Included in Atlanta Business Chronicle List for Eighth Consecutive Year
Beacon Management Services is proud to announce its recent recognition as one of the Top Community Association Management Companies in Georgia by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in its annual Book of Lists. Ranked by the number of units managed in Georgia, Beacon Management earned the No. 5 spot out of over[...]
Company ranked by Atlanta Business Chronicle for 7th consecutive year
Beacon Management Services is pleased to announce it was named the 5th largest management company on the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s list of Georgia’s Top Community Association Management Companies. Up two spots from 2019’s No. 7 ranking, the annual Book of Lists has featured Beacon amongst the top 10 companies for the[...]
The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC, a Green Brick Partner, is proud to announce its recent recognition as a Top 10 Builder by Atlanta Business Chronicle in its annual Book of Lists. Ranked by new home closings in 2017, the luxury home builder earned the No. 7 spot.
“The Providence Group is proud to continue to provide our homebuyers with top[...]
Edward Andrews Homes (EA Homes) ranked first in the residential real estate category and fourth overall on the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2018 Pacesetters list. The Pacesetters list gives recognition to the top 100 fastest-growing private companies in Atlanta.
This is the fourth year in a row that EA Homes has been acknowledged for is rampant growth into new markets. From 2015[...]
Robert Bowden, Inc., an employee-owned wholesale manufacturer and distributor of building materials to the residential construction market, has been named the 33rd fastest growing private company in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle acknowledges Atlanta’s 100 fastest growing private companies annually at its Pacesetter Awards. Qualifying companies must be headquartered in Atlanta, be privately held and have[...]
If you haven't been privy to the ongoing saga in the Legislature over proposed changes to Georgia's tax code, it turns out you didn't miss out on much. On Monday, the Georgia House of Representatives adjourned without taking up the bill that would reduce state income tax from six percent to four-and-a-half percent (among other things).
According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the hesitation[...]
Even though the college football season has been over for quite some time, recent events involving the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and the NCAA may get fans in Atlanta talking again. A recent article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle reveals that Atlanta may bid for a BCS Bowl in wake of the controversy surrounding the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
When shopping for Atlanta real estate, you should keep Traton Homes top of mind. On Thursday, Oct. 21, the Atlanta home builder was named as one of Atlanta’s Top 15 Home Builders by the Atlanta Business Chronicle for its Atlanta-area communities.
For more than 39 years, the award-winning home builder has been providing metro-Atlanta homebuyers with Altogether More…more experience, more impressive[...]