Georgia Tech's President, Ángel Cabrera, reminisced on the history of Tech Square and looked to the future of the neighborhood in a recent post on the President's Blog for Georgia Tech:
"During my years in graduate school at Tech from 1991 to 1995, we rarely ventured into the Midtown neighborhood across the connector. There were no reasons to go there - no classes, no internships, no cool restaurants, no conferences... Today, you can feel the energy - startups are next to corporate innovation centers that are down the street from corporate headquarters... people are exploring possibilities over coffee and in breakrooms. They're designing and building business models for innovations in the historic Biltmore and in the brand-new Coda building." He states in his blog. Read the full article at the President's Blog here.