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Perimeter Community Improvement Districts

The Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs), representing both the Central (DeKalb) and Fulton Perimeter CIDs, are self-taxing districts that use additional property taxes to help accelerate transportation and infrastructure improvement projects. The PCIDs are leading the charge to implement vital transportation enhancements coupled with land use and zoning strategies that will enhance mobility and improve access to the Perimeter activity center.  

 

As one of the largest office markets and fastest growing areas in the region, Perimeter Center has multiple projects underway and planned. The area is expected to have continued significant growth potential. A market analysis was conducted in 2011 by the PCID to update a 2005 market study.  The updated report includes the current economic environment and the recovery; the potential market demand for residential; commercial; and projected office uses over the next 25 years.  

 

PCID Projections

2010

2011

2016

2021

2011-2021 GROWTH

Housing Units

7,296

7,355

9,129

13,246

5,891

Population

10,205

10,483

13,676

17,893

7,410

Jobs

67,506

67,506

75,608

94,022

26,516

Perimeter @ The Center - Future Focus - 2011 LCI Update

 

Georgetown/ North Shallowford Area

 

Georgetown/ North Shallowford area of Dunwoody is currently an assemblage of diverse  land uses ranging from strip center commercial, to numerous multifamily developments (owner and renter), to large scale institutional uses to a Georgia Power operations center. Its location directly abutting Interstate 285 gives Georgetown/ North Shallowford the ability to serve as a jeweled gateway to the City.

Georgetown/ North Shallowford Map

Dunwoody Village Area

 

The Dunwoody Village area is a very unique place - a place that is physically and psychologically rooted in the Dunwoody community. It is at once a highly localized convenience commercial center for nearby residents while also existing - for many - as the broad city-wide civic “heart” of the community. In addition, its placement at the intersection of Mount Vernon and Chamblee Dunwoody Roads places it directly in the cross-hairs of high volume commuter traffic for Dunwoodians and those merely passing through on a daily basis to and from Roswell, Chamblee, Sandy Springs, Norcross, and beyond.

 

Dunwoody Village Area Map