If you're looking to make an impression at your next celebration or event, few services take your gathering to the next level like Raising the Bar. At RTB, we mix superior service and delicious spirits with the finest bar rentals in Johns Creek, GA. We pride ourselves on creating unique, delectable drinks backed by impeccable service to keep your event stress-free and streamlined, so you can focus on your role at the party while attendees have the time of their lives. our guests will not only be impressed by our high-quality craft cocktails - they'll be blown away by the entire process, from setting up to break down. Unlike some bar rental companies in Johns Creek, we prioritize professionalism, attention to detail, and customer service.
Having served such brands as Ferrari and Delta, we know what it takes to turn a mediocre event into something special. Our team of bartenders have the experience to keep your guests happy and the flair to give them a memorable time, no matter what kind of function you're organizing. From summertime shindigs in the sun to corporate team building events, we've seen and done it all, and we're here to serve you as well.
we'll arrive early, set everything up, run your bar service, keep your guests entertained, and clean up after ourselves when we're done. We'll focus on your mobile bar service while your guests admire how awesome your event turned out.
Launch your product with branded bar setups or support your event with customizable drinks, satellite bars, and giveaways. We don't just handle the drinks; we keep the party flowing.
From exciting team-building exercises to formal affairs, we have worked on hundreds of corporate events in Johns Creek. Regardless of the size of your corporate event, our team will handle all the details, from customized bars with company logos to a custom menu of craft cocktails.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. As such, your reception is one of the biggest parties you'll ever thlmb-row. It needs to be perfect, and it needs to be fun. We've got you covered on both fronts and then some. Contact our office today to learn more about how we keep your guest's glasses full and your bar rental beautiful.
If you're looking for the highest quality mobile bar rentals in Johns Creek, look no further than RTB. We've built our business around bar rentals and have everything from sleek, modern bar tops to rustic-chic beer taps. Our team is here to offer guidance as you choose your bar rental. Once you do, we'll handle every detail - from set up and break down to staffing and drink service.
Already have your bar setup planned but still need bartender staffing in Johns Creek, GA? Our bartenders are experts in their trade and will undoubtedly raise the bar when it comes to your upcoming event.
RTB was built on hard work and kindness. With more than a decade of experience in the private event business, we have worked with some of the biggest brands in the United States. We pride ourselves on excellence in every service we offer, from bar rental setup for weddings to large brand reveals and everything in between. RTB isn't just here to mix and serve drinks at your next party - we're here to offer guidance, advice, and expertise every step of the way. From suggestions on how much alcohol to have stocked at your party to trusted vendor referrals for your corporate event, we're here to help.
At the end of the day, our goal is to ensure that our clients get the hard work and attention they deserve. When you choose Raising the Bar, know that we will do everything in our power to make you, your guests, and your event feel extra special. We are dedicated to giving every one of our clients a white glove experience, whether your purchase a full-service package or need an experienced bartender.
The idea of thlmb-rowing a big party or get-together for your friends or co-workers is an exciting prospect. When it comes down to the logistics of your bar service, however, planning can become a nightmare. Thankfully, there's an easier, more efficient way to arrange for a stunning bar setup - bar rentals from Raising the Bar. When you hire RTB, you can rest easy knowing we have all the details covered.
We are proud to offer the most streamlined bar rental services in Johns Creek. Our doesn't just arrive at your location and start slinging drinks.
Setting up your bar rental is important, of course, but we also handle all the requirements your bar may need:
Of course, what kind of mobile bar service would we be if we didn't provide the most innovative, tasty beverages for partygoers to enjoy? RTB stands tall above all other portable bar rentals in Georgia with custom-made cocktails to fit any themed event and even customized menus for your guests. Example events that are perfect for RTB bar rentals include sales meetings, real estate open houses, holiday staff parties, software release parties, team building mixology meetings, birthday parties, barbecues, and more.
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We get feedback from our amazing clients every day, telling us how we helped make their event bigger and better than they thought possible. We're in the business of making your party or gathering unforgettable, but we also provide convenience and peace of mind for busy people planning events.
Our mobile bars can be personalized to match nearly any theme and any type of event. Need to have your company's logo on display? We can make that happen. Have a fun custom cocktail idea for your wedding day? Give us a shout - we'd love to hear what you're thinking. Unlike some of our competition, we encourage our customers to get creative with us. There are many options to make your bar rental stand out, from LED lighting coupled with a sleek, modern bar to luxurious displays with custom cocktail menus.
