Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Seeking Developers, Investors for Airport-Owned Land

Airport officials are looking to vet a myriad of concepts for the properties including retail, industrial, office and others.
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is seeking developers and investors for long-term ground lease and development opportunities for land near the airport. 

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Current opportunities include four properties spanning approximately 200 acres, all located outside of the secure area of the airport, on Loop, Godby, and Riverdale Roads, and Clark Howell Highway.

The airport is looking to vet a myriad of concepts for the properties including retail, industrial, office and others.

As part of Aerotropolis Atlanta and Airport City, the development of the sites near ATL seek to expand job creation, community revitalization, and economic growth for the region.

ATL is hosting an Airport’s Commercial Ventures pre-proposal conference at the airport’s Tech Campus, 1255 South Loop Road, College Park, on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at 2:30 p.m. for prospective developer and investors, who must register as a supplier with the City of Atlanta Procurement Department

Most recently, plans were announced for a 541-room Hilton brand hotel, the first to be built at Hartsfield-Jackson and attached to the airport.

Construction was expected to begin in late-2019 and be completed in 2022.

Also nearby, beside the Georgia International Convention Center and a few steps off of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s ATL SkyTrain is AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway, part of the Gateway Center in College Park.

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