The City of Sandy Springs is currently in the process of developing it’s City Center. You can use this website to learn about the development activities and community events as the process moves forwards.

Upcoming Events

July 23-24, 2014: The process to determine the future of a performing arts center as part of the City Center development project continues as the Sandy Springs City Council will hold a special called meeting to review potential options and their impact on the project in terms of space and costs. The public will have the opportunity to review those plans and provide feedback during an Open House the following day.

The special called Council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. on July 23, 2014. The Public Open House will be open from 6-8 p.m. on July 24, 2014. Both meetings will be in Council Chambers at Sandy Springs City Hall, located at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500, Sandy Springs, Ga. 30350.

Recent Developments

July 9, 2014: C.H. Johnson Consulting gave a presentation to the Sandy Springs City Council during a special-called meeting workshop. The presentation covered findings from a Performing Arts Center Market Feasibility Study the firm conducted.

June 18, 2014: The City announced that it had selected Carter/Selig Enterprises as its proposed Master Developer partner for Phase I of City Center development. The announcement began a 90-day confirmation period in which the Master Plan and project programming requirements will be outlined in more finalized detail.

 Master Plan Goals

  • Create a unique, vibrant, walkable City Center rich in amenities desired by the community, such as commercial retail, recreational and cultural facilities.
  • Catalyze significant market-driven private investment in walkable, mixed-use redevelopment that introduces substantial new dining, amenity retail, and entertainment options. This will both achieve City Center development goals and strengthen the district’s ability to support Sandy Springs’ fiscal goals.
  • Create an appropriate setting for a new civic/cultural center than functions as a place of community activity and identity.
  • Create a comprehensive infrastructure to support City Center, which would include: walkable streets, stormwater, traffic flow, transit services, bicycling facilities, parking, utilities and signage.
  • Introduce a green space network that accommodates a variety of activities, draws activity from new development, and ties together city Center, Sandy Springs’ established neighborhoods and existing open spaces.