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Carter (real estate)

Carter (real estate)

Carter is a privately held commercial real estate company headquartered in Atlanta.

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In 2011, Carter’s Brokerage and Property and Facility ManagementFacility Management divisions were acquired by Cassidy Turley.

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2015, Carter received an Award for Excellence in Sustainable Rehabilitation from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for Campbell HallCampbell Hall and was awarded Student Housing Business Innovator Award for Best Mobile Marketing Campaign at the Interface Conference

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2015, Carter received an Award for Excellence in SustainableSustainable Rehabilitation from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for Campbell Hall and was awarded Student Housing Business Innovator Award for Best Mobile Marketing Campaign at the Interface Conference

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2005, NREI ranks Carter #2 office developer in the United StatesUnited States; Carter receives Summa cum Laude Partnership Award for Atlanta Partners for Education for mentoring program with Capitol View Elementary School

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In 2006, Carter was awarded interiors project management for the American Cancer SocietyAmerican Cancer Society and Newell Rubbermaid.

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In 1991, Carter completed Carolina Place in Charlotte and St. JosephSt. Joseph’s Center for Specialty Medicine in Atlanta.

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1992, Carter wins Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “BestBest Overall Deal of the Year” Award for UPS project at Glenlake

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In 2015, Carter was selected to master develop a four-star hotel, office, and travel plaza at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Construction began on City Springs, developing an urban mixed-use city-center for Sandy Springs. The 14-acre development includes a central park, Citypark, City Hall, retail market square with a mix of retail shops and restaurants, a 294-unit residential development and a 1,000-seat Performing Arts Center.

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In 2007, Make-a-Wish was selected as Carter’s new charitable partner. Carter was selected as the master developer and equity partner for The Banks, CincinnatiCincinnati's landmark public-private mixed-use project.

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In 1970, CrowCrow, Pope, & Carter was formed, and the company entered the property management business.

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1998, CEL awards Carter the National Customer Service AwardService Award; Wins “Mixed-Use Deal of the Year” for the Lindbergh City Center

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2005, NREI ranks Carter #2 office developer in the United States; Carter receives SummaSumma cum Laude Partnership Award for Atlanta Partners for Education for mentoring program with Capitol View Elementary School

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2013, Carter Senior Vice President of Development, Patti Neal, named to Building Design + Construction’s “40 Under 40” list; Standard of ExcellenceExcellence winner for Real Estate Category by New Media Institute; Real Estate Standard of Excellence winner by Web Marketing Association ; Carter Senior Vice President of Advisory, Malloy Peterson, named “Woman to Watch” by Real Estate Forum Magazine’s 20th Anniversary Special Edition of “Women of Influence”

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In 1995, Computer Power, Jacksonville Plantation Pipeline, Georgia Institute of TechnologyTechnology, and Georgia Souther educational facilities were completed.

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In 1980 Carter expanded to BirminghamBirmingham. In the same year it received its first leasing assignments for Coca-Cola US.

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In 1994, the Atlanta Committee of Olympic Games named Carter as their exclusive real estate partner. The same year, Carter named Billy MitchellBilly Mitchell CEO.

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2016, CommunityCommunity Development award for City Springs

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In 2012, Carter broke ground on a 590-bed project at UTSA in San AntonioSan Antonio.

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In 2002, Bob Peterson took over the role of President/CEO.In 2004, Carter was selected to project manage, property manage, and lease the office portion of Atlantic Sation. The following year Carter relocated its headquarters to 171 17th Street in Atlantic StationAtlantic Station. Scott Taylow was named President/CEO.

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In 2015, Carter was selected to master develop a four-star hotel, office, and travel plaza at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Construction began on CityCity Springs, developing an urban mixed-use city-center for Sandy Springs. The 14-acre development includes a central park, City Hall, retail market square with a mix of retail shops and restaurants, a 294-unit residential development and a 1,000-seat Performing Arts Center.