Economic Development

The north end of Savannah's Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (from River St. to Gwinnett) includes: Eight  hotels with at least three more in development One Vantosh Realty Group listing at 32 MLK Three museums Three gas stations Three fast food restaurants Six SCAD buildings The County Jail The County Courthouse A Revolutionary War Memorial A Visitor Center housed...

According to University of Tennessee geography professor Derek Alderman, there are over 700 streets in the U.S. (re)named for civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Most of those streets are in the south, and Dr. King's home state of Georgia has more than...

City Department of Environmental Affairs and Sustainability looks at public recycling receptacles and City energy use.  Did you even know the City of Savannah had a Department of Environmental Affairs and Sustainability?  The recycling bins, that will first be tested on River Street, will of course, have...

As the economy continued to improve, there was a lot of activity throughout the Savannah area in 2014.  Here are some Highlights::: Historic District New Hotels: The Brice, The Cotton Sail Hotel, Embassy Suites New Retailers: J Crew, Ann Taylor Loft, LuluLemon, L’Occitane New Restaurants: Flying Monk Noodle Bar,...