Phase One of the Chamblee Town Center Project Includes Two Huge Commercial Developments

The Chamblee Town Center Project consists of mixed-use residential and commercial spaces to reinvigorate the historic downtown area.
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The City of Chamblee and the Downtown Development Authority are working together to transform the historic downtown area into a fluid “town center,” with Seven Oaks Co. LLC and The Worthing Cos also on the project, who proposed two commercial real-estate developments. This includes the reinvigoration of an existing 35,000 square-foot warehouse at 2135 American Industrial Way and a 3.7-acre mixed-use space. Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, LLC is tackling the design aspect of the project.

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This project — called the Chamblee Town Center Project — aims to use the creative-loft office space to reinvigorate the area while supporting existing commercial retail shops, providing more foot traffic and more opportunities for residents to move into the heart of the city, according to the Business Chronicle. Chamblee Town Center Project will also bring in more workers, supporting the local economy. The Worthing Cos sent a letter of intent, saying: “Peachtree Boulevard has historically been the commercial corridor for Chamblee, and the advantage it enjoys because of orientation and traffic loads has already resulted in numerous new (and with more in planning) single- and mixed-use developments.”

The Chamblee Town Center Project’s initial phase of these two developments will be reviewed by the Chamblee city planners on Nov. 18 and the city council on Dec. 10. The final phase is aimed at expanding these mixed commercial and residential spaces with an ample amount of parking.

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