Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

Glenn Hendrix

AT&T Mobility & Consumer Markets

» Keith Holmes

Atlanta Magazine

Branch Banking & Trust Company

Atlanta Marriott Marquis

Breensmith

Atlantic Capital Bank

Brooks Berry Haynie & Associates

Avison Young

Business RadioX

» Richard McKay

Bank of America

Atlanta First United Methodist Church

Butler Street Community Development Corporation

BDO USA LLP

» William Pate

Atlanta Daily World

Hiram Jackson Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association

» Susan Roe Atlanta Dream

» Kelly Loeffler Atlanta Falcons

Atlanta Bicycle Coalition

Rebecca Serna

Alston & Bird LLP

» Mark Rusche

Boxer Property Management Corp.

ARCADIS US Inc.

Aloft Downtown

Tonya Graham

Atlanta Life Financial Group

America’s Capital Partners

Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP AGL Resources, Inc.

Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau

Atlanta Braves

Mike Plant

AMC Inc.

Dr. Charles Gardner Atlanta Hawks & Philips Arena

William “Bill” Taggart Sean McGinnis » Erica Qualls

Walter “Sonny” Deriso Steve Dils

» Laura Keenan

Alex Kakhnovets » Abraham Cox Tim Smith Jason Owen

Dana Barrett

Frank Brown, Esq.

» Jay Goldman, CPA

C. P. Richards Construction

Best Western PLUS Inn at the Peachtrees

Capitol City Bank

Charles Richards, Jr.

Lars Bader

» Jeff Portman

Atlanta Business Chronicle

» Bob Williams

Ackerman & Co.

AMEC Environment & Infrastructure

Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency

Atlanta Housing Authority

» Renee Lewis Glover

BoardWalk Consulting

CARE

Embassy Suites Atlanta Centennial Park

Georgia-Pacific

Jones Day

McKinsey & Company

Parking Company of America

Gibbs Landscape Co.

Jones Lang LaSalle

Mercer Thompson LLC

Parkway Realty Services

Grady Health System

JPMorgan Chase and Co.

Metro Atlanta Chamber

Parmenter Realty Partners

GreenbergFarrow

Juneau Construction Company

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

Perennial Properties, Inc.

Charles Ackerman

Carter

» Scott Taylor

Nathan Curtis

David Shepherd

CB Richard Ellis Inc.

» John Shlesinger

Emory University

» Betty Willis

Center Forward, LLC

Heather Alhadeff, AICP

Emory University Hospital Midtown

Dane Peterson

Citizens Trust Bank

Ed Baker

Dana Johnson

» Cloteen Bigger Jasmin Peter Copses

» John Haupert

» Cynthia Day

Entic

City of Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority

Ernst & Young

The Coca-Cola Company

Fairfield Inn & Suites Downtown

Brad Koeneman

CohnReznick LLP

Fifth Third Bank

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown

» Violet Travis Ricks

Bruce Reeks

John Nourzad, PE Heery

» Brad Duncan

Bill Heitz Hilton Atlanta

» Ingrid Saunders Jones » Ellen Mendelsohn

Muktar Dougsiyeh Randy Koporc

Harman Hall

» E. Kendrick Smith Linda Bolan

» David Balos

Nancy Juneau

» Caldwell Zimmerman Cooper Carry Inc.

» Kevin Cantley Courtyard by Marriott Atlanta Downtown

Scot Gladstone

Cousins Properties Inc.

» Larry Gellerstedt, III Cox Enterprises

» Doug Franklin Coxe Curry & Associates

Ann Curry

First Step Staffing

Greg Block Forest City

Emerick Corsi, Jr.

» John O’Neill, III

» John Heagy, III

Historic Oakland Foundation

David Moore

Fulcrum Equity Partners

HOK

Gallman Development Group, LLC

Holder Construction Company

Gay Construction Company

Hyatt House at Georgia Aquarium

Genuine Parts Company

Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Jeff Muir

Bruce Gallman

Thomas “Tom” Gay Thomas Gallagher Georgia Aquarium

Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Hines Interests Limited Partnership

David Kimmel

Todd Bertsch David Miller Matt White

Peter McMahon

Infosys Consulting, Inc

Kenneth Barry

» Carrie Jennison » Diane Prucino

Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc.

