About 500 people in Georgia’s tourism industry will be coming to Hall County next year for a state conference, and some of the conference planners hope the event can further boost tourism in the county.
Downtown Gainesville could be getting a three-story mixed-use building as soon as early 2021, according to the developer of the “fourth side of the square.”
In 2012, the city purchased the four-acre plot where the old Hall County Jail was with the plan to develop the property in the future as a part of the transformation of the midtown area.
More apartments could be headed Braselton’s way in South Hall.
Apartments and retail space are now planned on two long vacant pieces of property in Gainesville’s midtown.
A 334-unit apartment complex got initial approval Thursday night from the Flowery Branch City Council, following a lengthy discussion involving the developer and residents.
Gainesville is growing and changing and so is it’s tourism and communications staff.
Gainesville City Council candidates for the Nov. 5 election are reflecting on progress and looking ahead at growth — a challenge they all anticipate.
Butler said he was especially encouraged by the total number of people in the workforce in the Gainesville metro; that number increased by 300 from June to July.
Gainesville City Council approved a decrease in the water rate differential from 2.0 to 1.9 Tuesday evening.