New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)

More renderings released for megaproject near downtown Lawrenceville

New renderings have been released for the mixed-use megaproject planned for the downtown Lawrenceville area

The development, which will go up on about 35 acres just south of the Gwinnett County seat’s downtown square, is slated to include about 15,000 square feet of commercial space in addition to apartments, townhomes, detached homes and “age-targeted” residences.

Officials believe the $200 million project is the largest redevelopment project in Gwinnett County, if not all of suburban Atlanta.

The new renderings — which can be seen below — were released by developer Novare Group during a Monday evening meeting of the Lawrenceville planning commission.

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New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
New renderings were released Monday of the megaproject being planned for downtown Lawrenceville. (City of Lawrenceville/Novare Group)
A site plan of the $200 million mixed-use, “urban-style” development planned near downtown Lawrenceville. COURTESY CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE
Photo: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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