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14 townhomes proposed in downtown Flowery Branch get first approval. Here's what's next
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A townhome development is proposed next to a nearly finished retail-residential building off Main Street in Flowery Branch. The request is set to go before the Flowery Branch City Council at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 3. - photo by Jeff Gill

Update, June 3: A proposed 14-townhome development off Church Street near Main Street in Flowery Branch got initial approval Thursday, June 3.

Flowery Branch City Council voted to OK rezoning from traditional neighborhood district to central business district to allow for the project. Single-family homes are now on the property.

A final vote will take place later.


A townhome development is proposed next to a nearly finished retail-residential building off Main Street in Flowery Branch.

South Hall LLC is seeking to build 14 townhomes on three lots off Church Street behind Atlanta-based The Residential Group’s development between Church and Railroad Avenue. 

South Hall LLC is seeking rezoning from traditional neighborhood district to central business district to allow for the project. Single-family homes are now on the property.

Flowery Branch City Council

What: Rezoning for proposed 14 townhomes on Church Street in Flowery Branch

When: 6 p.m. Thursday, June 3

Where: Flowery Branch City Hall, 5410 W. Pine St.

The request is set to go before the Flowery Branch City Council at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 3, at City Hall, 5410 W. Pine St.

The project would involve a land swap between South Hall LLC and Flowery Branch to allow for a farmers market the city has planned off Railroad.

Farmers market improvements, including construction of a covered pavilion and a pedestrian plaza between the Historic Depot and The Residential Group building, are part of a larger batch of downtown public improvements costing about $5.2 million.

The city would exchange Knight Drive, a narrow street connecting Church Street to Railroad Avenue, for a strip of land, according to the city.

Other details about the townhome development weren’t available.

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