These past projects illustrate our commitment to commercial title excellence in many different situations and contexts.

For nearly three decades, Calloway Title has grown and learned by working with the nation’s top commercial developers. Each one of these projects marks an important milestone and highlights our diverse background in handling a variety of complex real estate transactions. Whether your next project is large or small, local or national, Calloway Title is well-positioned to process your transaction with accuracy and a customer-first attitude.

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Truist Park

Connected via the Terrapin Brewery, Truist Park and the Battery Atlanta are home to modern entertainment experiences, such as the Coca-Cola Roxy, The Omni Hotel, fine dining and shopping.

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Atlantic Station

This neighborhood’s 138 acres are located on the former Brownfield site of the Atlantic Steel Mill, which operated from 1901 – 1997.

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Featuring over 500,000 square feet of retail, Avalon – formerly known as Prospect Park – is also an Earth-friendly green space that is home to 2,800 trees.

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National Center for Civil and Human Rights

This center’s curved facades are designed to symbolize unity and harmony. 


Fox Theater

The $10 million, 10,000 square foot renovation is the most significant expansion and biggest financial investment since opening in 1929.

CNN Center

Not only is the Center the official world headquarters for CNN, it is also in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the longest freestanding escalator in the world at 196 feet long.

The District of Howell Mill

This 300,000-square-foot shopping center produces a traffic count of over 200,000 vehicles daily! 

Twelve Centennial Park

This 491-foot building is the 16th tallest in Atlanta, surpassing others like Park Avenue Condominiums and ViewPoint Condominium. Situated in the heart of Atlanta, Twelve Centennial Park is just steps away from Atlanta’s major attractions, including the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola.

191 Peachtree Street

This 50-story skyscraper is the fourth tallest in Atlanta!

Promenade II

This is the seventh tallest skyscraper in Atlanta, standing at 40 stories.

Terminus Building

The name ‘Terminus’ comes from Atlanta’s original moniker, derived from the city’s founding as the southeastern terminus for the Western and Atlantic railroads.

Flatiron Building

Atlanta’s oldest standing skyscraper, the Flatiron Building was completed in 1897, five years before New York’s famous Flatiron Building.

The St. Regis Hotel Atlanta

This hotel features a 40,000-square-foot pool area, with a poolside cafe and waterfall!

The Hurt Building

It’s one of the nation’s earliest skyscrapers. Built between 1913 and 1926, the Hurt Building was the 17th tallest building at the time of its construction.

Serenbe (Chattahoochee Hills, GA)

Serenbe is a New Urban neighborhood where the homes share a communal backyard.

Atlanta Beltline

When the BeltLine is finished, it will include 33 miles of trails, 1,300 acres of public parks, and 5,600 units of affordable housing!

Mandarin Oriental

Traveler Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards ranked Mandarin Oriental number 23 out of the top 40 hotels in the South in 2017.


This 446,000-square-foot office building recently added 77,000 square feet of retail space.

The Tides (Charleston, SC)

This formerly distressed property is now home to luxury condominiums right on the shore.

Frederica (St. Simons Island, GA)

The Frederica Clubhouse and Boathouse are constructed with tabby, a unique blend of lime, sand, water and oyster shells.

Hilton Garden Inn Orlando at SeaWorld

This 224-room, 7-suite hotel is within walking distance of SeaWorld Orlando.

Sea Island, GA (The Cloister, The Lodge, Sea Island Golf Club)

For 10 consecutive years, four different areas of the resort at Sea Island, GA have won Forbes Five-Star awards, making it the only resort in the world with those accolades.

Ponte Vedra Inn and Club

Ponte Vedre’s first country club, it holds the distinction of having the first island green ever built.

Piedmont Driving Club

Founded in 1887, the Club overlooks Piedmont Park and offers golf, tennis, and other social and dining events for the enjoyment of its members and their guests.

Special Olympics Headquarters

The new facility for Special Olympics corporate office space and competitions is double the size of the previous headquarters, allowing more than 29,000 athletes to use the facility.

30 Site Burger King

Burger King was founded in 1953 in Jacksonville, Florida and has since grown to be one of the largest fast food chains in the world with 99.5% of restaurants being privately owned and operated.

Valmiera Glass

Dublin, GA is home to the only Valmiera site located in the U.S.

Yellow River Game Ranch

Home to one of the largest buffalo herds east of the Mississippi, the Ranch offers the ability to pet more than 600 different animals.

Atlanta Metro Studios

Containing an 80,000 sq. ft. building and a 55,000 sq. ft. building, Atlanta Metro Studios’ facility is home to the two largest purpose-built soundstages in North America.

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