The Dunwoody City Council on March 23 approved a rezoning request to allow for a 40-unit townhouse development at Old Spring House Lane and Chamblee Dunwoody Road.

Providence Group wants to develop the 3.4-acre tract of land with three-story townhomes with brick and stone fronts. The proposal had the approval of staff, the community council, the planning commission and the Dunwoody Homeowners Association.

Amenities will include a multi-use trail, internal sidewalks, a gazebo and pedestrian access to the Georgetown Plaza. The development will cap rentals at 10 percent.

Providence Group President Warren Jolly said the project would likely be complete in two years, with the first units move-in ready in a year and a half.

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