DeKalb Farmer’s Market Wants to Quadruple in SizeDecatur Metro | April 14, 2012 | 12:25 pm
Michael alerted me to this yesterday. According to a Development of Regional Impact filing that DeKalb County made to the State of Georgia, Your DeKalb Farmer’s Market wants to add 518,000 square feet of retail space to its existing 140,000 square foot building on East Ponce de Leon Ave, east of Decatur. That means it would grow to four times its current size!
According to the filing…
The proposed expansions of the existing DeKalb Farmers Market include 718,367 SF of new warehouse area and 517,949 SF of new retail area. The proposed project will require 2 new driveways; 1 signalized and 1 unsignalized. The proposed project will provide 2,637 new parking spaces, while 763 existing parking spaces will remain.
The project is estimated to commence in October 2012 and will take 10 years to complete. 10 years?
h/t: Michael via Skyline Views