According to Mayor Mason, the Town Center created 28 new businesses and 528 new jobs and is expected to bring in $1.3 million in annual sales tax revenue and $15.4 million in annual sales.
Mayor Mason is expected to review the city’s progress, including completion of the new Town Center and soon to open autonomous vehicle test track.
The Ray – named in honor of the late Ray C. Anderson, founder of Atlanta-based floor tile manufacturer Interface Inc. (NYSE: TILE) – and the city of Peachtree Corners announced a partnership June 25 aimed at testing autonomous vehicles under a variety of road conditions.
Employees at the new Customer Experience Center will assist customers over the phone or online to help them find the perfect vehicle, navigate financing, and provide any assistance needed.
The 2,500-square-foot monument plaza has been designed to be a serene and dignified place where individuals may come and reflect, and where veterans, schools and civic organizations may hold ceremonies and educational opportunities.
“The city is dedicated to fiscal responsibility at every level and this award proves our commitment,” said Brian Johnson, City Manager.
Peachtree Corners Councilman Eric Christ is pushing for the county elections board to strike a policy prohibiting Gwinnett from helping run municipal elections. From there, he hopes the county and local cities can develop a framework for future collaboration.
As part of Peachtree Corners’ recent opening of the city’s Town Green, officials also unveiled the new Veterans’ Monument, a tribute to men and women who served or are serving in the U.S. military.
More than 4,000 residents, guests and dignitaries helped celebrate the official opening of the Peachtree Corners Town Center and unveil the area’s new 2-acre Town Green.
The mixed-use development has been in the works since 2013, when the land it sits on was first purchased by the city. Now, it’s home to 13 restaurants, shops and other businesses, with 12 more opening in the coming months.