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Selig Heralds in a New Way of Living in Growing Suburban Atlanta

Selig Development welcomes the first residents to Heartwood, a first-of-its-kind community in the burgeoning community of Powder Springs, Georgia.


1105 West Peachtree Development is Recognized with Atlanta’s Best

In September of 2023, the Selig team took home the Best Office and Commercial Mixed-Use Development Award from The Urban Land Institute for its work on the landmark 1105 West Peachtree tower.


1105 West Peachtree Delivers; Transforms a Full City Block

October of 2021 welcomed Google as the anchor office tenant of the recently completed 1105 West Peachtree building. A new icon in the Midtown Atlanta Skyline, 1105 West Peachtree stands 32 stories tall and includes 645,000 sf of office space, 64 upscale condominium residences, the 178-key Epicurean Hotel, and street-level retail.


The Works Welcomes New Tenants

The Works officially opens, welcoming highly anticipated tenants Scofflaw Brewing, Chattahoochee Food Works, and Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q. Staggered openings throughout the coming months and years fill out the remainder of Phase One and herald in a new era for the Upper Westside.


Selig Enterprises Celebrates 100 Years

Selig Enterprises officially celebrates 100 years in business at an event in late October. Fittingly, one of the company’s most unique projects to date plays host to the occasion: The Works.


Scott Selig Passes After Battle with Cancer

Scott Selig, the young and charismatic development executive, passed away on October 27, 2017.


Building Blocks

Selig Development Company is formed. The company aims to tackle the development and redevelopment of its expansive existing portfolio, and to find new opportunities to impact the city. Its first endeavors are ambitious: 1105 West Peachtree – a 32-story tower with office, residential, hotel, and retail components; and The Works – an 80 acre mixed-use development in Atlanta’s Upper Westside. The Works will convert the area’s low-rise brick warehouses into 500,000 sf of office space, 350,000 sf of retail, 500 residences, a 200-key boutique hotel, and 13 acres of greenspace.


Suburban Plaza Wins Regional Redevelopment Award

When it came time for Suburban Plaza in North Decatur to get a facelift, Selig Enterprises worked tirelessly to bring the 290,000+ sf center in line with modern sensibilities. For its efforts the development was recognized at the Metro Atlanta Redevelopment Summit, taking home the 2016 Regional Development Award.


Sixty 11th Delivers

Sixty 11th, the 320-unit apartment tower at 12th & Midtown, opens to Midtown renters. 12,000 sf of retail provides street interactivity at the base of the 20-story tower.



The Four Pillar Award

The Council for Quality Growth awards Steve Selig with the Four Pillar Award.


77 12th Street Delivers

77 12th Street – Phase 4A of the 12th & Midtown megaproject – opens its doors to the public. The 23 story tower features 330 apartments and 20,000 sf of retail.


A Real Estate Visionary

Steve Selig is the recipient of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2011 Best in Atlanta Real Estate Visionary Award.


1075 Peachtree Opens

Phase 2 of 12th & Midtown welcomes the development’s anchor, 1075 Peachtree: a 34-story, LEED Certified tower that includes the 414-key Loews Atlanta Hotel, 773,000 sf of office space, 52 condominium residences, and an additional 59,000 sf of street-level retail space.


1010 Midtown Debuts

Phase 1 of 12th & Midtown delivers. 1010 Midtown houses 425 condominiums and 38,000 sf of retail and restaurant space within its 35 stories.



Best in Atlanta Real Estate

12th & Midtown, the four-block megaproject developed jointly by Daniel Corporation and Selig Enterprises takes home the top award in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best in Atlanta Real Estate Awards.


90th Anniversary

The Selig Mystery Trip- To celebrate Selig’s 90th Anniversary, all employees and a guest go on an expenses-paid vacation to Vail, Colorado.



The District at Howell Mill

Selig opens The District at Howell Mill, a 306,000 sf shopping center featuring a mix of big-box and local offerings alongside 320 residences.


The Plaza Midtown

Selig Enterprises and Daniel Corporation finalize development of Plaza Midtown – two condo towers with 70,000 sf of retail space anchored by a Publix Urban Market.


Brookwood Place

Selig Enterprises opens Brookwood Place, a 127,000 sf shopping center with 150 condos and townhomes.


Buckhead Triangle

Selig develops Buckhead Triangle, a 97,000 sf specialty retail center in the Lenox Square / Phipps Plaza corridor.


1440 Spring Street

Selig donates the land and building to house Jewish Federation and the Breman Museum at 1440 Spring Street.


Selig Center for Economic Growth at The University of Georgia

The Selig Center for Economic Growth at The University of Georgia is endowed by the Selig family. The Center is primarily responsible for conducting research on economic, demographic, and social issues related to Georgia’s current and future growth.


Democratic National Convention

Steve Selig serves as Chairman of the Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, the first and only time the event was held in the city.


Promoted to President

Steve Selig becomes President of Selig Enterprises.


Concert Southern Promotions

Steve Selig co-founds Concert Southern Promotions, and was instrumental in creating the renowned festival, Music Midtown.


AAA Parking

Selig Enterprises acquires AAA Parking (founded in 1956 by George E. Williams). Today AAA Parking operates in over 250 properties and employs more than 2,500 people across 27 cities.


The White House

Steve Selig begins work in the White House and serves as President Carter’s Chief Liaison with the business community.


Fox Theatre

Ben Massell Jr. champions saving the Fox Theatre.


Selig purchases Ansley Mall, a 174,000 sf shopping center in the Piedmont Heights neighborhood.


Mayor Massell

Sam Massell is elected to be the 53rd Mayor of Atlanta.


Selig Chemicals sells, Selig Enterprises is Born

CMS Realty is renamed Selig Enterprises as Simon sells Selig Chemical to step into real estate ventures full-time.


Civil Rights Movement

Culturally significant Civil Rights tenants include Martin Luther King and John Lewis, the American Civil Liberties Union, and Voter Education Project.


Suburban Plaza

Selig co-develops Suburban Plaza, believed to be the largest shopping center in metro Atlanta when it opened.


Helping the Community

With help from Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Ben Massell secured a new home on 7th Street in Midtown Atlanta for the Morris Hirsch Clinic, a center that provided outpatient medical and dental services to those unable to afford care. In honor of his involvement, assistance, and financial generosity, the clinic was renamed Ben Massell Dental Clinic.


Ups and Downs

Ben Massell made one fortune, lost it all in the depression, and made another one after the war. A 1959 AJC profile read, “His career is like Atlanta’s History, both got burned, then built anew and agreed they had done better the 2nd time.”


Atlanta Merchandise Mart

Ben Massell provided a second layer of financing ($300,000) to John Portman to build the Atlanta Merchandise Mart. Portman moved his tenants to the Mart from the Belle Isle Building (where Georgia-Pacific Center is located today and where Loew’s Grand Theater stood, site of the Gone With the Wind grand opening).



Simon S. Selig Jr. becomes head of Selig Chemical Company.


“A one-man boom”

By 1953, Massell had built 1,200 buildings. Mayor Hartsfield called Ben “a one-man boom.”


Building Atlanta

Ivan Allen, Sr. said, “Sherman burned Atlanta and Ben Massell built it back.” Many properties along Peachtree, West Peachtree, Ponce de Leon, from Pershing Point to Downtown Atlanta were Massell Developments.


CMS Realty

Massell Properties becomes CMS Realty Company (for Caroline Massell Selig).


A Perfect Pair

Simon S. Selig Jr. marries Caroline Massell.



Massell Properties

Ben J. Massell founded Massell Properties.


Selig Chemical Company

At age of 16 Simon founded Selig Chemical Company, a chemical business.


Massell Family Arrives

2-year old Ben J. Massell arrives in Atlanta. His family immigrated from Kovno, Lithuania.


Arrival in Atlanta

Simon Sigmund Selig & family arrives in Atlanta from Germany.