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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 1

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  • Text: .,. April 1, 1969 Mr . J . S . Edwards 601 Antoine Graves Homes 126 Hilliard Street, 5 . E . Atlanta, Georgia Dear Mr. Edwards : May I acknowledge receipt of your letter which wa signed by you and several .o f your neighbors , r garding the condition being creat d fertilizer which has been piled up. I have discu sed thi matter with the Atlanta Housing Authority~ and they ssured me that it will be rernoved immediately. I appreciate yo11r bringing tbi to my attention. Sincerely. Ivan Allen, Jr. IAJr:am �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 6

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  • Text: f!IOUSING AUTHORITY .,;/f_..__,..,___.......,c......u_ _ _ _ __....._..._ _ _ OF THE CITY OF 924' HURT BUILDING • ATLANTA.• JACKSON GEORGIA 3.507• ATLANTA 3, GA. May 23, 1969 Mr. R. Earl Landers Administrative Assistant City Hall Atlanta, Georgia RE: PARCEL 17 BEDFORD-PINE Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia A-2-1 Gentlemen: We have just issued an invitation for proposals to buy and develop one of the most desirable small office building sites in the City of Atlanta. The site is located on the southeast corner of Piedmont Avenue and Forrest Avenue - just south of the new ATLANTA CIVIC CENTER which will provide a beautiful background to viewers looking north. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives all details of the offering and shows that the site is composed of 90 , 558 square feet and has a minimum established price of $440,000.00 . The tract has building set-back lines of 85 feet on Piedmont Avenue and 90 feet on Forrest Avenue. The height is limited to six (6) stories. Proposals must be made on our forms and are to be opened in our offices at 10:00 A. M. o'clock on November 25, 1969. If you need the proposal forms or additional information, please advise u s. Remember , we shall gladly pay a sales commission in accordance wi th t he schedule suggested by the Atlanta Real Estate Board . Very truly yours , Ph~!o~ Real Estate Di sposition Br a n ch PEV:hcn Enclosure �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 10

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  • Text: HOUSING AUTHORl1iY ATLANTA, GEORGIA OF THE CITY OF 824 HURT BUILDING • ATLANTA 3, GA. • JACKSON 3.eo7A February 2, 1968 Re : Parcels 22 and 23 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Proj ect Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site Gentlemen~ We are attaching a sal es brochure of a new 14 acres offering being made for use as a shopping cent er. I t i s bounded by Oak, Gordon, Lee and Dunn Streets and approximately t wo miles f r om the center of Atlanta. A minimum price has been established f or bot h parcels at $861,000.00, but proposals may be made on Parcel 23 alone which has a minimum price of $713,000.00. Reference to the brochure shows that the pr operty is well located, easily acce s sible and acr oss Dunn Street from t he big Wes t End Store and Parking Garage of Sears Roebuck & Company . Proposals must be made on our f orms a nd wi ll be opened in our offices at lO gQQ A. M. o'clock on June 12, 1968 . If you need additional i nformation or pr oposal f orms, please advise us . Very t ruly your s, ~f~,-_ Phil ip E. Vrooman Chief , Rea l Est ate Dispositi on Section PEVghcn Enclosures �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 16

