The 2014 version of the Midtown Alliance Annual Meeting was held Wednesday morning at the Fox Theatre.
Kageyama says that his book is about "the emotional connections that we have with some places versus others and the benefits that accrue to communities that are able to tap into that emotional wellspring."
In that spirit, Midtown Alliance comments that, "Midtown Atlanta is alive with a kinetic mix of business and creativity – inspiring the world’s next great experiences and ideas. This type of vitality doesn’t happen on its own – it comes from taking action and working together to make Midtown an even more compelling place to work, live, visit and invest."
Inviting the people of who live and work in the heart of Atlanta, Midtown Alliance encourages all to "embrace the power of people and their places, what makes them successful, and explore the array of opportunities you have to impact the future of Midtown."
Attached here with this article is the Midtown Alliance and Midtown Improvement District 2014 Annual Report.