As a project manager for JLL Atlanta's Adaptive Reuse Unit, a specialized team within the project and development services division, I never face the same challenge twice. For our team, each project is an opportunity to transform and bring life into an old space, which in turn helps each unique community grow and thrive.

While we've worked on some of the largest, most complex adaptive reuse projects in the region, we have a special appreciation for the work we get to do in burgeoning cities and smaller, historic districts. In these areas, adaptive reuse is particularly powerful in sparking future revitalization and inspiring new growth. Leading the team, JLL Senior Project Manager Carson Mathis, a fellow adaptive reuse expert, has been the driving force as we tackle two exciting projects in districts outside of metro Atlanta – one old and one new.

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