MORROW, GA (CBS46) – Clayton County officials Friday helped break ground on a 26-acre entertainment complex. The complex is expected to address mixed-use development needs within the county while projecting an annual economic impact of nearly $100 million.
Commercial real estate developer Roman United is spearheading a project known as ‘The Roman’. The property is located at 5711 Jonesboro Road, just north of the Morrow city line, where the former Ingles Grocery Store was located.
The $800 million state-of-the-art entertainment complex plans include a 7,500-seat covered amphitheater, two 25-story skyscrapers with Class A office space and condominiums, a luxury hotel and luxury retail. and restaurants.
Jacques Roman, CEO and Founder of Roman United, said:
“We will put all the cutting edge stuff in here to make sure this is a one-of-a-kind project that will change the trajectory of Clayton County forever,” said Larry Vincent. Executive Director of the Clayton County Development Authority.
Vincent says the project is environmentally friendly, energy efficient and water-saving.
Phase 1 of the development, which includes an amphitheater and one of the skyscrapers, is expected to be completed by August 2023.
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