Following a public hearing on Monday, the Lilburn City Council approved a proposed development for businesses and residences on the southwest corner of Main Street and Lawrenceville Highway across the street from the future city hall/library.
Nacoochee Corp.’s plans include businesses fronting Lawrenceville Highway and Main Street, and a multi-story residential building fronting Church Street and Main Street. A 500-space, three-level parking deck will be constructed in the center of the square with the same design elements as the businesses and homes.
The city requires new buildings within the Lawrenceville Highway Corridor Overlay District to meet architectural requirements including construction using brick, stone, glass and textured concrete. The developer proposes 250 one- and two-bedroom units in a $25-million, 292,000 square-foot, three-story building. The Special Use Permit allows up to 325 units.
Information: www.cityoflilburn.com or Joellen Wilson, city planner, at 770-279-3710 or email@example.com.