Written By Dyana Bagby – Reporter, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta Business Chronicle The city of Savannah wants to boost its technology industry so much so that it is willing to pay people to move there. The Savannah Economic Development Authority announced this week it would pay qualified technology workers $2,000 to those willing
If you’re considering purchasing property near the ocean, you should understand what kind of efforts you’ll be making to keep your property and tenants safe in the case of a hurricane.
When you retire, you may have different priorities for what you want in a neighborhood and community. Here are 5 things to look for in a neighborhood for retirees.
Written by: Katie Nussbaum, Savannah Morning News Less than two months after a massive fire ripped through the Eastern Wharf development on east President Street, crews are back on site conducting demolition work and readying the multimillion-dollar mixed-use project for future construction work as the developers remain committed to the project
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Hello, current and future neighbors! We hope this blog post finds you and yours safe and well. Given the pandemic and ongoing developments surrounding it, we would like to share some details about how we’re handling social distancing here at Upper East River. Our state’s shelter-in-place order has been lifted,
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