Representatives of Forsyth’s hotels and downtown businesses met together and discussed how to attract more visitors to Forsyth and make them want to stay longer.
Forsyth council gave the green light last week to a new city hall design despite earlier protests that it was too modern.
Visitors to downtown Forsyth will soon be able to ramble around a downtown entertainment district with an alcoholic drink in their hand during certain hours. Council approved a plan on Monday.
A Forsyth developer is converting the city’s historic ice plant into a thriving boutique hotel, restaurant and event space in the heart of downtown.
Clark Nexsen, the architect hired to design the new city hall, on Monday showed council designs for the first time since the city bought the old Colonial store to demolish and use the site for city hall.
Forsyth held its first public meeting with TSW, the company selected to design a Master Plan for the city’s six parks, on March 14. TSW representatives, Adam Williamson and Beverly Bell, presented an overview of the existing amenities at the city’s parks and what they anticipate designing and recommending to expand, enhance and upgrade the parks.
Forsyth is about to see the re-start of a subdivision abandoned about 2006 that could eventually be home to as many as 205 families.