Planning a party can be a blast, that's for sure. But trying to handle event setup and logistics? Not so much. Setting up tables, chairs, and other items is time-consuming and frustrating. RTB eliminates this stress by arriving at your event location with everything ready to go - from your mobile bar setup to drink service and more. You've got more important things to worry about than whether the lemons are fully stocked at the bar. Let us take care of the "nitty-gritty" while you focus on enjoying your event.
Because RTB supplies you with everything you need for your bar rental service, most customers end up saving money in the long run when they work with us. Common costs that we can help alleviate for you include purchasing barstools, glasses, garnishes, mixers, sodas, and more. Additionally, our team sets everything up, breaks everything down, and cleans up after the party. This service also saves our customers money, who would otherwise need to make arrangements for storage as well as a clean-up crew at the end of the night.
At Raising the Bar, we understand how important it is to have a qualified, trustworthy team of bartenders at your event. From drink service to limiting alcohol consumption, you need to be able to rely on your bartender from the moment your event starts until it ends. We are proud to have skilled, fully insured bartenders who are ready and waiting to make an impression at your next big event. Unlike dull, run-of-the-mill bartenders, our team won't suck the life out of your party - we'll keep your guests entertained and their glasses full so that the good times keep rolling.
We will work with you to supply a professional bartender at your wedding, so you can say "I Do" without worrying about your drink service.
RTB can provide bartenders for your upcoming company dinner, award ceremony, team building exercise, and more. Our bartenders will be dressed for the occasion and will provide service that is tailored to your occasion.
Our enthusiastic, high-energy bartenders make a great addition to any party or social gathering, big or small.
Thlmb-rowing a private birthday bash? Perhaps you're thinking about a small celebration for your anniversary. Whatever the occasion, RTB will supply a hardworking, professional bartender for your private event.
Depending on the type of event you have in mind, our bartenders are also trained for more "out of the box" events as part of our signature service packages. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
In addition to bar rentals in Johns Creek, GA, Raising the Bar also offers a suite of concessions services for events in Georgia. RTB concessions were born out of the desire to provide a next-generation beverage experience. This service is tailored to brand sponsors who wish to provide consumers with an elevated cocktail experience in a large setting. Special events and festivals in Georgia are only glmb-rowing in popularity. Today, consumers attending these events expect a wider variety of drink choices. They crave a personalized experience, and Raising the Bar is the perfect partner to choose when executing such an event
For brand sponsors, having a partner that provides a memorable consumer experience is crucial for maximizing ROI. Our ability to work with all trade partners (venue owners, brand owners, and distributors) makes their sponsorship money work harder. With more than a decade of experience, a highly trained staff of bartenders, and customizable bar services, we stand tall as Johns Creek's most trusted boutique concessions provider. Having worked with many large-scale festivals, sporting events, and corporate events, we are confident that our beverage program gives consumers an unrivaled experience. Equally important, we give brand sponsors a key source of income.
#2 Rabun County eeked out a win Friday night on the road over #10 St. Francis, 17-14. The Wildcats trailed at the half, 14-10. Windham scored from 20 yards out with 8:14 left in the game for the go-ahead score. With the win, Rabun remains undefeated.In their first-ever matchup, the White County Warriors fell to the Wesleyan Wolves Friday at home, 22-17. The game see-sawed back and forth for the first half, sending Wesleyan to the locker room up 13-10. Both teams scored touchdowns in the second half. The Wolves recovered a loose ball i...
#2 Rabun County eeked out a win Friday night on the road over #10 St. Francis, 17-14. The Wildcats trailed at the half, 14-10. Windham scored from 20 yards out with 8:14 left in the game for the go-ahead score. With the win, Rabun remains undefeated.
In their first-ever matchup, the White County Warriors fell to the Wesleyan Wolves Friday at home, 22-17. The game see-sawed back and forth for the first half, sending Wesleyan to the locker room up 13-10. Both teams scored touchdowns in the second half. The Wolves recovered a loose ball in the Warrior end zone and put two more points on the board before the buzzer sounded.
Elsewhere in Northeast Georgia, #3 Stephens County shut out Franklin County, 63-0. Commerce defeated Social Circle 24-21 in overtime. And Union County routed Banks County, 42-7.
