Georgia State University and a development team proposed in May a mixed-use development and expansion of the university on the Turner Field site. The plan came about six months after the Atlanta Braves shocking announcement that the team was leaving for Cobb County after the 2016 season. The university and its development team want to convert The Ted into a 30,000-seat football, soccer and track-and-field stadium, build a new baseball park within the footprint of the former Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium and preserve the Hank Aaron wall that honors 'The Hammer' and his 715th home run. The plan also includes adding new instructional buildings, parking and green space. A private Atlanta-based team --- led by real estate development powerhouse Carter and apartment and senior-housing developer Columbia Residential --- would build a mix of privately run student housing, shops, restaurants, a grocery store and other retail, single-family homes and market-rate apartments. There's also the potential for senior housing. What’s next: The city and county officials are still working out the process of selling the ballpark and surrounding parking lots. A lot is in flux, and other parties have expressed interest in the property. The city needs to know when the Braves will move out – the team plans to be in Cobb for the 2017 season, but it also has lease extensions it can exercise if necessary.