The Everett is a new mixed-use development with 276 residential units planned for Suwanee.
Photo: Pollack Shores
Photo: Pollack Shores

Mixed-use development with 276 apartments breaking ground in Gwinnett

A new mixed-use development in downtown Suwanee is expected to break ground this month.

The Everett, a project from Pollack Shores Real Estate Group, will be built on Suwanee Buford Dam Road. The  development will have 276 apartments and a variety of retail space and restaurants, according to a press release from the developer. It will also have a 2-acre green space. 


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The Everett will be less than a mile’s walk to Suwanee Town Center and across the street from an entry to Brushy Creek Greenway, a multi-use trail. The Greenway connects to a 16-mile network of city and county trails. 

Suwanee is one of Gwinnett County’s fastest-growing cities, recent U.S. Census Bureau data shows. The city’s population has increased by a third since 2010. 

“Pollack Shores focuses on building communities that join residents with vibrant neighborhoods like that of Suwanee,” said Steven Shores, President and CEO of Pollack Shores. “We believe these intentional connections to walkable retail, restaurants and green space offer a higher quality of life for our future residents.”

Apartments at the Everett are expected to be available in August 2020. One-, two- and three-bedroom units will be available, ranging in size from 719 to 1,419 square feet. Tenants will have access to a fitness center, pool and clubhouse.


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