Director of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Debbie Frank with Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to chat about new projects and developments, the transit company’s biggest challenges and more.
Responsible for TOD planning and implementation around stations, Frank assists in the development of mixed-use communities for MARTA users. During Frank's six-and-a-half years with the organization, MARTA[...]
For over 50 years, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) has been a reliable transportation option for Atlantans and tourists across the city and its outlying suburbs. Founded in 1971, MARTA was created in response to a growing need for public transportation in the city of Atlanta. To decrease inner-city congestion, the Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Study Commission suggested a five-county bus[...]
Greystar Managing Director John Roberson joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss Ascent Peachtree, downtown Atlanta’s newest unique development. Roberson joins hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick for the All About Real Estate segment.
A global multifamily rental housing firm, Greystar focuses on rental housing, from first-time apartments to active-adult communities and anywhere in between. The company controls[...]
Advance Atlanta Treasurer and Board Member Joey Kline joins co-hosts Todd Schnick and Carol Morgan on today’s edition of Around Atlanta with the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio Show.
Advance Atlanta is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to building support for regional transit and championing existing transit resources. In Atlanta, traffic gridlock is a daily occurrence. Kline and his group work[...]
Todd Schnick joins Sandy Springs natives Joey Kline and Andrew Tate to discuss the expansion of the MARTA bus and rail system on this week’s Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Kline and Tate are board members of The Coalition to Advance Atlanta, a non-profit advocacy organization that aims to promote the advancement of transit in metro-Atlanta.
“Right now our[...]
How many times have you used a MARTA bus or train to get to a Braves or Falcons game or maybe to make it to the airport without having to pay for parking? Each day, some 400,000-plus passengers use the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) to move around the city. However, for residents living in the city's northern suburbs,[...]