In a sign that Perimeter Center is striving toward a drastically more urban vibe, developers of the proposed High Street project will be presenting to the Dunwoody Homeowners Association next week, according to Reporter Newspapers.
Planned since before the recession, the project roared back to life early last year, promising some serious density on a formerly vacant lot. Located kitty-corner from the State Farm headquarters high-rise, High Street would bring a slew of new development in the form of high-rise and mid-rise buildings.
Plans show five 30-story residential towers, a 21-story office tower, and a 22-story hotel, as well as various five to 10-story commercial and residential buildings. Swallowing almost 25 acres, the development could bring 3,000 residential units, 400,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, and an additional 400,000 square feet of office space.
GID, the Boston-based developer behind the project, has filed pre-land disturbance permits with Dunwoody in order to get the project moving. But public feedback will likely play a role before shovels meet dirt.