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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  • The 141,000-square-foot hotel opened 50 of its 100 rooms just in time for tournament week. The hotel also has a lobby bar, a 4,500-square-foot banquet space, fitness room and a rooftop bar and patio with a stellar view of the city. “What they wanted to do was bring a whole new feel to Augusta,” said Timothy Lawandus, assistant general manager......

  • In the lifespan of a corporate office, TaxSlayer’s five-year old mid-rise headquarters in Evans is practically still in diapers. But a nice newish building in the middle of suburbia isn’t the type of place many tech workers want to spend their days, or their evenings. And that’s one of the reasons the homegrown tax-preparation software firm has bought the building......

  • Beacon Station (formerly Foundry Place) is moving quickly along in its development of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment options. This is a 221-unit market rate mixed use development project located immediately across the street from Augusta University’s downtown Health Sciences Campus. For additional information, click here:...

  • Atlanta-based co-working company SharedSpace opened its 15,000-square-foot facility in downtown Augusta this month. The office at 901 Greene St., the company’s third co-working space and its first outside metro Atlanta, offers everything from $15-a-day desks to $1,650-a-month offices that can house up to eight employees. The four dozen offices are designed for everyone from budding entrepreneurs in need of a......

  • At its February 5, 2019 meeting, the Augusta Commission authorizes the Augusta Engineering Department, on behalf of the Downtown Parking Task Force, to proceed with the Procurement RFQ (Request for Qualifications) Process to hire a qualified parking management firm to address the downtown parking challenges....

  • A plan to better manage parking in downtown Augusta moved toward its first phase, hiring an expert to help with the plan. A plan to better manage parking downtown passed its first hurdle Tuesday when an Augusta Commission committee approved allowing city officials to send out a request for proposals to hire a parking expert. The Engineering Services Committee voted......