Sugar Hill’s E Center includes a 406-seat performing arts theater, gymnasium, and 43,000 square feet of restaurant, retail, office and meeting space, all overlooking the city’s outdoor amphitheater, The Bowl.
The proposed millage rate will result in a property tax increase of about 6.92 percent. Without this tentative tax increase, Sugar Hill’s millage rate would need to be lowered to the rollback rate of 3.554 mills.
Sugar Hill is embracing the city’s history of moonshining on the Chattahoochee by affectionately calling their downtown entertainment area “Sugar Hill’s Intersection of Neighborhoods and Entertainment,” or the SHINE District.
Seventy-five years after allied soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy as part of the D-Day invasion of northern France, Sugar Hill officials will gather to break ground on a memorial to veterans of all wars.
Sugar Hill’s new veterans memorial will include monuments for the six branches of military service, a water feature and an eternal flame within a “walkable hardscape plaza space” at the intersection of W. Broad Street and Church street.
The clubhouse expansion nearly doubled its seating capacity, from 56 to 110. The 32-foot covered patio, with views of the 18th hole and 12th fairway, was also included in the renovations.
Sugar Hill City Park at 5494 Cumming Highway will serve as a trailhead to the Sugar Hill Greenway. The park will feature a lake in its center.
Sugar Hill’s contractor, Sunbelt Asphalt, recently began road repairs on streets in the city between Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Buford Highway Northeast. Construction on this project began in March with crack-sealing.
The E Center boasts a 406-seat performing arts theater, gymnasium, and 43,000 square feet of restaurant, retail, office and meeting space, all overlooking the city’s outdoor amphitheater, The Bowl.
The program recognizes organizations that are driving economic development and job creation, while enhancing quality of life. The three Gwinnett cities are finalists in the hospitality category.