The city of Brookhaven is spending nearly a million dollars for an old residential property, with plans to turn it into a park and Vietnam War memorial.
Emory Healthcare's big new campus planned for Executive Park in Brookhaven took a step forward on Oct. 4 with the ground breaking for the new Emory Musculoskeletal Institute.
The plan to demolish Brookhaven’s Briarwood Park pool has begun, with crews planning to build a new pool and pool house by next summer.
Brookhaven’s tourism arm this week unveiled the logo, tagline and brand identity it will use to attract visitors to the city.
The headquarters is being built on about 4 acres of property in an undeveloped area behind the Northeast Plaza shopping center and overlooking the Greenway, which is now under construction.
In, May, the city received a $105,000 community development block grant from DeKalb County to help cover costs for this project.
Brookhaven is set to break ground next week on a $15 million building that will house its police department and municipal court.
Brookhaven city officials are banking on the arts enhancing residents’ quality of life — as well as adding to its coffers — with the approval of a $90,000 contract for an arts and culture master plan.
Arts and culture master plans have been cropping up in area cities over the past several years. Josh Phillipson, who heads up arts and culture with the Atlanta Regional Commission, said the driving force for most municipalities is the positive economic impact.
District 3 Councilman Bates Mattison, who was first elected in 2012, the year the city incorporated, and was expected to run again, announced he is not going for another term.