By David Beasley | Global Atlanta | September 15, 2099
In 2005, Charles Brewer again found himself at a crossroads. He had already founded Mindspring Enterprises Inc., an Internet service provider, which merged with Earthlink Network Inc. in 2000 to become the second largest Internet company in the U.S. After leaving the tech field a few months after the merger, Mr. Brewer became a real estate developer, transforming a former cement recycling plant off Memorial Drive near downtown Atlanta into Glenwood Park, a 28-acre neighborhood of houses, condos, shops and parks.
With Glenwood Park nearing completion, Mr. Brewer wanted to do another development, but not in Atlanta. He turned his attention to the tropics, eventually settling on Costa Rica. Read the rest of this article, “Atlantan Charles Brewer Building a Beach Town in Costa Rica“.