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Downtown Development Project




 Construction Time Lapse Video

 Project Overview

 Current Site Concept Plan

 

On May 23, 2011 the City of Alpharetta unveiled a much anticipated vision for the redevelopment of 22-acres of property in the heart of Downtown Alpharetta. That vision is of a vibrant environment of parks and civic space that will serve as a gathering place for citizens and attract business and investment to this important area of our community.

As proposed the first phase of the development would include:

• New Fulton County Library
• 5-acre Public Park
• Town Square
• New Alpharetta City Hall
• 450+/- space Public Parking Garage

These components will create a place and an atmosphere where people naturally want to be; drawing residents and visitors to the heart of our community to read a good book, enjoy a family picnic, attend a community event, and enjoy the company of friends and neighbors. While there many will also patronize the unique shops and restaurants that call Downtown Alpharetta home.

The environment created through these civic elements will also attract private investment that will drive the second phase of the development. Contained within the City’s vision are four future development sites that will be sold or ground leased to private-sector developers.

From this page you can access images and press releases to learn more about this exciting vision for Downtown Alpharetta, access an online forum to share your thoughts on the concept plan, and even submit your entry in a contest to help name the project. Watch, too, for information on upcoming public meetings and other features that will help you learn about and shape the future of Downtown Alpharetta.

Specimen Tree Summary


Existing Specimen Trees Haynes Bridge Road Realignment + Arborist Assessment August 2011 City Center Master Plan (2011) Current City Center Master Plan (2012)
City Center Master Plan (2011) City Center Master Plan (2012) Existing Specimen Trees Site Development Summary

 

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