Dunwoody will open up the floor to questions Thursday for the first time since it named a developer to partner on the city’s redevelopment plan in Georgetown – the city’s biggest such effort to date.
City officials and the developer, John Weiland Homes and Neighborhoods, will be on hand at City Hall at 7 p.m. to present an overview of the residential development and take questions from the public.
Wieland’s proposal, which the city selected from the two it received, calls for 110 homes on 13 acres. Wieland proposes to carve out the 13 acres for the residential part of the project from two properties totaling 35 acres the city either owns or has a contract to purchase.
The residential part of the redevelopment could begin as early as 2013 on the 16-acre ‘PVC Farm’ the city owns. Wieland outlines an