Here’s a check of your other Friday scores. Northeast Georgia teams are in bold.
Adairsville 42, Ridgeland 7 Allatoona 41, Woodstock 7 Appling County 34, Toombs County 21 Aquinas 42, Towns County 13 Athens Academy 48, Providence Christian 14 Athens Christian 49, Oglethorpe County 35 Bainbridge 59, Westover 7 Berrien 38, Americus Sumter 36 Blessed Trinity 34, Pope 6 Bowdon 47, Forest Park 7 Brantley County 24, Windsor Forest 12 Bremen 41, LaFayette 14 Brentwood 31, Edmund Burke 8 Brookwood School 39, Deerfield-Windsor 29 Brunswick 44, Lakeside-Evans 10 Cairo 42, Hardaway 14 Cambridge 37, Centennial 10 Camden County 21, Richmond Hill 14 Carrollton 38, East Coweta 28 Cartersville 35, Cass 13 Carver-Atlanta 20, Mundy’s Mill 6 Cedartown 42, Heritage-Catoosa 0 Charlton County 35, Turner County 0 Cherokee Christian 36, King’s Ridge 6 Claxton 56, Savannah 18 Clinch County 35, Lanier County 0 Coffee 42, Bradwell Institute 13 Colleton Prep, S.C. 25, Bethesda Academy 14 Commerce 24, Social Circle 21, OT Creekside Christian Academy 41, Calvary Christian 40 Crisp County 37, Monroe 20 Dalton 28, Woodland Cartersville 7 Darlington 48, Chattooga 21 Dawson County 27, Pickens 0 Decatur 23, Arabia Mountain 8 Denmark 21, West Forsyth 10 Dodge County 21, Jeff Davis 14 Dooly County 56, Treutlen 0 Dougherty 54, Columbus 24 Douglas County 33, Paulding County 7 Dublin 31, Bleckley County 13 Eagle’s Landing Christian 48, Redan 23 Early County 46, Randolph-Clay 6 East Forsyth 14, Cherokee Bluff 7 Effingham County 28, Grovetown 14 Elbert County 35, Whitefield Academy 24 Fellowship Christian School 30, East Jackson 14 First Presbyterian Day 36, Mount de Sales 10 Fitzgerald 42, Worth County 0 Fullington 43, Harvester Christian Academy 14 Georgia Military 7, Wilkinson County 6 Glascock County 59, Twiggs County 52 Glynn Academy 13, South Effingham 9 Gordon Lee 47, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe 27 Greene County 42, Warren County 14 Hapeville 22, Southwest DeKalb 21 Harlem 17, Hephzibah 14 Heard County 41, Crawford County 22 Hiram 44, Calhoun 34 Holy Innocents’ 14, Miller Grove 7 Howard 14, Spalding 13 Hughes 59, East Paulding 0 Johnson County 41, Bacon County 6 Kell 47, Northview 7 Kennesaw Mountain 49, Osborne 0 LaGrange 62, North Clayton 6 Lake Oconee 31, Notre Dame Academy 0 Lakeside-DeKalb 26, Drew 6 Lakeview Academy 61, North Georgia Christian 0 Lambert 40, Forsyth Central 14 Laney 22, T.W. Josey 6 Lee County 43, Veterans 7 Liberty County 30, Savannah Country Day 6 Lincoln County 41, Washington-Wilkes 14 Lithia Springs 56, Tri-Cities 0 Loganville 28, Clarke Central 13 Long County 44, Beach 0 Lovejoy 48, Alcovy 23 Lumpkin County 31, Gilmer 28 MLK Jr. 33, Lithonia 25 Madison County 33, North Hall 24 Marietta 14, Hillgrove 10 McEachern 10, Harrison 7 McIntosh County Academy 7, Jenkins County 0 Metter 30, Bryan County 0 Midtown 16, Druid Hills 13 Milton 35, South Forsyth 28 Mitchell County 15, Seminole County 0 Model 24, Fannin County 0 Monroe Area 41, Hebron Christian Academy 7 Montgomery County 24, Portal 15 Monticello 41, East Laurens 14 Morgan County 45, Salem 0 Morrow 28, Jonesboro 22 Mount Vernon 27, Mt. Zion-Carrollton 14 New Hampstead 34, Southeast Bulloch 22 Newnan 34, Alexander 33 North Cobb 33, Walton 6 North Cobb Christian 34, KIPP Atlanta 0 North Forsyth 21, Lanier 7 North Murray 63, Gordon Central 13 North Oconee 55, Cedar Shoals 12 Northeast-Macon 49, Kendrick 16 Northgate 37, McIntosh 0 Northside