Edward Ellis

» Alan Prince

Charlie Gibson

Willard Lariscy Piedmont Healthcare

National Center for Civil & Human Rights

Doug Shipman

National Church Residences

Michelle Norris Newcomb & Boyd

Matt Gove

Pittypat’s Porch

Ron Horgan

PNC Financial Services Group

» Eddie Meyers

Novare Group Holdings LLC

Regent Partners LLC

Legacy Property Group

Ogletree Deakins

Regions Bank

Lincoln Property Company

Omni Hotel at CNN Center

Residence Inn by Marriott Atlanta Downtown

Lord Aeck Sargent Architects

Paces Properties

mas Energy, LLC

PARKatlanta

» Michael Robison » David Marvin Craig Habif Eric Brock

Jason Byars

DLB Associates

» Dr. Mark Becker

Jackson Spalding

McGriff, Seibels & Williams of GA, Inc

Georgia World Congress Center Authority

Jamestown

McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP

DPR Hardin

Russell E. Brockelbank

Perkins+Will Milner Inc.

Lanier Parking Systems

Georgia State University

Brian Durham

Aaron Goldman

Post Properties Inc.

Debra Thompson

Kevin Kuntz

» Maxine Hicks

Gloria Parker

Kutak Rock LLP

Jackson Corporate Real Estate

DLA Piper LLP

» Marti Blackstock

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

Georgia Power Company

» Tad Hutcheson

Keith Parker

» Susana Chavez

Portman Holdings

Invest Atlanta

Delta Air Lines

» Sam Williams

Helene Gayle

Stephen Sessler

Samuel McGarr

Georgia Institute of Technology

» Edward Heys

Samuel Gude, III

John T.W. Mercer

» George Andrews

KPMG LLP

IntegralGude LLC

Chad Wright

» Steve Reis

Kilpatrick Townsend LLP

Georgia Development Partners Deloitte

Sam Pettway

Kaiser Permanente

King & Spalding Colliers International

Gunars Dvelis

Moe Modjeski, CPA » James Borders

William Steinhaus Scott Stuckey

Merritt Lancaster

» Ambrish Baisiwala » David Stockert David Allman

» David Smith

Christine Cooley-Phillips Richard Bowers & Company

Richard Bowers, Sr.

Anderson Moore

Matlock Advertising

Christopher Burke

Brian McGowan

Kirstin Popper

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.

» Walter Dukes

Frank Poe

Scott Jackson

» Rachel Tobin Matt Bronfman

Read Davis

» Steven Labovitz

MEMBER KEY » Board of Directors • Executive Committee


2013 CAP MEMBERS Russell New Urban Development LLC

» Jerome Russell, Jr.

State Bar of Georgia

Cliff Brashier

Stevens & Wilkinson Schulten Ward & Turner LLP

Scott Schulten

Ronald Stang, AIA Stites & Harbison PLCC

Selig Enterprises Inc.

Scott Selig, CCIM

J. D. Humphries, Esq. SunTrust Bank

Sheraton Atlanta Hotel

Niles Harris

» Mike Hurst Sutherland

Siemens One

Cathe Reams

Mark Wasserman T.Y. Lin International

Silverman Construction Program Management

Arnold Silverman Skanska

» Bill Morrison Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP

» Stephen Forte

Dean Collins The Beck Group

Ben Bard

The Boston Consulting Group Inc.

» Alan Wise

The Carter Center

Lisa Wiley

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

The Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Cotten Alston

St. Vincent de Paul Society

John Berry

»

Cherie Ong

Thompson-Ventulett-Stainback & Associates Inc.

Roger Neuenschwander, AIA

The Ellis Hotel

Richard “Kim” Kleisner

Jim Meyer

The Epsten Group

Dagmar Epsten

Transwestern

» Clark Dean

The Fox Theatre

Allan Vella

Trees Atlanta

Connie Veates

The Home Depot

Brad Shaw

Trillium Management Inc.

