Carver Circle in the City of Doraville sits on 36 acres just above the intersection of I-285 and Peachtree Industrial and the only way to access the property is via the South Bound PIB access road just south of Tilly Mill. This property directly abuts the Broadstone (now called Dunwoody Village) apartment complex in Dunwoody and the Ridgeway / Van Fleet neighborhood of single family homes also in Doraville. The property in this little hidden neighborhood has been quite vacant for a number of years with many of the homes being purchased by developers.
In fact ten years ago, when I was President of the Dunwoody North Civic Association there were plans to place 255 townhomes on the same property and my board raised numerous concerns including the possibility of increased neighborhood cut though traffic as the property is currently zoned for Chesnut Elementary. There was also a great deal of concern with the possibility of increased flooding into the Dunwoody North neighborhood as it appears that flood zones are being built upon.
New Development in Flood Zones worries Dunwoody North neighbors.
On Monday August 15th at 5:30 pm, the City of Doraville is holding a Public Hearing and possibly voting on the project. I have little other information at this time but hope to make it to Monday's meeting at Doraville City Hall.
Z-16-08 for Carver Hills Neighborhood (outside of I-285) APPLICANT: Century Communities of Georgia, LLC. REQUEST: Applicant seeks to rezone 34 properties in the Carver Hills Neighborhood from the R-1 (Single-family Residential) district and the O-I (Office/Institutional) district to the Livable Community Code Special District (SD-2), sub-districts T-3 and T-4 for a new residential development comprised of 50 detached single-family homes and 198 townhomes.