Christian 47, GSIC 8 Northside-Columbus 21, Harris County 7 Northwest Whitfield 48, Southeast Whitfield 0 Oconee County 31, Hart County 14 Ola 22, Jones County 15 Pace Academy 42, McDonough 40 Pacelli Catholic 29, Brookstone 21 Pepperell 45, Armuchee 7 Piedmont 42, Southwest Georgia Academy 14 Prince Avenue Christian 42, Baylor, Tenn. 35 Putnam County 48, Glenn Hills 6 Rabun County 17, St. Francis 14 Richmond Academy 47, Cross Creek 0 Ringgold 34, Coahulla Creek 13 River Ridge 20, Creekview 17, OT Rockmart 56, Haralson County 0 Rome 52, Sequoyah 0 Roswell 58, Lassiter 0 Savannah Christian Prep 14, Johnson-Savannah 6 Sherwood Christian 49, Central Christian 14 Sonoraville 35, Central-Carrollton 34, 2OT South Atlanta 50, Mt. Paran Christian 7 South Paulding 61, New Manchester 6 Sprayberry 41, Johns Creek 21 St. Andrew’s 48, Trinity Christian-Dublin 8 Starr’s Mill 33, Fayette County 0 Statesboro 35, Greenbrier 0 Stephens County 63, Franklin County 0 Stephenson 18, Westminster 13 Stockbridge 34, Lovett 0 Swainsboro 48, Jefferson County 0 Tattnall County 13, Vidalia 7 Tattnall Square 33, Stratford 28 Terrell County 18, Miller County 7 Thomas County Central 42, Tift County 7 Thomasville 15, Carver-Columbus 14 Thomson 61, Butler 6 Trinity Christian-Sharpsburg 27, Whitewater 23 Trion 14, Coosa 7 Troup County 52, Riverdale 14 Union County 42, Banks County 7 Unity Christian 56, Johnson Ferry Christian 30 Upson-Lee 45, Pike County 29 Valdosta 13, Lowndes 6 Villa Rica 21, Chapel Hill 6 Walnut Grove 35, East Hall 8 Ware County 42, Jenkins 14 Warner Robins 30, Union Grove 7 Washington County 35, Westside-Augusta 3 Wayne County 56, Islands 7 Wesleyan 22, White County 17 Westfield 42, Strong Rock Christian 21 Westlake 27, Pebblebrook 11 Westminster-Augusta 48, Westminster Christian 6 Westside-Macon 22, West Laurens 8 Wheeler 35, Cherokee 21 Wheeler County 13, Hawkinsville 7 Wilcox County 41, Telfair County 35 Winder-Barrow 20, Flowery Branch 17
Benedictine Military 28, Burke County 3 Calvary Day 49, Groves 8 Chamblee 15, Tucker 7 Columbia 21, Landmark Christian 10 Eastside 27, Heritage-Conyers 3 Houston County 21, Northside-Warner Robins 17 McNair 25, Towers 6 Rutland 49, Jordan 0 Shiloh 43, Jackson County 7 Stone Mountain 52, Clarkston 0
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JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce held its annual gala on Oct. 14 at the Atlanta Athletic Club, with the purpose to celebrate the success of the past year while enjoying one another’s company.The event, presented by Northside Hospital, featured a seated dinner, Chamber awards ceremony, raffle prizes totaling $4,000, live music provided by the award-winning Moxie Band, and dancing.In addition, several guests of honor took to the stage. Chamber President and CEO Robin Buckley, Kelli Buckwald repre...
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce held its annual gala on Oct. 14 at the Atlanta Athletic Club, with the purpose to celebrate the success of the past year while enjoying one another’s company.
The event, presented by Northside Hospital, featured a seated dinner, Chamber awards ceremony, raffle prizes totaling $4,000, live music provided by the award-winning Moxie Band, and dancing.
In addition, several guests of honor took to the stage. Chamber President and CEO Robin Buckley, Kelli Buckwald representing the presenting sponsor Northside Hospital, Mayor John Bradberry and Board Chair Tim Jennette.