James Cumming

The Networks of 11 Alive

Robbin Steed

Troutman Sanders LLP

» Steve Riddell

The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta

Manuel Deisen

Turner Broadcasting System Inc.

» Lisa Harris

The Schapiro Group Inc.

Beth Schapiro

Jane Turner

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

» Alicia Philipp

Karyn Kotler The University Financing Foundation, Inc.

Thomas Hall III

Urban Realty Partners

» Mark Riley

URS Corporation Tishman Speyer

Turner Enterprises Inc.

Taylor Glover

The Tabernacle

Southface Energy Institute

Dennis Creech

The Creations Group

Underground Atlanta

Daniel O’Leary, CCIM United Way of Greater Atlanta

Milton Little UPS

Theatrical Outfit

Urban Enterprises

Ron Tarson

» Tim Loughlin

chair

Craig Jones

Donald Harris

Retired, Cousins Properties Inc.

Veolia Energy North America

board

Mike Decker

W Atlanta Downtown

Harry Anderson The Coca-Cola Company

Tim Dahlen

Lisa Borders

W. G. Yates and Sons Construction Company

Curley Dossman

Jeff Cross

Walter P Moore

Douglas Robinson, PE Weissman Nowack Curry & Wilco, P.C.

Maria Mollise Wells Fargo

» Leonard Walker Wheat Street Charitable Foundation

Rhonda Brown Zipcar

The Westin Peachtree Plaza

ADID BOARD

The Coca-Cola Company

Georgia-Pacific Corporation

The Honorable Kwanza Hall Atlanta City Council

Lisa Harris Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

John C. Portman IV Portman Holdings

Carl Powell The Integral Group

Ron Tarson The Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta

Zach Ellard Zoo Atlanta

Bill Balzer

Shayne Walsey

» Raymond King

IF YOU’D LIKE TO BECOME A MEMBER OF CENTRAL ATLANTA PROGRESS, CONTACT DAN WILLIAMS AT DANW@ATLANTADOWNTOWN.COM OR CALL 404-659-5908.

CAP CAPSTAFF STAFF LEFT LEFT TO TO RIGHT RIGHT

NOT NOT PICTURED PICTURED

Deana Davis Lynn Williamson

Cooper Holland Tanya Betton

Ryan Cagle Dan Williams

Brittany Sessions Kathryn Rusche

Lynn DeanaLopes Davis

Jennifer Ball

Kristi Rooks TanyaProject Betton Senior Manager,

A.J. Robinson Angie Laurie President

Cooper Holland Kathryn Rusche Senior Project Manager,

Dana Williams Wesley Brown Vice President, Finance

Shevenie Reid Brittany Sessions

Crystal Clark

A.J. Robinson President Wilma Sothern

David Wardell

Manager, MarketingHuman & Creative Director Resources & Payroll Accounting Assistant Economic Development

Wilma WesleySothern Brown

Vice President, Marketing Project Manager, Planning & Capital Projects

Lynn Williamson

Marketing & Creative Director

Senior Project Manager, Accounting Assistant Woodruff Park Vice President, Transportation

Shevenie Reid Kristi Rooks Executive Assistant

Senior Project Manager, Sara Haas Economic Development Intern, Planning & Economic Development

Intern, Transportation Membership Manager & Sustainability

Public Relations Woodruff Park Coordinator

Dana Williams Ryan Cagle

Vice President, Finance Intern, Transportation & Sustainability

Dan Williams

Membership Manager

Receptionist, Public Relations Coordinator Administrative Assistant Project Manager, Planning Lynn Lopes & Capital Projects Program Manager, Sara Haas & Sustainability Transportation Intern, Planning & Angie Laurie Economic Development Vice President, Transportation

Program Manager, Manager, Human Transportation & Sustainability Resources & Payroll Executive Assistant Receptionist, Administrative Assistant Vice President, Marketing

Vice Vice President, President, Planning Planning & Economic Economic Development & Development Outreach Outreach Manager, Manager, Transportation & Transportation & Sustainability Sustainability Vice Vice President, President, Operations Operations & & Public Public Safety Safety


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