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Carter is a privately held commercial real estate company headquartered in Atlanta.[1]


In 1958, Frank Carter and Ewell Pope started the company as Pope & Carter. [2]

In 1970, Crow, Pope, & Carter was formed, and the company entered the property management business.[3]

In 1994, Carter named Billy Mitchell CEO.[4]  

In 2002, Bob Peterson took over the role of President/CEO.[5]

In 2004, Carter was selected to project manage, property manage, and lease the office portion of Atlantic Station. The following year Carter relocated its headquarters to 171 17th Street in Atlantic Station[6]. Scott Taylor was named President/CEO.[7]

In 2007, Carter was selected as the master developer and equity partner for The Banks, Cincinnati's landmark public-private mixed-use project.[8]

In 2010, Carter formed the Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT to acquire healthcare and data center properties.[9]  [10]

In 2011, Carter’s Brokerage and Property and Facility Management divisions were acquired by Cassidy Turley.[11]

In 2013, Carter broke ground on a 590-bed project at UTSA in San Antonio.[12]

In 2015, construction began on City Springs, developing an urban mixed-use city-center for Sandy Springs.[13] The 14-acre development includes a central park, City Hall, retail market square with a mix of retail shops and restaurants, a 294-unit residential development and a 1,000-seat Performing Arts Center.[13]

In 2017, Carter closed on a redevelopment of Summerhill, an 83-acre mixed-use project in downtown Atlanta.[14]

In 2018, Carter purchased the MET, a 1.1 million square foot historic warehouse in Southwest Atlanta.[15] City Springs residential and retail opened. Carter broke ground on a mixed-use deal with the Morehouse School of Medicine, which will hold 187 units of the first-ever student housing units on campus. [16]

Highlighted projects

Project Location Product Type Project Size Architect Contractor Year
GE at the Banks Cincinnati, OH Office Building 12-story

338,000 sf office building

19,000 sf retail space

2016 (sold) [17]
The Banks Cincinnati, OH Mixed-Use



1 million+ sf

534,00 sf residential

137,500 sf retail

338,000 sf office

5,000 permanent jobs created

$1 billion regional economic impact annually

Piedmont West Atlanta, GA Medical Office Building 5-story building

125,000 sf medical office building

8 story, 330,000 sf parking deck with 787 spaces

2008 (delivered)[18]

Enid Renaissance Enid, OK Municipal Facility $24.5 million W.L. McNatt & Co. (Convention Hall)

2012 [19]
1100 Peachtree

(For BellSouth Enterprises)

Atlanta, GA Corporate Office 28-story building

618,00 sf

Smallwood/Reynolds/Stewart and Stewart Inc.   1991 (completed)[no citations needed here]

Campanile (For BellSouth) Atlanta, GA Corporate Office 446,000 sf

20-story tower

1987 [20]
Summerhill Atlanta, GA Mixed-Use 82 acres

$800 million

35 acres into mixed-use neighborhood

40,000 sf grocery tenant

1 million sf of office space planned

100 townhomes planned

200 units for GSU student housing

Rule Joy Trammell Rubio (apartments) Current  [14]
MET Atlanta, GA Mixed-Use 1.1 million sf

$80 million investment

2018 (purchased) [15][21]
Morehouse School of Medicine Atlanta, GA Mixed-Use



$52 million expansion

200 residential units

25,000 sf medical office building

2,500 sf retail space

9,000 sf wellness center

2018 [16]
Summerhill – Aspen Heights Atlanta, GA Student Housing 220 units

680 beds

Rule Joy Tramell Rubio[22] [23]
City Springs Sandy Springs, GA Mixed-Use 14 acres including dining, retail, performing arts center, conference center, government offices, park and residences

$300 million

294 unit residential development

1,000 seat Performing Arts Center

2018 (residential and public components opened) [13]
Nine 15 Tampa, FL Mixed-Use


$100 million

23-story building

275 apartments

19 townhomes

2017 (delivered) [24]
The Desota Sarasota, FL Mixed-Use


10-story building

180 unit

15,350 sf retail

2018 [25]
Foundry Lofts Ann Arbor, MI Mixed-Use


Student Housing


$65 million

14-story mixed-use development

210 units

4,00 sf retail

O’Neal Construction 2013 (approved) [26]
Highpoint on Columbus Commons Columbus, OH Mixed-Use



