Atlanta Business Chronicle
A new $64 million redevelopment of downtown Duluth, Ga., has begun with the demolition of an old grocery store.
The 43-year-old Proctor Square shopping center will become an 8-acre redevelopment with a 375-unit apartment complex and 11 retail and office store fronts, the Gwinnett Daily Post reported. Read the story and check out a rendering here.The project is expected to take two years to finish.
Atlanta Business Chronicle reported in March about another project in Duluth. Fabric Developers and Vantage Realty Partners broke ground on the redevelopment of seven historic downtown Duluth buildings, making room for up to seven new restaurants. The $7 million project could open its first restaurants by January.
The roughly 40,000-square-foot project, called The Block at Parson’s Alley, is drawing inspiration from Decatur, a model of downtown revitalization.