The agency steering the redevelopment of Fort McPherson will present a "sneak peek" of the master plan for a portion of the former military installation.
Developer Macauley Investments created the plan, which is based on “extensive community input,” according to the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority. Macauley Investments is in charge of maintaining and reviving existing buildings, as well as for new development on a campus totaling about 145 acres.
The former Army post closed in 2011. Four year later, filmmaker Tyler Perry closed on his purchase of 330 acres of the post for a sprawling new film and television studio.
The redevelopment authority, also known as Fort Mac LRA, will present the details at a community engagement subcommittee meeting Wednesday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at 1794 Walker Ave. SW.