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From Atlanta Business Chronicle Georgia State University is planning its latest big downtown project — a new building for its expanding business school. The university has hired the international firm Robert A.
The first phase of construction could begin by The university is still considering sites, and up to six locations might be in the running, according to people familiar with the plans. The eventual spot is expected to be close to the current home of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
The college is housed at 35 Broad St.
Atlanta Business Chronicle reported in January that Georgia State had an interest in the story Equitable Building, which was foreclosed upon last year.
But the university appears to have backed away. While the project could involve the purchase and redesign of an existing downtown building, a build-to-suit project is far more likely, according to people familiar with the plans.
Fenwick Huss said in an e-mail. The need for more downtown classrooms is driving the project. During the past 10 years, GSU business school enrollment has increased by 2, and now stands at 7, according to the university.
That growth has propelled the school to the sixth-largest in the country, according to AACSB International, an accrediting body for business schools.
GSU may see a new building with the latest technology giving its recruitment an upper hand. During the past two decades, Georgia State developed into a major player in downtown Atlanta real estate.
Former President Carl Patton pledged to make the school an integral part of downtown. Inthe Georgia State University Foundation purchased the SunTrust building; a two-block area that includes the story office tower at 25 Park Place; a three-story bank building; a six-story annex building; a four-story vacant building and an eight-story parking deck.
The cost of the new business school project is unclear. When that first phase begins will depend on funding. Some of that money will have to come from the cash-strapped state Board of Regents.
Much of the additional funding will come from private donations, sources said. The business school has numerous notable graduates. InParker H. The project eventually bore his name.Isabelle Monlouis, Professor of Practice and Associate Director, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University By Isabelle Monlouis The Atlanta metropolitan area is one of the broadest and most diverse entrepreneurial markets in the nation.
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