Selig’s top priority is his relationships
To say that family is important to Steve Selig is a major understatement.
“I would say family comes first, second, third, fourth and fifth and then everything else comes after that,” Selig said. “To me — and it may sound a little trite because most people say this — but I can assure you, family is so far first in importance I don’t even know what’s second. I am blessed to have 14 grandchildren. I am blessed to have a wonderful wife and a wonderful sister. I have five great kids. We just have a very loving, very close family.”Read More
Focus on: 77 12th – Development of Excellence Award Finalist
77 12th is a 23-story mixed-use tower consisting of 330 luxury one-bedroom and two-bedroom high-rise apartments and 20,000 square feet of street-level retail and restaurants.Read More
Princi Italia restaurant coming to 77 12th Street
There’s been a bit of a shuffling of retail tenants at 77 12th St., a luxury apartment tower in Midtown.
Dallas-based restaurant Princi Italia is now set to open a new location at the building, which is the newest phase of the 12th & Midtown development.Read More
Carter-Selig team to develop Sandy Springs project
Veteran Atlanta real estate development companies Carter and Selig Enterprises will team up to develop the City Center project for Sandy Springs.Read More
Suburban Plaza – Demolition begins soon
Documents published by the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association show that developer Selig Enterprises will soon begin demolishing existing structures at Suburban Plaza to make way for a Walmart.
Scott Selig on June 6 provided residents living near Suburban Plaza an update.Read More
Central Atlanta Progress goes back to the future with HQ move
Central Atlanta Progress hoped to make a statement with its move to the top floor of 84 Walton Street, a building that once served as headquarters for the Atlanta Birmingham and Atlantic Railroad.Read More
CBRE Heads Leasing For Selig Enterprises 84 Walton Street and 75 Marietta Street
Nestled in the Fairlie-Poplar District of downtown Atlanta, at the corner of Fairlie and Walton, sit 75 Marietta and 84 Walton Street, two buildings connected both physically and historically.Read More