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  • Text: • ON A COMPETITIVE PROPOSAL BASIS FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND FOIi CRITICAL URBAN NEEDSin THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA proposals will be opened september 5, 1968 at 10:00 A.M. Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 �A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE CITY OF ATLANTA £0£0£ eJ~Joa~ ' e1ue1w ~UJPl!"8 lJ"H 1'l8 POPULATION: Estimated 1967 metropol itan Atlanta (5 coun ty area) 1,242,000 . Atlanta acquire s a new citizen every 16.95 minutes. Ji1po41n" ~uisnoH e1ue1w ·w·v oo:or ie 896 ! ·s 1aqwa1ctas pauado aq ll !M s1esod0Jd EM PLOYM ENT: Each year si nce 1961, the area has added an average of 25 ,000 wage and salary jobs. '13~'1 1N3Wd013/\303~ N'18~n 3lll/\S'1WOH1 3Hl MANUFACTURING: Atlanta is the .und is- puted industrial center of the So uth. Some 1,500 manufacturers produce more than 3,500 commodit ies in Atlanta. u'SO~~N Nlf81/D 1113/1/l/3 110:I 0Nlf1 5D1dl/DS 1lf//~O~:I CONSTRUCTION: Remains strong in both commercial and res ident ial fields. Apart· ment construction ha s been particularly heavy. BUILDING PERMITS: Atlanta is growing at a record rate , and bu ilding permits for last year tota lled $ 167 million. Thi s surpassed the $150 mill ion in building permit values for the 12 months in 1964 ... a record yea r. A tlanta's building boom has kep t the a nnual figures at about SI 00 million for over half of the decade. SISVB lVSOdOHd 3/\llll3dWOJ V NO e1ue1111u1 B/BS.IOJ FINANCE: 44 commercial banks, ten of which are national banks, are located in metropolitan Atlanta. Headquarters for Sixth Federal Resen 1e District, Atlanta ranks ninth in the nation in bank clearings. A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA AND FEDERAL SURPLUS LAND LOCATION : ln Southeast At lanta. 4 miles fro m the Center of the City. just Southeast of the Atla nta Fede ral Penitentiary. SIZE: Thi s de\'elopment competition area incl udes two tracts totalling approximately 96 ac res. DESIGN: The object of thi s development is an economica ll y a nd soc ia ll y balanced residential complex as an integral part of the surrou nd ing community, with major emphasis placed on hou sing for a cross-section of the socia l and economic grours of Atlanta. A substan tial portion of the hou sing (not less than 300 dwel ling units) mu st be developed und er a program whi ch will assure it s av.iilability to families of the lowest income group. Thi s design is to include: Recreation Housing Commerce Educ.:Hion Streets & util ities ZONING: The: tr,tcts ,,ill be rezoned by the Authority to conform to th e winn ing proposal. URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment area, no proposa l can rece ive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. Thi s assures good neighbors and perma nence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. Th ese are carefu lly cons idered before a determination is made as to wh ich proposa l is to be accepted. The agency will accept such proposa ls, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law. The followin g criteria will be used in evaluating each proposal: a. The excellence of the site plan for the development of the land particularly as it relates to the creation of optimum living environment. b. The excellence of the architectural design and the quality of the proposed construction. c. The financial responsibility and demonstrated capability of the Redeveloper. d. The manner in which the proposed development meets the goals and objectives as set forth in Section 6 of the Invitation for Proposals iss ued by the Atlanta Hous ing Authority on June 10, 1968. e. The relationship between the rentals to be charged and the number of rooms per unit, size of rooms, and other amenities to be provided by the Redeveloper. f. Acceptab ility of the proposed public facility sites to the agencies involved in their development. BROKERS PROTECTED Ask about tracts in other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas Atlanta Housing Authority B24 Hurt Building Atlanta, Ge orgia 30303 404 / 523-6074 PRICE: A fixed price of $7.650.00 per acre ( ! 7.562c per ~q . ft.) has been estabfo.,hed for th e res identia l and com mercial land. Th e area is to be comput ed by a registe red Surveyor. Th e maximum land va lue acceptable to FHA for areas used for 22 1 (d)( 3) housing is $4.500.00 per acre. TERMS: Deve loper mus t buy th e en tire propeny designated in his pla n for residential and commercia l use. Land for street s. utili ties. schools, park s. and the ex pressway will be acqu ired and deve loped by others. Partial take du,, n of land may b(: arranged provided substanti al housing areas arc developed pr ior to deve lopment of the shopping area or areas. All land must be purchased within 24 months subject to commitme nt by FHA. P roposals are to be subm itted for the design of the e11l'1c area and th e co nstruct ion of the residen ti al and comme rcia l developments. The deve lopmen t of th e Federal Surplus land co nt a in ed in this inv itati on provides an opportunity to meet some of the most urge nt needs of th e C ity of At lanta: I-l ous ing. Edu catio n. R ec reation. Employment. and o the r pub lic se rvices. Excellence of plan. q ua lity of desig n and construction. an d the manne r in which th e developer will meet socia l and econom ic goals will be major factors in eva luati ng proposa ls. PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED, The Atl an ta Housing Authority wi ll glad ly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. P roposa ls are to be opened in the ofticc o f the A tlanta H ousing A uth ority on September 5. 1968. at I 0:00 AM. lf an acceptable proposal is not received. the Author it y will con· tinuc to receive proposals and to open them as rece ived fo r a period of six months. or until a proposal has bee n approved by the Com· mi ssioners of th e Authority . whichever shall first occ ur. Proposal forms. survey plat s. and com ple te detail s arc avai lable from th e At lanta I-l ousing Autho rit y. THE COMMUNITY: At lanta is a city of beautiful homes, rolling terrain , sca ttered and dense stands of tree s. A moderate climate permits year round outdoor activity. Atlanta offers almost 5,000 acres of public parks and playgrounds; 11 major colleges, 20 genera l and 10 special hospitals, and more than 700 churches of every creed and de nom ination. In addit ion to a thriv ing downtown business distr ict, there are more than 60 suburban shopping centers. Atlanta boasts a new $18,000,000 major league sports stadium and a new $9 million auditorium.convention center. Nearing completion is a S8.1 million arts center. �A DEVELOPMENT COMPETITION IN THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT GA. - R - 22 This offering invites yo ur proposal for the purchase and development of Parcels BB· 1 and CC-1 in the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area. These two parcels represent approx imately 96 acres of Federal Surplus land made available for the development of an economicall y and sociall y balanced resident ial complex as an integral part of the surrounding community. The area is currently surrou nded by predominantly residential uses on the no rth , south and cast. T o the west is the Atlanta Federal Penitentiary, wh ich will be adequately buffered from thi s area. To the north is a private apartment complex and single fami ly residences. To the east, in the Thom asvi lle Urban Redevelopment Project, are 350 si ngle family dwellings, a park, a proposed elementary school, a 10.2 acre shopping center, and 350 units of public housing under construction. To the south is a sin gle family residential neighborhood, an elementary school, and the South View Cemetery separated from this area by a railroad right-of-way. This competiti on involves the design of an entire comm un ity which includ es: HOUSING: A major goa l of this development is to provide hou sing fo r a cross section of the social and economic groups of Atlanta. A substantial portion of the housing (not less than 300 dwelling units) must be developed under a program which will assure its ava ilability to families of the lowest income group. Building types should be varied and may include dwelling units from efficiency apartments for the elderly to five bedroom units for large families. EDUCATION: The developer wil l be required to des ignate land in th e area to be acqu ired and developed by the At lanta Board of Education fo r two primary schools a nd a middle school. RECREATION: The redeveloper will be required to designate usable land in the area to be acqu ired and developed by the City of Atlanta for th e ex pansion of an existing park. COMMERCE, The redeveloper wi ll be permitted to designate and acquire land on which a sma ll retail commercial area will be developed to serve the residents and the surrounding community. Publ ic stree ts and utilities designated in the Redevelopment Plan will be installed at no expense to the developer. STREETS AND UTILITIES: We invite you to study this brochure wh ich gives a brief description of the property, terms of sale and other data. Further details and information are quickly and readily available from the Atlanta Housing Authority. Th e maximum land mlues affe()table 10 F.H .A. for areas used for 221 (d){s) ho11Si11g is $4,500.00 per acre rnbject to 011tsta11di11g underwriting instmctions and will rt'prese111 the fair \'fil11e of land for use in cost certificatio11, \\'hen required. an oooortunitv to desian and develop a 96 acre neie:hborhood �
  • Tags: Box 3, Box 3 Folder 8, Folder topic: Housing department | 1969
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 17

