ServicesDevelopment Executive. Worked closely on site acquisition from Coca-Cola Corporation. Developed initial operating pro formas for feasibility. Obtained all entitlements and responsible for full develop

LocationAtlanta, Georgia

Size42,000 sf

StatusCompleted in 2014


Project TeamJohn Goff - Development Executive
Freelon Group - Architect

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Atlanta, Georgia

In 2008 several national fee development service providers competed to develop the new Center for Civil and Human Rights. John Goff led this extremely high profile project. Because of the high visibility nature of the project, the developer was responsible for facilitating a national design competition. Initially conceived at a 92,000 sf, $124M project it was re-designed three times to respond to changing economics. The final 42,000 sf program is expandable in two phases to a total of 62,000 sf. The project required the coordination of architects, exhibit designers, artists, IT specialists, fabricators and contractors. To view a video testimonial from Doug Shipman, CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, please click here.


*Project completed prior to founding DaVinci Development Collaborative (Cousins Properties)