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GSU Campus Plan

Georgia State's Expansion Plans including Its Vision for the former Turner Field.

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This is a stub page. This page describes Georgia State's Campus Plan and the stories around its acquisition of the property formerly known as Turner Field. The State Board of Regents and City of Atlanta have used the University System to also serve economic development interests. The 1996 Olympic Village athlete housing were turned into GSU and then GA Tech dorms. The development of GSU is of critical importance to the Atlanta City Plan. If you are knowledgeable about this topic and would be willing to assist us in developing this page, please send a note to ben.eason at creativeloafing.com. More content to come. More content to come.


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