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  • Text: OF THE CITY OF 824 HURT BUILDING• ATLANTA, GEORGIA ATLANTA 3 , GA. • JACKSON 3-6074 August 13, 1968 Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Re: Parcels 22 and 23 West End Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-90 Shopping Center Site Gentlemen: We are re-offering this shopping center site with a much lower price and far better terms. The price is now $512 , 000 for both parce ls and $424,000 for Parcel 23 alone. The Redeveloper must deposit 5% of the purchase price as a Proposal Deposit at the time of making a proposal. If the proposal is acc epted , no additional money is required to b e d eposited for a period of one y e ar, at which time he must sign the contract and deposit earnest money totalling 20% of the purchase price. This is worth an-0the r look. See the attached sales brochure for detail s of the offering and the property . Proposals are to be opened in our office at 10:00 A. M. on October 8, 1968. If you need additional information, or want the forms for making a proposal, pl e as e advise us. Very t rul y your s , ~ -t !4:'n111 ;0,v Ph ilip E. Vro oman, Chie f Real Estate Dispos i t i on Section PEV:hcn En c l o s u r e �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 19

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  • Text: PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will be glad to answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price has been established for this property and no proposal with a purchase price less than this will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM. If an accep1able proposal is riot received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold. FOR SALE ON A COMPETITIVE BASIS URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neigh· bars and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purpose of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; However, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluating the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compatibility of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overal l planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area - this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. Proposals will be opened February 5, 1969 at 10:00 AM ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303 523-6074 THE THOMASVILLE URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA Proposals w ill be opened February 5, 1969 at 10: 00 AM Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building Atlanta , Georgia 30303 �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 40

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  • Text: March 6 1 1969 Mr . Edwin L . Stel"ne, Chairnian Atlanta Housing Authority (:>39 Trust Company of Geo:rg,ia Building Atlanta, Geot'gia 30303 Dear Eddie : Thirty-one years ago the Atlanta H ousing Author.tty was established to provide fol' dece:-nt shelt r for the less fortunat . citizens of Atlanta. Under the Authority leader hip, the very first low-rent public housing project in America was built ,.. Techwood Homes . Since that tjrne , AHA has built nd op rated som l0j 550 wiits Gf public houslng and has almost 1, 587 unit u:nd ~ construction for occupancy v ry soon. At the me tune, AHA has boen the dministrative arm for the City of Atlanta lU*b - n l'edevelopment progr :m. Lik the public housing program, th u-:ban :r;'enewal program has long been recognized as one of the most outstanding in th Unit d S t . tes . No one can d ny thi factl The Atlanta Housing Autho rity has b · en a moving force behind th growth and dev lopm.ent of this city. Ov r the years inc the lnc ption of AHA, w have en taggering changes in th~ economic , sod 1 and political f o of Atlant . . AHA .. lik many other succe sful fore s in the city. h be n an agent £or much of this ch ng . It ha , in fac:tp und rgon much ch · ng in itself. Any oi-g nizatlon which xi ts !or ny 1 ngth of ti.m build up poli.cies and proc dure whlc:h mu t und rgo con t nt r view nd l" vision th nvironment in which it op r t undergo " revision and volution. �I Mr . Sterne Page Two March 6 , 1969 The demands of the Tenants United for Fairness (TUFF) is a manifestation of one of the most profound changes in our society of the last decade . The rising expectations of the poor nd forgotten for a bigger voice in the things which affed theht lives have united many individuals in hopes that the many voices joined togeth
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 42

