ACC is contemplating headquarters exterior of Greensboro | College



The Atlantic Coast Conference headquarters at 4512 Weybridge Lane in the Grandover area of ​​Greensboro.


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The ACC has not announced any plans to relocate its conference seat, but the league is now looking elsewhere.

The league board asks the Newmark Advisory Group to begin evaluating other interested cities. The criteria include:

A location in the eastern time zone

Population size with positive growth trends

Population growth and diversity

Access to a large hub airport with effective access to and from all ACC schools

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Expected benefits for the ACC brand as a whole and potential synergies for existing and potential partners

Financial considerations related to business expenses

Newmark will present its findings from the second phase to the Board of Directors, but a schedule has not been given.

Founded in 1953 at the Sedgefield Inn in Greensboro, the league initiated a process in which Newmark evaluated Greensboro, including discussions with more than 100 people from the city, the conference bureau, and the ACC.

“The Board of Directors continues its work on the assessment and will make decisions that are in the long-term interests of the ACC,” said chief executive Vincent E. Price, president of Duke, in a statement. “Greensboro has been our proud home for nearly 70 years and we will be careful to keep it that way for years to come. We continue to appreciate the work of Newmark and Weiberg Consultants on this very important process. “

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