City of Atlanta
The preparation of this website as well as the operational support of the Land Bank Authority are financed, in part, through a community development project of the City of Atlanta funded by a Community Development Block Grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The City of Atlanta provides support and funding in conjunction with Fulton County.
The preparation of this website as well as the operational support of the Land Bank Authority are financed, in part, through ongoing support and funding from Fulton County in conjunction with the City of Atlanta.
The Atlanta Renewal Community Coordinating Responsible Authority, Inc. (ACoRA)ACoRA works to help economically distressed neighborhoods and the underserved population to grow and become places where residents and business owners can live and flourish.
ACoRA was designated by the City of Atlanta as the non-profit corporation charged with facilitating the use of special federal business tax incentives and guiding the investment of more than $53 million in Title XX funds remaining from the City’s former 1994 Empowerment Zone (EZ) designation.
Grants Received: Organizational Assessment Grant, $50,000, executed November 12, 2008
Property Acquisition Grant, $779,333, executed May 7, 2009 and Operating Grant, $834, 709, executed May 13, 2009 -funds from this grant were used to support the preparation of this website.”
Griffin & Strong PC – General Counsel
Kutak Rock, LLP – Real Estate Counsel
Shuping, Morse & Ross, LLP – Closing Attorneys
RS Johnson Legal – Litigation
Financial Audit Services:
Melissa D. Preston CPA P.C.
Property Management Services:
Smith Real Estate Services
Management Consulting Services:
Real Estate Services: