The Triad Business Journal covered GVSA opening its new office in Greensboro. Partner Chris Goode, originally from Greensboro, told the publication that the Triad’s rapid growth makes it a great fit for the firm’s work in education, healthcare, multifamily and other sectors. The coverage included references to the firm’s work on Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the luxury high-rise Seven88 West Midtown and other big projects. The full article can be found here.
Goode Van Slyke Architecture expands to Greensboro, North Carolina. This will be the firm’s first expansion outside of Atlanta.
“Greensboro, which is my hometown, has a central location within reach of opportunities throughout North Carolina,” said GVSA partner Chris Goode. “We’re already on vendor lists for several owners so we look forward to gearing up quickly.”
“This is a market that suits us,” adds partner Paul Van Slyke. “The opportunities that exist there – education, multifamily, healthcare and other sectors – fit perfectly with what we do.”
Two representatives of Goode Van Slyke Architecture spoke at the Thursday, Oct. 1 meeting of the Construction Coffee Club. The sold-out breakfast meeting at The Buckhead Club, attracted a Who’s Who of Atlanta’s construction and real estate community.
Architect and author Jeff Morrison spoke about some of the firm’s latest projects, including Seven88 West Midtown, a luxury high-rise that’s nearing completion. The sleek 22-level glass and steel tower features two amenity decks and thoughtfully designed condos, including penthouses with skyline views. Morrison is also the author of “Atlanta Underground: History from Below,” a new book about the hidden – and often forgotten – spaces beneath the city.
The panel also included Darden & Company Vice President Matt Dale and Senior Project Manager Carson Mathis from JLL.
Sponsors included the Council for Quality Growth, Goode Van Slyke, Darden Company Development Management, and JLL. It is presented by Cooper & Co. General Contractors.