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Public hearing delayed for 520-unit apartment complex in South Hall
A 62-acre multi-use development, including 520 apartments, is proposed in Flowery Branch. - photo by Jeff Gill

A proposed 520-unit apartment complex won’t go before the Flowery Branch City Council on Thursday, March 7, as had been planned.

“The council consideration … has been postponed due to an incomplete application,” City Clerk Melissa McCain said in an email Tuesday, March 5. “The dates for consideration have yet to be determined but will be posted on the (city’s) website.”

Gainesville-based Capstone Property Group spoke informally with residents about the project at a public information session last month.

Capstone’s plans call for the apartments to be built in two phases off Hog Mountain and Spout Springs roads. Also, 7 of the project’s 62 acres would be developed as commercial outparcels.

A second public information session is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, at City Hall, which is at  5410 Pine St.

Information session

When: 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 5

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

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