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  • Text: EDWIN L . STERNE M . 8. SATTERFIELD CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AN O S ECRETARY LESTER H . PERSELLS GEORGE S . CRAFT AS S OCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR VICE CHA IRMAN CARLTON GARRETT DIRECT.OR OF" FINANCE GILBERT H . BOGGS J. B . BLAYTO>I DIRECTOR OF' HO US INC FRANK G. ETHERIDGE HOWARD OPENSHAW JACK F . GLENN DIRECTOR 924 HURT BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORG IA 30303 JACKSON O F' REDEVELOP M ENT GEORGE R. SANDER TECHNICAL DIR E CTOR 3-6074 We thought you might be interested in seeing Page 11 of this issue of the ATLANTA INQUIRER that features an entire page of news from Atlanta 1 s low rent housing projects. From time to time in the future, Jesse Hill, publisher of the INQUIRER, is making it possible for us to furnish such a page of news and pictures. Margret Ross, Public Information Officer �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 48

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  • Text: , ( - - _ , , Ivan All e n , - ATLANTA,GEORGIA PHONE J A. 2 •446 3 Jr. , Mayor ., o~ Sd nJI flvi,, f" /2; /Ill &,A;f ;/till. nltu/ ch ru Sl¥1vl- -, �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 3

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  • Text: �-:-------------- -...- ___..-~~-:lt-~ 1 :..- -~ • - - ., ~ , _ . , __ 3 1 M,'.,R. .J ,, �I .t:l!!i-'.. . . ·- ......... _ I .. ·• , r , . ..,,.d _ ,... ·"' 1 ' i ""-ii- ·' . ... r· - . : .,. .. "'··· . . . .. . ---.:1 ···,-7. .,..,.,. .... . .. , ... ...... i ........, · :t..» .... - A,. ,• . •' • • . . . ,. -- -·. -~ ·~ , ..-------.=--"' =~ I J �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 14

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  • Text: MOUSING ~ UTL;1-:1,0 R1n OF THE 824 ATLANTA. GEORGIA CITY OF HURT BUILDING • ATLANTA 3, GA , • JACKSON 3.9074 June 14, 1968 Mr. Dan E. Sweat, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Re: Parcels BB-1 and CC-1 Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area Project Georgia R-22 96 Acres of Federal Surplus Land Gentlemen: The Housing Author,i ty of the City of Atlanta has just made an offering of residential and commercial property with provisions for proposals to be evaluated for acceptance on criteria other than price. The Housing Authority has issued an invitation for proposals for the pur- chase and redevelopment of the residential and commercial portions of an entire tract of approximately 96 acres of Federal Surplus land which has been a part of the United States Penitentiary and now, by Amendment to the Project Plan, a part of the Thomasville Urban Redevelopment Area . Complete details of this offering, including the crite:r-1"a which will be used in evaluating proposals, are set forth in the enclosed sales brochur e . Proposals f or the purchase and redevelopment of this property must be submitted at a public meeting to be held in the office of The Housing Authority at 10:00 A. M. on the 5th day of September, 1968 , on forms to be furnished by the Agency . If you need additional information or desire to make a proposal, please advise us. Very truly yours, t9f/,,.. ~ ~ Phili' ; ? . Vrooman Chief, Real Estate Disposition Section PEV:hcn Enclosure �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 20

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  • Text: December 2 , 1968 Mr. Dan E. Sweat, J r. Ci ty Hall Atl anta, Geor gi a 30303 RE: Par cel 28 Universi t y Center UR Area Projec t Georgia R-11 (Indu str ial Property) Gentlemen: We a r e attaching a sales brochu r e which gives all the de t ails o f the offering of the above -describ ed i n dustrial property . The p r oper t y fr o nts 200 feet on the southwes t side o f St onewall St ree t and 150 feet o n the southeast side of Bailey St ree t . It i s loc ated o n ly a block from No rths i de Drive . I t has an a r ea of 2 6 , 28 5 squ a r e fee t a n d is z oned M- 1 a n d h as a min imu m sales p r i ce of $16 ,5 00 . 00 Proposals for t he p u rchase and redevelopmen t o f t h i s t ract of lan d mu st b e made on our fo r ms a n d will be ope ned i n ou r office o n J anu a r y 22 , 1969 , at 11:00 A. M. If y ou n eed add it ional i nformation o r ne ed the fo r ms t o mak e a proposal , please advise u s . Ve r y t ru l y y our s , g /. A -f' Z1/,J:::~en,o-t-er--..- P~i~7 E. Vrooma n Chief Real Es tate Disp os itio n Bran c h 0 PEV:hc n Enclosur e �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 21

