The materials in this series focus on the legal process and public policy implications associated with tax allocation districts (TADs) and the use of TAD financing for neighborhood and community redevelopment purposes. Some studies included are the East Point Corridors Tax Allocation District and Redevelopment Plan, the Princeton Lakes Tax Allocation District Market Study, and the East Downtown Tax Allocation District Redevelopment Plan for the city of Savannah.
These reports evaluate the economic potential of redevelopment projects by quantifying the full range of economic impacts on Atlanta neighborhoods, including the Turner Field Property, the International Village at Chamblee, and the Residences Downtown.
The economic development files detail plans for construction, renovation, and correspondence on projects that would support economic growth in neighborhoods in Atlanta. Some projects detailed are the Clark Atlanta University project, The Smyrna Town Center Livable Centers Initiative and the Development Financing Proposal for the Albany Georgia Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Riverfront Conference Center.