Two six-story buildings

98 units in North building

203 units in South Building

23,000 sf retail

Moody Nolan Brasfield Gorrie 2012 (announced)[27]

The Place on Ponce Decatur, GA Mixed-Use



200+ units

10,000 sf retail

2014 [28]
Lindbergh City Center Atlanta, GA Mixed-Use Development $120 million

1 million sf office

300,000 sf retail
714 residential units

Radius at the Banks Cincinnati, OH Multi-Family $67 million

292 units

18,000 sf retail

2016 (completed)[30]
Vista East & Vista West Boise, ID Mixed-Use


Student Housing

539 beds 2015 (delivered) [31]
Tetro Student Village San Antonio, TX Multi-Family

Student Housing

121 flats

77 townhomes

16 acres

2014 (groundbreaking) [32]
Highland Square Oxford, MS Multi-Family

Student Housing

752 beds

15,00 sf amenity space and clubhouse

2013 (completed)[33]
Aston at City Springs Atlanta, GA Residential 275 apartments

19 townhomes

2018 [34]
City Federal Birmingham, AL Residential Condominium 84 units

27 stories

2010 (acquired) [35]


  • 1991, NAIOP taps Carter as Developer of the Year[36]
  • 2000, Atlanta Regional Commission awards Carter with a "Development of Excellence" award fro Lindbergh City Center[37]
  • 2002, Billy Mitchell, Chairman, receives "The Carter/Mathis Award" by the NAIOP for an individual that has made a big impact on the community and industry. [38]
  • 2003, NAIOP names Carter "Developer of the Year"; Atlanta Business Chronicle ranks Carter Number One developer; National Real Estate Investor ranks Carter Number Nine developer nationally [39]
  • 2005, NREI ranks Carter #2 office developer in the United States; Carter receives Summa cum Laude Partnership Award for Atlanta Partners for Education for mentoring program with Capitol View Elementary School[40]
  • 2006, Atlanta Business Chronicle awards Carter the “Mixed-Use Deal of the Year” for Lindbergh City Center [41]
  • 2008, Atlanta Business Chronicle ranks Carter #2 most office square feet developed
  • 2010, Piedmont West Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) 360 Award[42]
  • 2012, NAIOP Impact Award (Cincinnati Chapter) for The Banks;[43] Carter CEO & Chairman Bob Peterson recognized as one of Atlanta’s Real Estate Icons;[44]The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award from BOMA-Atlanta for Piedmont West [45]
  • 2013, Carter Senior Vice President of Development, Patti Neal, named to Building Design + Construction’s “40 Under 40” list;[46] Standard of Excellence winner for Real Estate Category by New Media Institute[47]; Real Estate Standard of Excellence winner by Web Marketing Association[48] ; Carter Senior Vice President of Advisory, Malloy Peterson, named “Woman to Watch” by Real Estate Forum Magazine’s 20th Anniversary Special Edition of “Women of Influence”[49]
  • 2015, Carter received an Award for Excellence in Sustainable Rehabilitation from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for Campbell Hall [50] and was awarded Student Housing Business Innovator Award for "Best Mobile Marketing Campaign" at the Interface Conference[51]
  • 2016, Community Development award for City Springs[52]
  • 2017, Carter is awarded "Best Overall Deal" for Summerhill  [53]
  • 2019, The Atlanta Urban Design Commission awarded Carter projects with four awards at the 42nd Annual Design Awards Ceremony, including the "Community Design Award by NPUV for the Redevelopment on Georgia Ave along with Kronberg Wall" and three Awards of Excellence for the Redevelopment on Georgia Ave., 715 Peachtree, and the Ralph David Abernathy Blvd at the MET [54]


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  32. "Carter Breaks Ground on Tetro Student Village" (in en-US). 2014-01-31. 
  33. "Joint Venture to Develop $39M Luxury Student Housing Community at The University of Mississippi". 
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  49. "Women to Watch" Real Estate Forum. 2013-07. Retrieved: 2013-11-07.
  50. "Agnes Scott College Campbell Hall Renovation" (in en-US). 
  51. "Meet Tetro Student Village the MHN Excellence Gold in ‘Marketing’". 
  52. Godwin, Becca J. G.. "Of all the north Fulton developments, this one just won an award" (in English). 
  53. "Best in Atlanta Real Estate: Turner Field redevelopment set to transform Atlanta". 
  54. "Carter Projects Win Four Atlanta Urban Design Commission Design Awards". 

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