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  • Text: PROPOSALS WILL BE OPENED JANUARY 22, 1969, 11:00 A. M. ATLANTA HOUSING AUTHORITY 824 Hurt Building Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404/ 523-6074 �? .J WE INVITE YOU TO SEE TH MAKE A PROP PERMITTED USES Light Manufacturing, includi ng but not limited t o processing, packaging, printing, needle trades, plumbing shop or tire recapping. Repair Shop. Warehouse. Who lesa le Sales. Service Station. Retail Store or Food Service, primarily serving the industrial area. No use will be permitted in the Industrial Area which may be obnoxi ous or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or vi brat ion. - LOCATION AND ..SIZE: At the corner of Bailey and Stonewall Streets, j ust West of Northside Drive, in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area. Has over 200 feet frontage on Stonewall Street; 150 on Bailey Street. Consists of 26,285.03 square feet or .60342 acres of land. - IMPROVEMENTS: Water, natural gas, electric ity, sanitary sewage, storm drainage, paved streets. - ZONING: This property is zoned for light manufacturing ... M-1. ZONED M-1 This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside University Center Urban Redevelopment Area ... an an and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlante Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a location makes it highly desirable from an accessibilit} public transportation, or by main thorofares. Well I, area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the PROPOSALS ARE NOT COMPLICATED: The Atlanta Housing Authority wi ll supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the method of making your proposal. A minimum price of $16,500.00 has been established for thi s property and no proposal with a purchase price less than that will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on January 22, 1969, at 11:00 A. M. If an acceptable proposa l is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve months or until the tract is sold. �,. WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THIS PROPERTY AND MAKE A PROPOSAL! uJ > i------ - ----la::: 0 ZONED M-1 This is an excellent Industrial Site, just off Northside Drive in Southwest Atlanta ... in the University Center Urban Redevelopment Area ... an area comprising colleges, housing projects and a small amount of industry. Located near Atlanta Baking Company and Bostrum Brady Manufacturing Company. The property is suited to a number of Industria l uses ... and its location makes it highly desirable from an accessibil ity standpoint, as it is easily reached by public transportation, or by main thorofares. Wel l located to quick ly serve the downtown area. See the complete list of permitted uses on the next fold. PRE-ESTABLISHED MINIMUM PRICE FOR THIS PROPERTY $16,500.00 Proposals for less than this amount cannot be considered. �In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All proposals must include a statement by the redeveloper showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Agency will accept such proposal, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law; however, no proposal for purchase at a price less than the established minimum price will be considered. In evaluatiug the proposals, the Agency will consider the proposed price to be paid for the land; the compat ability of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the proposed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 22

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  • Text: December 1·,3 , 1968 Mr4 Dan E. Sweat, Jr. Ci ty Hall Atl ctnto , Georgia 30303 RE: Parcel 10 University Center UR Area Project Georgia R-11 Commercial Use Gentlemen: We are re-offering this commercial property at a reduced sales pric e of $30,000.00. It contains 32,617 Square feet and fronts 213 feet on the south side of Greensferry Avenue, 124 feet east of Ashby Street. The property is well located in the University Center Area and there are many permitted u 9 es for which it may be developed. We are attaching a sales brochure which gives the details of the offering and the dimensions of the property. If you need additional informati9n or wish to make a proposal, please advise us. Ver~;/'/~ Philip E. Vrooman, Chief Real Estate Disposition Branch PEV:hcn Enclosure �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 25

