The developer behind Midtown’s Atlantic Station is planning to build the Southeast’s largest movie studio in Gwinnett County.
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Sampling of existing Georgia TV and film studios
Atlanta Film Studios Paulding County: two soundstages, Hiram
EUE Screen Gems: five soundstages, Atlanta
Georgia Public Television: studio, Atlanta
Lake City Crossing Sound Stage: in a former grocery store, Lake City
Mailing Avenue Stageworks: stage in a warehouse complex, Atlanta
Meddin Studios: three stages, Savannah
North Atlanta Studios: studio, Marietta
PC&E: three stages, Atlanta
Raleigh/Riverwood Studios: four soundstages, Senoia
Tyler Perry Studios: Atlanta
Turner Studios: six studios, Atlanta
New studios have been announced this year in Gwinnett, Fayette, Effingham and Newton counties.
Source: Georgia Department of Economic Development; The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.