A developer has requested land near the Infinite Energy Center be rezoned for a mixed-use development with nearly 400 apartments.
Documents submitted to Gwinnett County by Quattrok LLC propose a “retail village” with 13,700 square feet for shops, restaurants or offices. The plans also include 390 “high-end, luxury” apartment units for the 17 acres at Meadow Church and Old Peachtree roads. Anticipated pricing was not available for the apartments.
The development would place its densest aspects — buildings with both apartments and retail — at its center, and more spread out “townhome-style homes” toward the edge, along Meadow Church Road. The project would include new sidewalks and connections to Gwinnett’s trail system, along with a pond, green space and community garden.
About a mile from Infinite Energy Center, the proposed project could potentially connect to mega-development Revel in the future. That 118-acre mixed-use development, a public-private partnership with the county, is currently on hold. North American Properties dropped out of the project in December, leaving the county to find a new developer.
Multiple mixed-use developments and apartment complexes are in the works around Gwinnett. The county board of commissioners approved a 260-unit high rise apartment complex near the Mall of Georgia and a planned mixed-use development in November. A 194-unit apartment complex is under construction less than three miles from the proposed Quattrok project.
Lawrenceville’s $200 million downtown SouthLawn project, with more than 600 residential units and 15,000 square feet of retail space, has been under construction since July 2018 and is now renting apartments. The units range from $1,200 to $1,750 per month, depending on floor plan. A downtown Suwanee development broke ground in August, with 276 apartments planned.
The Quattrok project is not yet on a Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners agenda for approval.
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