ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE — A surge of development is taking place across Gwinnett County. From unincorporated areas to town centers, retail, residential, offices and hotels are taking shape.
Gwinnett County government, along with its cities, have helped finance the infrastructure needed to jump-start these economic development projects.
“Real estate development is a team effort,” said Jim Borders, president of Novare Group, which is building an urban-style residential development in Lawrenceville as part of its South Lawn project. “We think that Lawrenceville is the right place for this project because there is a municipal government there that has been supportive of it.”