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  • Text: \ 3 ACRE MOTEL SITE FOR SALE �A beautiful location . . . ·· Adjacent to the Expressways ... Minutes from downtown Atlanta Business and Shopping Areas ... This is a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area .. : with good frontage on two majqr streets and quick access to downtown, and sut::iurban business areas_. ·. ·. ·in faet just about any place ·'in· the Southeast. Located · at a major exit of Interstate 20 : . LOCATION In Southwest Atlanta, Southwest of the intersection of Ashby and Oak Streets ... at an Exit of 1-20 .. ··. less than 2 miles from the center of Atlanta's main business district ... very conveniently situated ... a key property in the planned redevelopment of t_he area ... and long frontages on Oak and Ashby Streets. SIZE Parcel 20 consists of 3.0163 acres (131,390 square feet). IMPROVEMENTS Paved streets, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, water, natural gas, electricity. ZONING The property is zoned C-3 for hotel, motel or motor hotel. PROPOSALS ARE · NOT COMPLICATED The Atlanta Housing Authority will supply all necessary proposal forms, and will gladly answer questions concerning the property or the method of making proposals. Minimum price has been established on this parcel and no proposals with a purchase price less than established minimum will be considered. Proposals are to be opened in the office of the Atlanta Housing Authority on April 17, 1968, at 10:00 A.M. If an acceptable proposal is not received, the Authority will continue to receive proposals and to open them as received for a period of twelve (12) months or until a proposal has been accepted by the Agency, whichever shall first occur. Proposal forms, survey plats, and complete details are available on request. �A beautiful location ... Adjacent to the Expressways Minutes from downtown Atlanta Business and S_hopping Areas ... . . . near main expressway connectors and interchanges ... with excellent exposure to heavy traffic ... yet very easy to get to. This is ·a motel site that would be hard to duplicate in the Atlanta area ... with good frontage on two majqr streets and quick access to downtown and suourban btJsi,nes's 'c;1re~s. . . .. •in faef ju;,t about any place ··in-· the Southeast. Located · at a majqr exit of ,Interstate 20 .' This parcel has been designated a Tra11sient Housing Area A building or premise shall be used only for the following purposes: Hotel, motel, or motor hotel and incidental accessory uses including but not limited to, restaurants, barber and beauty shops, gift shops, florist shops, apothecary shops and book or stationery stores. Parcel 20 $205,000 Proposals for less than this established minimum will not be considered. �URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROTECTS THE FUTURE OF YOUR INVESTMENT In any Urban Redevelopment Area, no proposal can receive consideration that contemplates an unpermitted use. This assures good neighbors and permanence of values. All prqposals must include a statement by the developer showing financial responsibility and capability to successfully complete the proposed improvements set forth in preliminary drawings and a narrative description. These are carefully considered before a determination is made as to which proposal is to be accepted. The Authority will accept such proposals, if any, as it deems to be in the public interest and in furtherance of the purposes of the Georgia Redevelopment Law. In evaluating the proposals, the Authority will consider the compatability of the proposed development to other existing and planned improvements in the area; the excellence of the proposed design and the quality of the overall planning of the pro' posed development; and the size of the proposed development, particularly as it relates to effect on the tax digest. These tracts are in a protected area-this is fundamental to the whole basic concept of Urban Redevelopment. BROKERS PROTECTED Ask about tracts in other Atlanta Urban Redevelopment Areas Atlanta Housing Authority 824 Hurt Building, Atlanta, Georgia 30303 404/523-6074 �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 29

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  • Text: WESTERN ·r.-.--: __ ,. .•-::c- .... -. - J ·.:..: ·-- . . - ------ c-~· - ,.- ,., -..: H24A EOT KAY 10 ~::,c i. -::-f - i.~'f..-,.":.! ~! ... .r.r,.;,s: ~.r., ..- -- ,.:-4 ·- · : .,·._ ~-'it°'- . ·:---·::.~-~\MPSOH HtMB£R OF COfiGRESS ( / j;c-- / ~1,60Q,89q $7, 9'6 , '9q ( '1107}. 1270 (1 .!51) p../ TOTAL. FOR PROJ[(}T �
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 44

