Regional Projects


The university is growing their landholdings in Midtown to build on Emory Healthcare’s presence in the SoNo neighborhood and to better connect and engage with the City through the development of an academic and community hub. The university aims to contribute to the positive redevelopment of this area and work with the city towards their goal of better connecting Midtown and Downtown. Most recently, the university purchased 477 Peachtree Street and is currently pursuing plans to re-purpose the site with a new mix of active and cultural uses, as proposed in the City’s Downtown Plan.

Midtown Projects

Briarcliff Campus

The Briarcliff campus is currently home to Briarcliff Buildings A and B, the Briarcliff Mansion, and the Library Service Center (LSC). Given the physical condition of the Briarcliff Buildings A and B, there is significant opportunity to redevelop this site while preserving the LSC and restoring the historic Briarcliff Mansion. The site of Briarcliff Buildings A and B presents several partnership opportunities for a range of uses including senior living.

Briarcliff Projects

Emory at Executive Park in Brookhaven

Executive Park will be a mixed-use office and healthcare district that will house Emory Healthcare’s new Musculoskeletal Institute and build on the existing healthcare, residential, hotel, and office uses and the momentum around the future adjacent CHOA campus. This reimagined district is an opportunity to develop a more cohesive vision for the existing uses and infill sites through an increase in residential and office density and a strong open space strategy. As a live/work community, Executive Park will foster a more pedestrian-friendly environment that encourages health and wellness through strategic street and traffic design, a multiuse path through the district’s core, and two centrally located open spaces.

Executive Park Projects

Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative

The Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative (CCTI) is the proposed light rail connection from the Lindbergh MARTA Station to Emory’s campus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Veterans Administration Medical Center and other businesses in the Clifton Corridor. It is the largest employment center in the region without direct access to MARTA rail or the interstate. The CCTI will provide access to thousands of job opportunities for people in Atlanta and throughout the region with all levels of experience and education that otherwise would be out of reach.

Clifton Corridor Project