The first game of a big city development season in the South has officially started.
Atlanta’s first development boom is underway.
Here’s what you need to know:What is a development boom?
Development is the creation of new or expanded jobs, businesses and places.
It can take the form of a new stadium, a hotel, a restaurant, a mall or a new college campus.
There’s a reason why there’s a new buzzword to describe this: Growth.
It’s a way of life in Atlanta.
Developers in Atlanta want to create more of the same: More jobs, more income, more growth, more economic opportunity.
In Atlanta, this means more of what the city calls “development.”
It is important to understand the difference between the two, however.
Development in Atlanta is typically a relatively small, temporary development that builds on existing infrastructure.
It does not create jobs, it does not generate more economic activity, it is not a catalyst for new industries.
Development is a process that requires the construction of structures that support the surrounding community and is usually funded by local government.
This is why the Atlanta Braves and their new stadium have been so controversial.
The city’s elected officials and business leaders say the team will increase traffic, cause gridlock and be a threat to public health and safety.
But the Braves argue the stadium will create new jobs and create economic opportunity in a neighborhood that has been plagued by high crime rates and high unemployment.
The Falcons have the largest share of new construction in the city, about 60 percent.
But construction of the stadium has already started and has been underway for more than a year.
The Falcons have been selling tickets online and have built a new, more intimate stadium in the heart of downtown.
The stadium will seat more than 300,000 fans and will feature an expanded version of the retractable roof and other amenities that are used in other stadiums.
This is also where the Braves’ plans to move into a brand-new, $3 billion luxury apartment building that will include a luxury suite, gym, tennis courts, swimming pool and rooftop deck are expected to begin in 2017.
The hotel is expected to open by 2020 and will be fully leased to residents.
The city has also spent more than $10 million on a park in Cobb County to provide a place for children and youth to play and exercise.
The park is being developed by the Cobb Economic Development Authority.
But the Braves, who own a large part of the Georgia Dome, have been pushing the city to build a stadium on a site adjacent to the Cobb County Zoo and Aquarium, which has been in the works for years.
The Atlanta Falcons have made it clear they don’t want to be at the zoo or aquarium.
They want the city of Atlanta to develop a park on the property, too.
There’s also the controversy over the use of eminent domain, which allows a city to acquire private property for use as a development site.
When developers in the late 2000s tried to build the Georgia Coliseum on land near the Atlanta Falcons’ home, they were denied.
But a court later ruled that the Braves should not be given the chance to sell the land to private developers.
The Atlanta Braves are also trying to expand their ownership stake in the team to include a stake in a planned new stadium in Savannah, which is scheduled to open in 2020.
There is also the possibility that the team might build a new ballpark in the Savannah area, with the Braves as a tenant.
The Braves and other development groups are also working on the Atlanta BeltLine, a project to extend the existing BeltLine to the northern tip of the city.
The plan is to add two new lines along the Atlanta River, and the Atlanta City Council will vote on the project at a special council meeting next month.
The stadium boom in Atlanta will also be watched closely by the U.S. Conference of Mayors, which announced a $200 million plan for a downtown stadium in Atlanta to be built on vacant land.
The $200-million plan calls for a stadium and hotel that will be used as an economic development center.
The U.C.L.A. conference has said it is concerned that the proposed stadium will hurt the city’s economic recovery.
“A large portion of the downtown area is vacant, blighted and underserved,” the group said in a statement.
“This development could exacerbate that problem and exacerbate a housing crisis.”
What are the key issues that will shape the development boom in the future?
The most immediate issue for the future of Atlanta will be the fate of the new Georgia Dome.
The dome is currently in the process of being torn down to make way for the new Braves stadium.
The Dome’s $300 million cost has been set aside for redevelopment and a new Georgia Coliseum.
The NFL has said that if the Falcons are granted a franchise, the city could still be forced to build