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Wednesday December 13th, 2017 9:28PM

Developer looks to bring mixed-use development to downtown Sugar Hill

By Brian Stewart Reporter

Sugar Hill City Council is considering the approval of a developer's plans to bring a mixed-use development — combining commercial and residential properties — to the city's downtown area.

Alliance Realty Partners, LLC is looking to build on a 7.58-acre tract of land on the block of West Broad Street, Church Street, Lee Street and Level Creek Road, according to city documents.

It would include street-level retail with leased apartments above, said Paul Radford, city manager.

"There will be a separate proposal coming in, in the next several months for townhomes behind it. The same developer, different builder," said Radford.

In all, the buildings would be five stories tall, with retail on the first level and residential space on the other four.  Plans also call for a central parking deck in the structure.

"It's a really nice design. I think the city council is really pleased with the materials and the designs," said Radford.

Council is expected to give it a final vote on Monday.

To see concept designs for the development, click on the photo gallery at the top of this article.

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