Legacy Ventures opens Cinnamon Shore.
Legacy consolidates our portfolio of divisions and forms the new Legacy Ventures brand.
Legacy purchases historic DoubleTree Hotel Atlanta Downtown.
Opens Hong Kong office.
Legacy opens its ninth restaurant, Twin Smokers BBQ and Bourbon.
Consolidates ownership in 9 different investments with buyout of partnership interests.
Legacy opens Hyatt Regency Hotel at Atlanta Perimeter.
Legacy breaks ground on first new-build full-service hotel in Georgia in 5 years: Hyatt Regency Hotel Atlanta Perimeter.
Legacy opens Embassy Suites Chattanooga at Hamilton Place to the public.
Legacy breaks ground on the first new-build full –service hotel in Chattanooga 20 years: Embassy Suites Chattanooga – Hamilton Place.
Legacy forms new hotel management company called Legacy Hotel Partners.
Legacy Restaurant Partners extends its reach, taking over food and beverage management at the Glenn Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown and begins providing catering service to the popular event venue, Ventanas.
Legacy expanded into the restaurant business by taking operational responsibility for STATS and Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria. Legacy also initiated fee development services in 2010 and opened Der Biergarten.
Legacy manages roundly 1.5 million square feet of assets encompassing hotels, restaurants, retail, and parking and expands into event venue management. Legacy’s Pavilion mixed use project achieves 100% occupancy. Legacy founds the Luckie Marietta District.
Legacy completed Pavilion mixed use project and opens Hilton Garden Inn, public parking deck & helipad, and retail/restaurants.
Acquired Radisson hotel Northlake through foreclosure and secured new DoubleTree Hotel franchise. Opens STATS, a 13,500 square foot sports restaurant at Restaurant Row.
Glenn Hotel opens for business.
Legacy repurposes 300 Marietta from dot.com office to Restaurant Row.
Legacy purchases Historic Glenn Building from City of Atlanta. The building had been vacant for 20 years.
Centennial Park West Condominiums welcomes first residents.
Legacy purchases Adidas’ Olympic headquarters and converts it to office use.
Embassy Suites hotel opens and development begins on Centennial Park West Condominiums.
Legacy begins development of the Embassy Suites at Centennial Olympic Park after the City of Atlanta is awarded Enterprise Zone status.
Legacy develops Ivy Hall, a senior living community in Alpharetta, GA.
Legacy secures venue for Olympic Top Sponsor Village and for NIKE’s Olympic Attraction.
Legacy Property Group formed as The Legacy Partnership after purchasing five acres of land in downtown Atlanta.
David Marvin starts his career in construction. Marvin goes on to become professional engineer and gains 15 years professional experience before forming Legacy.