AUGUSTA'S FUTURE

PLANNING, PROMOTING, AND IMPLEMENTING THE TOMORROW OF DOWNTOWN AUGUSTA, GEORGIA

Since 1982, Augusta Tomorrow has envisioned the City of Augusta as a progressive urban area. The Urban Area Master Plans have resulted in the completion of many projects, such as: the Riverwalk on the Savannah levee, Lafayette Center Redevelopment of the entire north side of the 900 block of Broad Street, the Augusta Riverfront Project (Marriott Hotel, Convention Center, and Riverfront Center) and the Augusta Common – with much more to come.

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  • Just in time to help Augusta with its New Year’s resolutions, the new Riverfront YMCA is officially open for business. The Family Y of Greater Augusta announced that it sold its downtown location on Broad Street to TaxSlayer in June. Just a few weeks later it revealed its new location would be in the former Fort Discovery building at Reynolds......

  • A historic black Augusta church targeted for demolition has been spared the wrecking ball. Augusta officials declined to comment due to pending agreements, but Wednesday morning a building mover was dismantling newer additions to the former Trinity CME church at Eighth and Taylor streets in preparation to move it a few hundred yards away. “They don’t want the additions over......

  • The CSRA is poised for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become to cyber what Silicon Valley is to computing. Dr. Tom Clark and the Alliance for Fort Gordon are at the forefront of making sure the area doesn’t miss its chance. In 2019, the Army will officially move its Cyber Command to Fort Gordon, making it the epicenter for all things......

  • The Morris Museum of Art board of directors last month approved a plan to relocate the museum from its present riverfront site to 711 Broad St., a former bank building directly across the street from the Miller. Source:The Augusta Chronicle Author: Damon Cline...

  • It’s show time. Three decades after being boarded up, one decade after being rescued from irreparable decay and 18 months after meticulous restoration and reconstruction, the Miller Theater is once again ready to raise its curtains to the public. And it will do so in grand style Saturday at a sold-out gala featuring singer-actress Sutton Foster and the Symphony Orchestra......

  • The centerpiece and catalyst for an expected booming cyber business in Augusta kicked off a new piece Wednesday with Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal headlining the groundbreaking for a $35 million addition to the Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training. And some say it is already pushing the area out onto the world stage as a leader in......