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3RD major development set for Haynes Bridge

The latest mixed-use project on Haynes Bridge Road – as yet unnamed – is somewhat different from other projects submitted to the city this year. It has a higher proportion of residential use with both houses detached and unattached.
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ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Third base is the hot corner in baseball. If Alpharetta were a baseball field, the “hot corner” would be Haynes Bridge Road at Ga. 400. The latest multi-million-dollar mixed-use project to come before the city is a 24.75-acre parcel at the northeast corner of Haynes Bridge and Morrison Parkway across from the MetLife development.

Branch Development Acquisitions LLC has submitted plans to build a 1-million-square-foot, mixed-use project consisting of:

  • 96 single-family homes with 2-car garage;
  • 35 townhouse units with 1-car garage;
  • 169,000 square feet of restaurants and retail
  • 269,557 square feet of Class A office in 2 three-story buildings
  • 1 fuel station

The project will go before the Sept. 7 Alpharetta Planning Commission with a hearing before the City Council Sept. 25.

According to planning documents, the QuikTrip fuel station at Haynes Bridge and Devore Road would close and move its location to the property at the corner of Morrison Parkway. Documents say the existing QuikTrip would be demolished and that site turned into a pocket park.

Alpharetta Development Director Peter Tokar said he was not familiar with this project because it is a recent zoning submission.

“It seems like we are going to be busy on Haynes Bridge for some time,” Tokar said.

Meanwhile Pope and Land Enterprises is planning a $450 million mixed-use project on the opposite side of Haynes Bridge that will be heavier on Class A office space with 1.1 million square feet.

Pope and Land’s campus will also have a 141-bed hotel, apartments, condominiums and 30,000 square feet of retail.

Office is the primary use for the project. The commercial-retail will mostly service the residents and office needs for the development. The hotel as well will likely be little competition to existing hotel beds, again supplying the requirements of the onsite office users.

Also building a large mixed-use project on Haynes Bridge is Fuqua Development LLC and TPA Group. That project contemplates a 62-acre project at Ga. 400.

Fuqua plans 500,000 square feet of Class A office space along with 430 apartments and 70 townhomes. It will also include 78,800 square feet of retail and 36,800 square feet of restaurants.

No timelines have been submitted for the Pope and Land project or Fuqua’s.

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