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  • Text: m muu 11111m m u m 22 , 1111 I Hampton Resigu Fro11 UNCF, Voorhees Beco11es New Me11ber NEW YORK - One o/. the memben cl. the Un11J:d 1',;ogro College Find &Ill I member of the Fund for 25 yurs, Hampc:on lnltl.- cb&ner nae, 11 resigning Its mem• ber11h1p, It .. , 1nnounced jointly today by Or. Jerome H. Hollaa:I, Preatdent d. Hampain and OJ-. St.ephen J, Wright, Pren:lent of the United Negro College Flllld. At the 11me time, Or. Wright announced the electdo n ol. Voorhees College, Denmark, South Carollna,to the Finl. In submitting HamptOl'l's rettgnadon, Dr, Holland Ilk! that Hampton bu enjoyed ltl long time membership In the Fund." '"Wldle - regret: Hamplelvlnl," Dr. Wriglc Nld, "we rNllZe thl.tHamptoo ll a strong lntdtudonand bu 'come d ap' In !ta fund• ralalq. We are allop-OU;.1 to wekgme Voorhees Into roembersbfp, tor1'1 Diz Comes To La Carousel For One- Week Engagement Pa1chal'1 LA CUouael prou:llyannounces theopen• Ing of "Dtzzy"GWesple on Friday, Felruary 21 for a one week enppment. ~CF announced Justth1s week thet It recelYed the record tum of $6,W,nJ durlDI tbt 1968 campaign, reponed by c:unpalgnchalrman 111d trMaurer George Ctw.m• pion 1t"tbellrgest11111J1l 1DcrN1e In the Func:1'1 25- year attheageofflfteen Olzr,·wu 1wtnled1.-:bolarshJp totheLaurlnburJlutl· ture In r-;onhcarollnundt.-gan I sndy of harmony and theory there. The sol.hi of I trumpet b11 echoed1cr011tbeva11tocean, 1nd1lertedmllllclow,nlbe world over that Dizzy Gil• le!lpte, the 'Ktng:of Jazz'1J1s tourlng:tbeworidono.1pln. ••Thllt1meon11J)tnnmg platterofwax. _.....,.,_ YH C11't 11\ -~~.!!LE!~ T1,1y's 1,,s Wit~ Y11t11,1y'J Skills. TCB Soars To Top TC&- Tbe crlgtnal sourdcnct from Moto1m's h11color relevlalon JrOducdon IWTtng Diani Roa aad Tbe SUpnmes ll'ilh Thi Tempcattou ts TIO'W the 111tton'1 oumber'"Olle leWng album. Tba W,U.. loua pop mule lllun IOlred 10 the topofthecndeclartswtddn1lxweetalft.ertt1nlea•. Stg:nlfkantly, the TCB (faking Care of BulineH) album knocked tbe Beatles out of lbe number-one l1ot. MotoWn now domlnltel the LP charts with 14 top selling albums ol wblcb Diana Roas and The ~-~TbeTempu.tlon1143.215.248.55e~-- Dr. Bond 11 Leclare Series Rep. Dean Challenges South Carolina NAACP Mun Bond. noted Neg:roeduCltor and DlreclOl"of EdUCI tlonll and Social Re11e1rchat the t:nlvenlty 1h11 week Ofl Notable among recem speeches by 761h Dlltrtct Stice Reprelelltl,d Ye Jame, E, ONn of Atlsnta .,.1 bis addre• to the Stwellt NMCP Chapter ol CJafUn Col1ege In On.oiteburL oa Adlnt1Un1-,enttyopened1 lecture llel'les by Dr. Honce "'Black FAueatt011." The first lecture w11 on '"The Elememary and Secon• dary EducadonofBlackFolkl to the EndofWorldWarD" an:IW11bekllnDeanSapAudltorlum. H 7:30p.m. Tue~ day. Dr. Bcnd'1 leCODi lec111re tn tl9 ter1es "'11lbeon Msrcb 14 on "Hlgblr EdUCldoa of Black Foll: IP tbe Untlltd St1.te1.' to be foll.ofld cm. 0 Agroupofowr300penons prely I political one. "Pol• ltlcl lacartng ...I ..~ Politics 11 actloa lnlliMd of Idle callt, P0Utlc1 1' dia aaly meentna.ful type of 8laclt Power" , be aid. Mr. Oeu 1118d die current experieDCel oldie 'blackcoalldoa' lntberre-0eor- crndlld the college&1,1:lltorlum to • r die~ 10cW. worter tunled poUddan fomtfully urp yoma black Amer1clnl to ..cballenp: tbe 1Y9m and bemd lt lOdlllff'Y brNtSDg point" CD mate It produce ' 'IWllmanfor• dlla ll: ... fcrwldaL" TIii jal>Gfdllqlncdll_,... gillqlllature11ana:ampll ol bowpolidcecuilZ'(ldlace for black ~ - ..w, are moving (bin In Adela) IIO ~ tile pa,Udca1 dlltl1ctl of our l!lilCl'OpCIIII INI IO u to plKe ....... cue clly u:I COlally . . . , . . -~llldll.,fll blld: paaple," Ill dldlnd. s.c.. Felrulry 10. . , ...... . . -:=:==== ~======:: :~==;;;;143.215.248.55-=::-. .,prtt23wldl '-r1ne Coun: Oeclelolll: Pleayw.F~ ~ fflO'IIII wderny to Cl"eltll dlatrk:1 People, Clubs ~a!~"'::a~r:~JM:\~1:~11~-~- H. L. R~mOC1, UI : 1 . ~.Loclcett Is ~n:lent and Mrs. M.A . Ltnaey Girls Club staff leaders and volimteers repre.entlng clubl In Atlsnta, Columbul, Galnesvllle an:I Rome, Ga., and Pllenlx Clly, Ala., will i-,rtlclplte tn a state-wide workshl.p to be held Febn.ary 26 In Atlanta I t tbt Atlanta Glrll' Cub's Welt End Branch. Mias Lillian "Stormy'" Heael. Solabern Region field llnke director of Girls Clubs of America, II In charge of ti. workshop. ;I.lore ttan 40 staff membera an:[ vohllwrs are expected to attend. Mn. J, Robert Eubenkl of A.tlantll. nadonal pren:lent ol CCII., and Mrs, Carol J. Bogp. executhe director ot the Atlanta Girls' Club will welcome the delepte1. At.a jW'eNnt wtlJ be Mra. F, L, P~ott.e of Atlalltl, ct.Iman of lhe 111tloml annual conference ol Gtrll Clubl of Amert~ ca to be held here April 13-16, The workshop will begin wltb a coffee hour 11 9:30 Ind wUI conc:IWe It I p.m. ,.m. APPLY 111n mm 11111111 111.-SAT. 1:11 -C:II --· Wldla pla)'Ulcards and other pme1of tn1area,ths IDlll1Djoo/ed1dellcloulbuffet menu of ber+-que chicken and rlbl, chtttetlqs, pig ears, coll slaw, icebaKlemon pie, 1uorted beverage, 1ndhor1d'oeuvre1. Preeeatfortheocca1loaln addition to tboae prevtouty mentioned were Ed"'rd F. Bowman. Marlon A. Black, Arthur L. Drayne, Cbarle1 Ft•••• •••, l11t1i SenlorSecretery - Sode.I PlaMlng Ap,ncy. EXJ)erlsnc- ed, aborthlnd , dOlnllOWI\, Salary $453.00 per month. Equal Clpponun1ty Employer 171-2211 lOpolnledtotbaewntl.ad• Ing to the formation ot bis OlfflllngleleS111lltlV1dilcr1c:t 11 aneumpleolhowsroup, olblacl:clrlzeucsnbe"gerrymandered together for mulmum political eftecthe- neu." E. Harri.on. WWleJ.Jonian, HlntonMardn,Jr.,ErneetM. Plarr. TUrner S, Sthley. Clarle1 E. Tltum, Marshall W, Turner, RtchudT. V.ldte, L'\n°IJ.• 11-- DE~T AL PLATES REPAI RED & DUPL1CU"ED o.,·£ HOV«f£1f.flCI Hip O,,ali13 at Low Prt(ln ..... .,,,_.'"-'.,"'-. ,...," ""' 11,-. ·.1.\1.,.,P.M. Nl,..,,,,9.\.t.t,. I P.M. . Both teams Zed 18 games. CWllnColleplddre••al- , . Cldl--Ullllefeac.:!wldla Pnalcllll'111ria-.mklpt DuriD( h1a Aflllr returning to Adantll oa F ebnary 11, Mr. Dean IDtr
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 47

