Monday, November 12, 2012
The group will also discuss Decatur Crossing, the new proposed retail center in North Decatur.
Good Growth DeKalb, the North Decatur community group fighting the construction of a Walmart Supercenter at Suburban Plaza, might take a few tips Tuesday from residents who successfully beat back a proposed RaceTrac gas station in Sargent Hills late last month. The group will meeting with some Sargent Hills protesters in North Decatur Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m., according to an announcement on its website. Good Growth DeKalb will also discuss Decatur Crossing, a new retail center proposed at the intersection of North Decatur Road and Scott Boulevard.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Patch wants to know if you like the idea of a 40,000-square foot retail development in North Decatur.
We told you earlier this week about a prominent developer's plans to replace Scott Boulevard Baptist Church with a 40,000-square foot retail center. Atlanta-based Fuqua Development, started earlier this year by former Sembler president Jeff Fuqua, wants to redevelop the church into Decatur Crossing, which will include a bank, restaurants and retail shops, according to a company flier about the project. What we want to know is whether you think that's a good idea. This nexus point of streets has become a hotspot for development recently. Decatur Crossing, once completed, would sit directly across North Decatur Road from a newly renovated Suburban Plaza, including its incoming Walmart Supercenter. Take our poll and explain your position in …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Fuqua Development, created earlier this year by a former Sembler executive, wants to build Decatur Crossing, a new retail center at the intersection of Scott Boulevard and North Decatur Road.
A former Sembler executive and one of metro Atlanta's most prolific retail developers is behind the effort to buy Scott Boulevard Baptist Church and turn it into a 40,000-square foot retail center. Atlanta-based Fuqua Development, started earlier this year by former Sembler president Jeff Fuqua, wants to redevelop the church into Decatur Crossing, which will include a bank, restaurants and retail shops, according to a company flier about the project. That development does not yet include the residences adjacent to the church along Barton Way and Blackmon Drive that were contacted last week by Atlanta Land Group about selling their homes and land to redevelopers. The Fuqua Development flier shows a redevelopment area only where the church …