In June 2005, Sandy Springs became the first new city in Georgia in almost 50 years. City officials and residents alike soon recognized the need for a new civic/cultural center - a unique, vibrant, walkable City Center.
In late 2012, following a yearlong, public-involved planning process, the Sandy Springs City Council adopted a Master Plan to develop the City’s downtown area. And in January 2013, they approved a Phase I Implementation Plan to develop a master block containing civic facilities, a performing arts center, green space, retail and residential facilities. Site excavation began in 2015 and construction was well underway by the summer of 2016.
We’re excited to share the story of this 15-acre master block development, now called “City Springs,” which will serve the community and visitors to Sandy Springs as a place to gather, to relax, to be entertained.