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  • Text: · .7/)I 1(JI/)' , A_1:2:!-~c ~ u- Q '2 IL .- ll€4 . tJ ~ · v;e the Block Leaders of the H6nry Grady-Graves HomES Community are concerned as to whether or not the r6sidences of the Grady-Graves Homes Community 8Xe in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tenqnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with 1:1.::nagement, or would you prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our om community? If you are in favor of TUFF handling our problems, please sign your na~ under "YES". If not, please sign under "NO". - YES ���,-r-, j, - ,~ the 2!}2~s~ ra?-:e~~nm~ e concerned as to whether or not the residences of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organized group, known as T.U.F.F.(Tenqnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with l:'I.:::nagement, or would you .prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our Olm cornmuni ty? If you are in favor of TUFF handling our problems, please sign your naIOO under "YFB"• If not, please sign under "NO"• - YES ��. - YES �I I >! �~ ~ _ ~ ef ~ -r~ 7 ~ d !J. I We the Block Leaders of the Hen~rady-Graves HolllfS Community are concerned as to whether or not the residen es of the Grady-Graves Homes Community are in favor of the recently organi ed group, kno'Wil as T.U.F.F.(Tenqnts United For Fairness)- to come in and handle our problems with ri::nagement, or would you prefer that we continue to handle them ourselves with the Organization we now have in our om community? Ii' you are in f aver of TUFF handling our pro"llii.ems, please sign your na~ under "YES"• If not, please sign under 11 N011 . , - YES I ( ..J NO ��
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 50

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  • Text: ,, 1(,, 1 ' - (;j l DEC3 0 1968 ALONZO F. HERNDON HOMES 511 JOH!f STREET, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 ·-~----/ WE , THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO NOT WANT T.U.F.F. . TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEVANCES--WE ARE ABLE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANTiS ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESENTATIVES. / NAME £.ARTMENT ~ //li ~ mu ~ 0/J~~ i ~ '1rJ M.,,. ~ f) ~ ~ t'S 3 ?~ 3 fP IF YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STATEMENT~ PLEASE SIGN. THANJ(S J_ �r .HJONZO F. HERNDON HOMES 511 J.OHH STREET, No W~ ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30318 WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TENANTS, DO Nor WANT T.U.F.F. TO FIGHT FOR OUR GRIEVANCES--WE ARE .ABLE TO FIGHT THEM OURSELVES THROUGH MANAGEMENT, ADVISORY COMMITTEE, TENANT 1 S ASSOCIATION AND BUILDING REPRESE:1JTb.TIVES ~ APARTMENT NP.ME lJJ/2' 't, 7)1,1,y, J ) ~ ~ ., ."uJ_ ~ cJ ~ ~ 1/- -t 3 /f. Jt- 1'tvo- 1 /?J M ~ . 7:1~ ~ (0/~ l ~ ~ ~ Y) fl  -f> l'YJ AA. . y t.f gt 137 ,Yi>/ rv.i~1 ~ ( ,-n ~) w ~ 7Yl~U ~~ ~a;;_, . -~- IF YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE STA 'J'EMFNT, PJ,EASE SIGN. THANT
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Box 3, Folder 8, Document 2

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