Several of our IMPACT team members were on hand to accept the award on Thursday, April 29th, at the 27th annual Pacesetter Awards hosted at Zoo Atlanta. This award is given to the city’s 100 fastest growing companies across 11 main categories, with IMPACT coming in at #7 in Commercial Real Estate and #83 overall.
Jacksonville Jaguars and Iguana Investments have officially named Impact Development Management as the owner’s representative for the Shipyards development project that will break ground later this year in Jacksonville, FL. This events and entertainment destination will deliver an ultimate experience to the downtown area.
Recently, the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) awarded TK Elevator’s Innovation and Qualification Center and North American Headquarters in Atlanta a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification. We are grateful to our project partners for collaborating to achieve this incredible standard.
Impact Development Management has been selected as the owner’s representative for the new Jacksonville Sports Performance Center. The iconic NFL sporting team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, will be the main tenant of the facility and will maintain the property, which will be owned by the City of Jacksonville.
Today, Impact Development Partners (IDP) launches to develop multifamily and mixed-use assets across the Southeast. A sister company of Impact Development Management (IDM), the firm combines institutional investment, development, and project management expertise with entrepreneurial drive, energy, and flexibility.
We’ve celebrated so many amazing milestones with our employees and partners. Working with all of you, we continue to push the boundaries of collaboration, and we know that we’re on the right path to making an even greater IMPACT together in 2022. Cheers to you as we recap some of our accomplishments from 2021!
As recounted in 8 Keys to Country Club Success, country clubs continue to adapt their facilities to the evolving needs of their members. Many club managers indicate that they see this as a favorable time to undergo improvement projects. With this in mind, one question consistently arises when we meet with our country club clients: “When should I start planning for my next improvement project?”