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Southwest Synergy

From left, Tallahassee City Commissioner Gil Ziffer, Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier and Kevin Graham, executive director of FSU’s Real Estate Foundation, represent key partners in the multilayered Gateway District project. They were photographed at the FAMU Way Extension construction site — a key connector among the airport, the universities and downtown.
From left, Tallahassee City Commissioner Gil Ziffer, Leon County Commissioner Kristin Dozier and Kevin Graham, executive director of FSU’s Real Estate Foundation, represent key partners in the multilayered Gateway District project. They were photographed at the FAMU Way Extension construction site — a key connector among the airport, the universities and downtown. Photo Credit: Bruce Palmer

Gateway District projects create lanes for growth and revitalization

Author: Audrey Post

When the government spends money on infrastructure, private investment follows.

Following that standard philosophy of urban development, Southwest Tallahassee should prepare for big changes in the next few years as the “Airport Gateway” project morphs and expands to benefit what is being called the “Gateway District,” a huge chunk of real estate that encompasses the area from the main campus of Florida State University to Capital Circle on the south and west.