Construction E-Note - September 2012


In This Issue:

- Atlanta Looks to Develop Turner Field Land Into Mixed-Use Area

- Miami Officials Consider Plans for Massive Soccer Stadium

- HUD to Inject $55M to Help Alabama Recover from Tornado

- Army Corps Urged to Reject Birmingham Northern Beltline Permit

- Miami Excited About Passenger Rail to Orlando

- Representative to Introduce Eminent Domain Legislation

- August Construction Material Prices Up 0.9 Percent

- OSHA Report Calls for Simplified Oversight In Fatality Investigations

- Green Homes Get Makeovers to Look More Mainstream

- Investors Capitalize on Land Deals as Housing Begins Recovery

- Excerpt from Atlanta Looks to Develop Turner Field Land Into Mixed-Use Area:

Atlanta's economic development agency is asking for proposals to redevelop a 55-acre tract of land north of Turner Field into a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood. Invest Atlanta sent out a request seeking ideas from developers to turn the sprawling field of parking lots that includes the footprint of the old Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium into a sports and entertainment district that draws crowds even when the Braves are on the road.

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