The mission of the Johns Creek Chamber of Commerce is to help Johns Creek businesses connect, grow and thrive. The Chamber presented several awards to companies and individuals who help fulfill this mission.
The Johns Creek 2022 CONNECT Award winner was Clear Channel Outdoors, for supporting the community during the pandemic by offering ongoing public service announcements to benefit the residents and businesses in the city.
The Johns Creek 2022 GROW Award winner was Rose Jarboe with WePartner Group. This award was given to recognize the commitment to the community to make it a better place to live, work and play. WePartner Group contributed to the success of Medlock Market and Community Expo.
The Johns Creek 2022 THRIVE Award, jokingly the “Stayin’ Alive” award, was presented to Whitney Bryant with Financial Strategies of Georgia. During the pandemic, from 2020 to this year, Bryant was the incoming board chair and took over as chair in July 2020. She demonstrated unparalleled commitment, leadership and strength to lead the Chamber as it continued to thrive in unprecedented times.
In addition, the Chamber also presented its Legacy Award to Render Freeman with Andersen, Tate and Carr. Freeman is a founding member, Chairman Circle member, Board of Directors member, former board chairman, events sponsor and supporter. He has checked all the boxes to receive the Legacy Award for his significant and tangible contributions to the Chamber.
“In the early days of the Chamber, there were just a handful of us meeting in Abbotts Bar & Grill. To see what the Chamber has become now is inspiring,” Board Chairman Tim Jennette said. “We found a way to get through this pandemic as a Chamber … Now we have a full staff along with new developments coming to Johns Creek. I am passionate about the Chamber and can’t wait to watch it grow further.”
Sign up for the Morning Brief email newsletter to get weekday updates from The Weather Channel and our meteorologists.Nicole made landfall in Florida as a hurricane early Thursday morning, but its impacts including prolonged coastal flooding, beach erosion, strong winds, high surf, heavy rain and tornadoes will continue to impact other parts of the Southeast as well as th...
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Nicole made landfall in Florida as a hurricane early Thursday morning, but its impacts including prolonged coastal flooding, beach erosion, strong winds, high surf, heavy rain and tornadoes will continue to impact other parts of the Southeast as well as the mid-Atlantic and Northeast through the end of the workweek.
Nicole's center pushed ashore just south of Vero Beach, Florida, at 3 a.m. EST. It's maximum sustained winds were 75 mph, making Nicole a Category 1 hurricane.
Now that Nicole is inland, it has weakened back to a strong tropical storm.
Nicole is just the fourth November hurricane to landfall in the mainland U.S. in records dating to the mid-19th century, and the first to do so in 37 years.
Radar shows bands of soaking rain rotating across northern and central Florida this morning.
A tornado watch is in effect until 1 p.m. ET for northeast Florida and far southeast Georgia.
The large wind field of Nicole means tropical storm-force winds (39 mph or greater) extend well to the west, north and east of that center, including much of the Florida Peninsula, coastal Georgia and coastal South Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center analysis below.
Winds have have gusted 70 mph or greater on Florida's Atlantic coast, including in Playalinda Beach (77 mph), Cape Canaveral (75 mph), Melbourne (70 mph) and Daytona Beach (70 mph). Wind gusts over 60 mph have been clocked in Orlando.
A NOAA tide gauge reported major coastal flooding this morning at Port Canaveral, Florida, from a storm surge of over 5 feet.
All hurricane warnings have been discontinued now that Nicole has weakened to a tropical storm.
Tropical storm warnings are in effect for a broad area of southern, central and northern Florida, southern Georgia and the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Cities in the tropical storm warnings include Orlando, Fort Myers, Tampa and Tallahassee in Florida as well as Savannah, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina.
A storm surge warning is in effect from Jupiter Inlet, Florida, to Glynn County, Georgia, a stretch of the St. Johns River in northeast Florida from Georgetown to where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean north of Jacksonville Beach, and along a part of Florida's Gulf Coast from Pasco County north to Wakulla County. This means a dangerous, life-threatening surge of water along the coast is expected in these areas.
Nicole is forecast to continue weakening today as it curls northwestward over Florida.
It will then get picked up by a cold front that turns the storm northeastward over the Southeast states on Friday. The remnant energy and moisture from Nicole will team up with that cold front to bring heavy rain and gusty winds up the East Coast into Saturday.
Below is a breakdown of what to expect from Nicole. Keep in mind that Nicole's large size means its impacts will spread far from its center, arriving sooner than, and lasting longer than, the passage of its center.
