Things are expected to move quickly over the next few days for the city’s proposed redevelopment of 35 acres in Georgetown.
The development is dubbed “Project Renaissance,” and city leaders envision a redevelopment effort that would bring parks and trails, low-density residential and small neighborhood commercial facilities at the city’s eastern gateway.
The proposals the city will consider were submitted 2:00 p.m. Friday.
The city’s selection committee had a long weekend evaluating what proposals from a private firms might fit with what the city is looking to do on the property, located on a 16-acre parcel on 4000 Dunwoody Park Drive and a 19-acre parcel across the street on the 4500 block of North Shallowford Road.
“It all really goes back to the master plan for Georgetown,” said Bob Mullen, spokesman for the city.
If the proposals received by the city are all a no-go, residents