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What’s Next?

Aug 19, 2013

With Conyers City Council’s recent rezoning approval of mixed-use development on Four A’s property, we now have the opportunity to pursue our plan for a variety of options for living, working, playing, dining and shopping — all within easy walking or biking distance of each other.

A current rendering reflecting the project's envisioned character. Click for larger view.

           

The Four A development team will now turn our attention to more detailed engineering, planning and site preparation to bring further definition to the proposed development. The rezoning includes conditions that provide stricter guidelines than did the property’s previous “general business” zoning.

We look forward to continued collaboration with the community in delivering a neighborhood — to be built in phases over 10 years — that supports healthy lifestyles for people of all ages. With retail, office and residential units, the new neighborhood will offer small town charm with metropolitan conveniences that will become assets for all of Rockdale County.

One Response to “What’s Next?”


  1. Erica says:

    I’m glad to know these conversations are taking place. My hope is to see “action” as well. My husband and I moved to Conyers a few years ago to be close to my parents, which is nice. We like being away from the hustle and bustle Atlanta. However, a big reason why we’ve considered for over a year moving closer to the city is because Conyers lacks retail, dining establishments beyond the fast food chains, hip residential dwellings, and more biking/walking/roller blading trails. Thank you for posting this information….maybe we will stay in Conyers after all?



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    We're long-time land owners here in Conyers and are looking to develop our property, just south of I-20, along Iris Drive and Johnson Road.

    We've waited a long time to take this step because we believe the special nature of our property -- and of Conyers itself -- calls for something more than just everyday development. Something that, instead, celebrates the land's natural features and maximizes our opportunities to provide new, market-responsive choices for Conyers.

    Our approach is simple: What's good for Conyers is good for us. We thrive together.

    Can we create a new place where young professionals, growing families and downsizing empty-nesters can all find a place to call home? A true community in every sense of the word?

    We're convinced we can. And we believe that including you in the process is how we're going to get there.

    Welcome. Have a look around and check back often for ongoing updates as we move our way from design through to implementation.