Hill and Main Subdivision - Downtown Duluth, GA

The Hill and Main subdivision in downtown Duluth is an 18.5 acre, 98 lot mixed single-family and townhome development. Pond designed the subdivision to tie into the existing Hill and Main streets and incorporate the City of Duluth’s plans to connect Davenport Road across the existing railroad track. This will help provide better access to their downtown area from the main roadway. The subdivision included the design of a regional detention facility sized to serve the continued development by the City just a couple blocks away. Walking distance to dozens of restaurants and stores, this community provides an open atmosphere, with rear entry homes, large sidewalks, and bicycle lanes to promote greater pedestrian traffic.

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