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MARTA/ Clifton Corridor

MARTA/ Clifton Corridor

MARTA recently gave a presentation to the Emory Grove neighborhood about the Clifton Corridor and area projects.

see link for slideshow/ information;

Lawrenceville Highway Corridor Open House

Lawrenceville Highway Corridor Open House
Thur June 2 (6:30pm - 8:30pm)
Rehoboth Baptist Church
2997 Lawrenceville Hwy
Tucker, GA 30084

DeKalb County will share overall findings/recommendations about concerns along the Lawrenceville Highway Corridor from North DeKalb Mall to Interstate 285. Drop in to review and give input.

 

 

 

Emory Village update

Emory Village Alliance: Proposed Wind Store on hold/ Traffic Study on the way -- Citing safety concerns over backing out of parking spaces onto the sidewalk and into North Decatur Road, the DeKalb Zoning Board of Appeals on August 12 deferred action for 30 days on proposed variances requested by a developer who wants to convert a long vacant Chevron Station in Emory Village into a wine store.  In the meantime, the county will conduct a traffic study to gauge the safety of these spaces.    [READ MORE]

 

 

Fuqua Phase II plan deferred by Board of Commissioners

MANA: Fuqua Development presented its plans for Phase II of the Decatur Crossings development at the May 26, 2015 Board of Commissioners meeting (meeting notes can be found here). Fuqua had submitted four requests: 

1. change the land use designationfrom SUB(Suburban) to TC (Town Center); 
2. rezone property from O‐I (Office‐Institutional) and R‐75 (Single‐Family Residential to OCR (Office‐Commercial‐Residential), for a mixed‐use development with 95,000 square feet of retail,restaurant, and office space and 450 multifamily residential units;
3. increase the height of multifamily residential buildings in a mixed use development from the allowed maximum of two stories to five stories;to allow two drive‐through lanes for two commercial buildings; and 
4. allow a drive‐through restaurant  [READ MORE]
 

CHCA pushes for safety improvements for North Decatur / Superior intersection

To:   Residents of Clairmont Heights and our nearby neighbors:

Re:   Update on Safety Improvements for the North Decatur Rd / North Superior Ave Intersection

Most of you are probably aware of the long history of traffic accidents at one of our neighborhood entrances, the intersection of North Decatur Road and Superior. Last week, on Wednesday, May 6, a cement truck collided with and landed on top of an automobile at this dangerous intersection. Fortunately, neither driver suffered major injuries. CHCA is already working to improve this situation.

Emory Governmental and Community Affairs Quarterly Community Meeting Tue 3/31, 6:30-8:00 PM

Emory - Governmental and Community Affairs: 
Quarterly Community Meeting 
Tuesday, March 31, 6:30-8:00 PM
1599 Clifton Road Building; Room 5-C

(Great meeting for updates on Emory’s building plans including the hospital, as well as shuttle service, CCTMA, Emory Pointe Phase II etc.)

Directions: 
"Turn off Clifton Road by the entrance sign to the Emory Conference Center Hotel, and then turn right at the stop sign to go into the parking deck attached behind the 1599 building. Be sure to park on the Visitor Level so you can access the lobby entrance. There will be someone in the lobby to escort you to the elevator and room 5-C will be on the 5th floor, near the elevator."

questions:
Betty E. Willis
Senior Associate Vice President 
1599 Clifton Road, NE, 5th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: 404.727.5312
betty.willis@emory.edu
www.emory.edu/GCA
www.cliftoncommunitypartnership.org

 

Publix Marathon Runs Through Decatur Sunday, Expect Traffic Delays

DecaturMetro: According to the schedule posted on the marathon’s website, you will see road closures around Decatur between 7:30a-11a. [READ MORE]

 

"Decatur development’s second phase adds 450 apartments"

AJC: [READ MORE]

 

Community Meeting 3/2 for N. Decatur-Scott Blvd (across from future Walmart)

Fuqua Development, LP (“Fuqua”) will be hosting a meeting on Monday, March 2, 2015 to preview the concept for “Phase II” of its development at the intersection of Scott Boulevard and North Decatur Road.
 
As many of you know, Fuqua worked hand-in-hand with a Cross-Neighborhoods Committee on Phase I and has held preliminary meetings with the same Committee in an effort to ensure that Phase II is consistent with the communities’ vision for the area. 
 
Features of Phase II will include:
Community green space
A continuation of the sidewalk and streetscape treatment proposed for Phase I
A new north/south roadway between North Decatur Road and Scott Boulevard, with traffic signals proposed at each intersection
An authentic mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented environment, with retail, restaurant, office and residential uses
 
We encourage you to come hear about this exciting project and provide the meeting details below:
Monday, March 2, 2015
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 pm
North Decatur United Methodist Church
1523 Church Street
 

"Suburban Plaza update: bowling alley gone, may be replaced by book store"

Decaturish: Decatur’s Suburban Lanes Bowling Alley will not remain in the redeveloped Suburban Plaza. A book store may end up taking some of the basement space of the plaza on the Church Street side near where the bowling alley is now, according to developer, Selig Enterprises.   [READ MORE]

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