Atlanta City Councilmember Michael Julian Bond has been accused of more ethics violations including pocketing money for a trip he didn’t take to the Congressional Black Caucus meeting in Washington, DC and tickets for DragonCon. Creative Loafing reports that some of the other violations include requests for tickets to a VIP screening of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” tickets to see Chaka Khan at Cobb Energy Centre and there’s also questions about $1,500 for Christmas bonuses to staffers.
Curbed Atlanta reports that North American Properties wants to build 250 apartments with some ground-floor retail at the corner of Ralph McGill Boulevard and Ashley Avenue near Historic Fourth Ward Park.
Stream Realty Partners is developing a loft office project in West Midtown, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The $12 million project on Ellsworth Industrial Drive would re-purpose an existing building that houses two furniture stores. The redevelopment would feature 75,000 square feet of new loft office space geared to West Midtown creative firms.