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Fort McPherson

UPDATED with a report  from the most recent community engagement  meeting.

There was a big splashy announcement about a local movie mogul buying a large chunk of our neighbor, Fort McPherson. Headlines about lawsuits and charges of an inside job appeared weeks later.

To keep you up to speed, here are the developments:

The AJC reported on June 18:

The board of the civilian authority tasked with redeveloping Fort McPherson voted on Wednesday to begin formal negotiations to sell a portion of the former Army post to filmmaker Tyler Perry.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution first reported Wednesday afternoon that Perry has held talks with the city for months about acquiring land at the nearly 500-acre site for a possible movie and television production complex.

Following a vote by the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority, or MILRA, Wednesday, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said the city will now begin “robust” conversations with the filmmaker.

… An individual with knowledge of the situation told the AJC the purchase price of the land could be $30 million to $35 million.

The Saporta Report on July 14 published a look at the area with an eye on economic development.  The headline was “Fort McPherson area rich in human rights history, poor in redevelopment.”

The fort and its surroundings are not thriving; federal law requires the site to house the homeless; the fort has served as a stockade.

Meanwhile, as Atlanta looks to develop a niche in historic tourism, there appears to be great potential in the Campbellton Road corridor that flanks the fort. The story of human rights in this area involves the region’s earliest white settlers and treaties with Creek Indians.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle on July 17 published news about a lawsuit

An Atlanta entertainment company planning a movie studio and entertainment area at Fort McPherson filed a federal lawsuit Thursday challenging Tyler Perry’s proposal for a similar project.

Lawyers for Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios LLC (UES) claim the firm wasn’t given a fair chance to redevelop the site halfway between Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and downtown Atlanta.

UES, working with developer Egbert Perry, began meeting in late 2011 with representatives of the authority in charge of redeveloping the 488-acre site closed by the Pentagon as part of the last round of federal base closings.

Perry plans to purchase 363 acres at the site for $33 million.

“MILRA has … unilaterally selected a sole source developer … to become the acquirer of all of the Fort McPherson property,” the lawsuit states. “[The authority], its officials, agents and representatives have denied UES a fair opportunity to compete in favor of this sole source award and have rebuffed UES’s efforts to remediate their arbitrary and capricious government conduct.”


Hundreds of jobs related with the movie studio are being offered as a carrot for the deal, but many community questions haven’t been answered, said Wil Miller, a member of the local engagement committee attended the most recent July 23 meeting.

He wrote:

“(the meeting) peeled back a tiny bit of the shroud regarding the Tyler Perry Studio (TPS) land purchase, but overall the transaction remains shrouded in secrecy.”

His full report:

     The July 23rd McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority Community Engagement Subcommittee meeting peeled back a tiny bit of the shroud regarding the Tyler Perry Studio (TPS) land purchase, but overall the transaction remains shrouded in secrecy.
Questions outnumbered answers as uncertainty and tension permeated the meeting.

Atlanta Councilperson Joyce Sheperd officiated, and State Senator Nan Orrock was in attendance. MILRA Executive Director Jack Sprott related that Letters of Intent have been drafted and approved by both MILRA and TPS. Sprott stated that one of the points for negotiation was the size of the parcel, and that MILRA is negotiating for an additional twenty to thirty acres, the majority of which consists of green space.

MILRA Homeless Engagement Provider Subcommittee has been fielding proposals and inquiries regarding structures and or land mandated to be provided free of charge to homeless advocacy organizations under the McKinney Act. Under McKinney, eligible homeless organizations will be provided with 49-year leases for structures or land parcels, or will be provided with comparable structures off premise or reimbursed accordingly. The buildings will be provided as is, and in many cases significant upgrades and enhancements will need to be implemented, which has presented a number of challenges for interested organizations.

Rough production and labor projections from Tyler Perry Studios were provided. Studio construction and build out will employ 500-1500 construction laborers. Sprott stated that Tyler Perry Studios would have ten to twenty productions running year round. Productions generally employ 270-300 union and non-union cast and crew. TPS will employ an additional 300-500 administrative personnel and some 100-300 set construction laborers.

MILRA would not comment on the ongoing lawsuit with Ubiquitous Entertainment regarding any previously negotiated land parcels. MILRA Board personnel also declined to comment as to whether purchase of the property from the United States Army would be done via a lump sum or payment plan.

A number of CES Board members voiced concerns over lack of transparency and the perception that the Redevelopment Authority has entered into a deal that is perhaps not in the surrounding community’s best interest. A number of concerned citizens voiced similar concerns.

Councilperson Sheperd also announced that Mr. Sprott will be retiring, and MILRA will be actively seeking a new Executive Director.

- Wil Miller, of East Point, former president of Jefferson Park Neighbors Association.


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East Point – The Jefferson Park neighborhood is hosting a film crew shooting scenes for an new TV show. The filming is to take place Monday and Tuesday.

Councilman Lance Rhodes said in a newsletter:

Bonanza Productions will be filming a new television series that will include scenes from Jefferson Park.

The filming is scheduled for July 17th, 18th, 21st and 22nd.

The shoot is taking place around Bryan Avenue and Harris Street.

It is for a new fantasy/horror TV show, called Constantine.  (Watch the trailer here, if that’s your thing.)

Funny thing is the notice from the assistant location manager confused Jefferson Park with Fairlie-Poplar in downtown Atlanta, but that isn’t all bad.  The neighborhood could be confused for worse.


It isn’t East Point’s first time on the screen. Tinseltown came here to film Prisoners and also Devils Knot.




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