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Featured Sites - Sandy Springs City Center

The Sandy Springs City Council adopted the City Center Master Plan on December 18, 2012. In January 2013, the City Council approved plans for Phase I Implementation.

The Implementation Plan is intended to provide a strategy and road map to steer redevelopment in the City and accomplish the goals set forth in the adopted City Center Master Plan.

City Center Master Plan Goals

  1. Create a unique, vibrant, walkable City Center rich in amenities desired by the community, such as commercial retail, recreational and cultural facilities.
  2. Catalyze significant market-driven private investment in walkable, mixed-use redevelopment that introduces substantial new dining, amenity retail, and entertainment options. This will both achieve City Center development goals and strengthen the district’s ability to support Sandy Springs’ fiscal goals.
  3. Create an appropriate setting for a new civic/cultural center than functions as a place of community activity and identity.
  4. Create a comprehensive infrastructure to support City Center, which would include: walkable streets, stormwater, traffic flow, transit services, bicycling facilities, parking, utilities and signage.
  5. Introduce a green space network that accommodates a variety of activities, draws activity from new development, and ties together city Center, Sandy Springs’ established neighborhoods and existing open spaces.

Powers Ferry

Powers Ferry is part of the 24 million square foot Cumberland-Galleria office market, the fifth largest in the metro Atlanta area. The Powers Ferry area offers a variety of quality office towers, meeting venues and access regional shopping and cultural centers such as the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Located along I-285 and close to I-75 on the west and convenient to Georgia 400 on the east, the Powers Ferry area offers companies locating here enjoy mature trees and the serenity along the Chattahoochee River, all adjacent to one of the metro area’s most convenient interstate interchanges.

  • Within the immediate area is a full-service Wyndham hotel, upscale dining at Ray’s on the River, various fast-casual eateries and various neighborhood shopping centers.
  • Abundant recreational opportunities for employees, with direct access to the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area.
  • Home to companies such as Graphic Packaging International, InterContinental Exchange and ADP.

North Sandy Springs

The North Sandy Springs area, centered around the Northridge exit on Georgia 400, offers 1.7 million square feet of office space in an area known for easy access to the Central Perimeter area to south, and historic Roswell to the north. The area is served by numerous MARTA bus stops, making it easy for employees to choose how to get to work.  The area is also home to some of the most desirable residential areas of north Fulton County.

  • Centered around the intersection of Northridge Road and Roswell Road, five miles north of I-285, at the Northridge exit on Georgia 400.
  • Offers excellent access to Roswell, Buckhead and downtown Atlanta. Hartsfield International Airport is located approximately 35 miles from the exit
  • Home to companies such as Xerox's ACS and Kimberly-Clark.


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