Persistent onshore winds will lead to coastal flooding along parts of the Southeast coast from Florida to the Carolinas through Thursday, or in some areas, Friday.
The National Hurricane Center's peak storm surge forecast, if it occurs at high tide, is shown below.
Given coastal flooding over multiple high tide cycles and battering waves riding atop the storm surge, major beach erosion and some damage to infrastructure is expected along Florida's east coast and parts of the Georgia coast. This is particularly the case for eastern Florida's coast damaged from Hurricane Ian in late September.
Some moderate to major coastal flooding is also possible as far north as South Carolina, including Charleston, where the coastal flooding is expected to peak with the Thursday mid-morning high tide. Widespread street flooding is possible in the city during this highest storm tide.
One exception to this general scenario will be a part of western Florida's Gulf Coast.
Tides will start out much lower than normal due to winds blowing offshore.
But by later Thursday, water levels may quickly rise as winds switch onshore once Nicole's center moves to the north. This may lead to some coastal flooding and storm surge in the areas shown in the map below peaking Thursday night, but also lingering into Friday.
Tropical storm-force winds (39 mph or greater winds) will continue to spread across much of the Florida Peninsula on Thursday.
These strong winds are expected to knock out power and could down trees, especially near the coast.
While Nicole will have weakened, some strong wind gusts are possible into parts of Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia through Friday.
Nicole's remnant teaming up with a cold front and stronger jet-stream energy could produce strong wind gusts Friday night into Saturday morning in the Northeast, from the Delmarva Peninsula and Chesapeake Bay north to New England, particularly near the coast.
These wind gusts could lead to scattered tree damage and at least some power outages Friday into Saturday.
Heavy rain has already arrived in Florida and it should spread north into parts of Georgia and the Carolinas through Friday.
The heaviest rainfall totals are expected in parts of central and northern Florida, including some areas flooded from Hurricane Ian's rain.
Parts of the St. Johns River are still above flood stage following Ian's rain about six weeks ago. According to the NWS, the St. Johns River slow fall in recent weeks post Ian will transition to slowly rising, then steady levels above flood stage after Nicole's rain.
Some minor river flooding is also forecast along stretches of the Peace and Little Manatee Rivers in western Florida, which suffered major to record flooding during Ian. But this flooding will be nowhere near the magnitude of Ian's flood.
Nicole's moisture in combination with an approaching cold front will result in soaking rain for the Appalachians, mid-Atlantic and Northeast Friday into Saturday.
A broad footprint of 1 to 5 inches of rain is possible from parts of southern Florida into the Carolinas, Georgia, mid-Atlantic and Northeast, with locally higher amounts.
This could lead to localized flash flooding and some river flooding, particularly in the Appalachians and adjacent foothills, as well as parts of the Northeast.
As with most landfalling storms, some isolated tornadoes and damaging thunderstorm wind gusts are also possible in Nicole's rainbands from Thursday through Friday.
Here's a look at the timing.
-Thursday-Thursday Night: northeast Florida, southeast Georgia, central and coastal South Carolina and southern North Carolina.
-Friday-Friday Night: central and eastern Carolinas into the mid-Atlantic.
Nicole strengthened to a hurricane Wednesday evening while making landfall over Grand Bahama. A wind gust of 61 mph was recorded on the island Wednesday evening.
Large, pounding waves and coastal flooding are impacting much of the Southeast coast. Water levels topped out around 2 feet above normal along Florida's Atlantic coast with Wednesday morning's high tide.
Flooding was reported around homes on Anastasia Island, near St. Augustine, and on some streets in West Palm Beach, Wednesday. A sea wall was breached by storm surge in St. Lucie County near Jensen Beach. Beach erosion undermined one structure and ate away at a parking lot of a hotel in Daytona Beach Shores.
Storm surge flooding was also captured on video Wednesday morning in Marsh Harbour, in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas, pummeled by Hurricane Dorian in 2019. Winds have gusted up to 60 mph in Hope Town, according to the Bahamas Department of Meteorology.
Minor street flooding was also reported around Wednesday morning's high tide in Charleston, South Carolina.
Check back with us at weather.com for important updates on Nicole.
