Gwinnett Place CID Multi-Modal Green Corridor Master Plan - Gwinnett County, GA

Beginning in August 2014, the CID embarked on an initiative to develop the Gwinnett Place Multi-Modal Green Corridor Master Plan. With funding provided by the Atlanta Regional Commission and the National Association of Realtors, the process will result in concept plans and recommendations for the creation of connections around the existing Gwinnett Transit Station and the Gwinnett Place Mall area. Envisioned as a transportation-centered activity hub with green space, this transportation corridor could become Gwinnett’s Main Street. When implemented, the master plan will serve as the catalyst for the development of an urbanized mixed-use community with connectivity to the Gwinnett Transit Station, complete streets and a network of bike-pedestrian enhancements leading to a more livable and sustainable area. Pond is leading this Master Planning effort which includes extensive coordination with community stakeholders and property owners. Several alternatives have been identified and are being evaluated and refined by the project team.

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