City Council will decide April 21 whether to approve mixed-use zoning for two large swaths of land on Roswell Road.
The proposed developments at 6125 Roswell Road, and 6075 and 6077 Roswell Road could redevelop a significant portion of the land east of Roswell Road and south of Hildebrand Drive near the site of the planned City Center.
City officials plan to build a new city office building and performing arts center at the intersection of Johnson Ferry and Roswell roads as part of an effort to spark a rekindling of the city core.
Two developers showed the planning commissioners on Feb. 19 redevelopment plans for their Roswell Road properties. Both are proposed mixed-use developments including housing and shops.
MCRT Investments Inc. proposes building about 400 apartments, a parking deck and 40,000 square feet of restaurants and shops at 6125 Roswell Road. Camden USA proposes to build 314 apartments, a parking deck and 4,871 square feet of retail and office space at 6075 and 6077 Roswell Road.

One reply on “Sandy Springs City Council to vote on mixed-use zoning”

  1. I like what was done down by Roswell and Wieuca Road. You want to build apartments? Fine. Replace the ones we have, the ratio of apartments to homes in this city is not that good. And 1000 more people trying to get to and from work in the middle of Sandy Springs? Wow.

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