The plan for revitalizing the Gwinnett Place Mall property with a mixture of retail, restaurants, green space, a cultural center and residential uses is moving forward. Listen to this episode of the show to find out more.
Gwinnett County commissioners voted on Tuesday night to approve the Gwinnett Place Mall Revitalization Strategy that the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District worked on last year. The strategy calls for tearing down most of the existing Gwinnett Place Mall property — except for the Macy’s, Mega Mart and Beauty Master anchors — and replacing it with a mixed-use “Global Villages” redevelopment concept.
“This is history in the making, and I’m honored to have a front row seat,” Commissioner Kirkland Carden, whose district includes the mall area, said in a statement. “As the commissioner who represents the mall area, I wanted to make sure it is an economic force for Gwinnett County. Our vote tonight will make that happen.” More News
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