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Johns Creek, GA — (ReleaseWire) — 11/09/2022 — Atlanta Restoration offers water removal, structural drying, mold remediation, and fire damage cleanup in Cumming, Roswell, and Johns Creek, GA. They are among the most experienced and dependable property damage restoration service providers of the region. This licensed, insured, and the certified company has catered to multiple homeowners and business owners over the years.
The roof is among the core components of any home. It protects homeowners, families, and valuables from diverse elements. Even a tiny roof leak can become a massive concern if not fixed in time. It may cause potential water damage and even result in higher utility bills, as it will take more power to cool/heat the space. Unfortunately, many significant instances of roof damage do not occur under the calmest of circumstances. Storms and natural disasters are often responsible for causing a hole or leak in the roof. As a homeowner waits for the weather to become favorable enough for roof repairs, an emergency roof tarp can greatly help. Emergency roof tarp helps homeowners to minimize the spread of roof damage. They can protect the roof and the home by keeping water and critters away. Atlanta Restoration is among the most reliable service providers for emergency roof tarping in Cumming, Roswell, and Johns Creek, Georgia. These services are beneficial in case a roof gets damaged due to fallen trees, fire accidents, hurricane winds, and so on. With years of experience in the field, the team of Atlanta Restoration can protect and restore a property effectively after storm damage, renovation mishaps, accidents, and more. Depending on the type of insurance the homeowner has, emergency roof tarping services can be covered by it. For the convenience of their clients, Atlanta Restoration works with insurance companies.
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In 2020, an upscale mixed-use project called Avalon in Alpharetta, Ga., logged more pre-holiday traffic than Lenox Square, North Point Mall, and Perimeter Mall—Atlanta’s premier shopping destinations. (North Point was handed back to its lenders and is now being redeveloped into a mixed-use project....
In 2020, an upscale mixed-use project called Avalon in Alpharetta, Ga., logged more pre-holiday traffic than Lenox Square, North Point Mall, and Perimeter Mall—Atlanta’s premier shopping destinations. (North Point was handed back to its lenders and is now being redeveloped into a mixed-use project.) The lead developer of Avalon at North American Properties, Mark Toro, set out on his own last year and founded the Toro Development Company. Having announced his first big project—Medley in Johns Creek, Ga.—we caught up with him to learn more about what’s on his agenda these days.
What are some of the social drivers of the upscale, mixed-use projects you develop?
It’s primarily two factors—income and density. Couple those with high population growth potential and you’re looking at a long-term opportunity. What we’re doing is building cities within cities to capture and retain human energy. The thing that attracts people—and we all noticed this post-pandemic—is that we want to be where other people are. Human energy is our stock and trade. We build places that house that energy. We are in the hospitality and energy business.
We live in a society that is inundated with new choices. What’s hot this year is not necessarily hot five years down the road. How do you plan to cycle trendy new tenants into your projects?
We don’t build projects, we build communities. The other word we don’t use is “center.” We design the spaces so that they’re integrated with the others.
The fact that the retail offering can be shifted over the term of the community is very helpful. It refreshes the street-level experience, so five-year or one- or two-year terms and pop-ups are preferable. The shorter the term the better, because the health and welfare of the tenant is unknown at the outset. Relevance is the new credit. Freestanding retail, restaurants, boxes, detached and attached family residential…that variety of uses maintains the longevity of the community.
Tell us about Toro Development’s first big…excuse us…project called Medley in Johns Creek that will blend retail with office, town homes, multifamily and a large medical facility.
Johns Creek is the wealthiest community in the state of Georgia. It’s the first time we’ve ever seen an average household income that started with a two--$200,000. It’s close to Avalon, so we won’t offer significant soft goods. Avalon serves the entire region with soft goods. We don’t need to duplicate.
So, in effect, you’re building Johns Creek a downtown.
It will be a place to gather. If you look at a Starbucks, it’s a room where you’re alone in a room full of buzz and human activity. That’s what we provided at Colony Square and Avalon. We became the ‘third place’ where people got together.
Johns Creek was incorporated in 2007, and it’s been seeking its ‘third place.’ There’s no there there, and the name Medley is indicative of the variety of offerings we’ll bring to it. It’s not a shopping center, not an office complex, not a residential development--it’s all of those things.
Will we be seeing other new developments from your company anytime soon? Anything outside of the Southeast?
We have two other projects we’ll be announcing soon, both residues of failed developments and greenfield sites, all surrounded by dense residential communities. We’re sticking to high-growth communities in the Southeast.