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A thriving, central business district, Gwinnett Place is located in the

heart of Gwinnett County and represents the center of commerce

and success for the community. Existing roadway, transportation

investments, and future infrastructure additions help Gwinnett

Place span the business landscape, from global giants such as NCR

Corporation and Merial, to regional healthcare and life sciences

companies such as Kaiser Permanente, to manufacturing and

logistics businesses such as National DCP.

The Gwinnett Place area reaps the benefits of its strategic location with convenient

access to major transportation corridors including I-85, SR 316, Pleasant Hill Road,

SR 120, Buford Highway, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, and Satellite Boulevard.

Existing transit service includes three circulatory routes and four express commuter

routes, with the main Gwinnett County Transit Center located in the community.

Greater Gwinnett Place is just moments away from premiere community amenities

including Gwinnett Center, the award-winning Arena and the Hudgens Arts Center.

The area encompasses an Opportunity Zone with State job tax credits and also

offers tax increment financing options, fast track development reviews, and

other economic development tools. Serviced by the Gwinnett Place Community

Improvement District, Gwinnett’s central business district at Gwinnett Place is a

market portal to business and investment growth.



Gwinnett Place Mall and the surrounding

retail shopping centers located in Duluth,

Georgia, in Gwinnett County. Ideally

situated in the center of Gwinnett in the

County’s central business district:

• 1.2 million SF of retail;

• 440,000 SF of Class-A office space;

• 900+ residential units; and

• 7-12 acres of parks and greenspace.

Gwinnett Place is positioned to transform

into a mixed-use activity center. Master

plans for the future redevelopment call

for Class-A office buildings, residential

developments similar to those at

Perimeter and Cumberland Malls,

outdoor venues for public gatherings

and more multi-modal transportation

facilities to provide greater connectivity,

walkability, and mobility.

Partnership Gwinnett