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PCIDs name new executive director

PCIDs name new executive director

The Perimeter Center Community Improvement Districts have named a new staff leader, eight months after longtime president and CEO Yvonne Williams’ surprise resignation. Ann Hanlon, currently the executive director of…

Current Dunwoody City Hall site targeted for redevelopment

Current Dunwoody City Hall site targeted for redevelopment

Developers have their sights on Perimeter Center East where the current Dunwoody City Hall site is located to build two residential towers and an office tower while also incorporating public…

Sandy Springs’ ‘King and Queen’ skyscraper center is for sale

Sandy Springs’ ‘King and Queen’ skyscraper center is for sale

The Concourse Corporate Center, home to the iconic skyscrapers nicknamed the “King and Queen,” is for sale. Regent Partners and other investors have owned the 60-acre complex, built in the…

French restaurants merge at Brookhaven location

French restaurants merge at Brookhaven location

Two longstanding French restaurants have merged into Petite Violette, a Brookhaven dining spot that scheduled a public grand opening May 5. The restaurant is at 2948 Clairmont Road, the former…

Business groups work to bring millennials into the boardroom

Business groups work to bring millennials into the boardroom

At a Leadership Sandy Springs event in February, a speaker delivered a familiar message: The millennial generation is important to Perimeter cities and businesses. Also familiar was the lack of…

Mom-and-pop concession stand hits home run at Dunwoody ballfields

Mom-and-pop concession stand hits home run at Dunwoody ballfields

As the loud “pings” of aluminum bats sound in the distance, Carol Gregoire takes an order through a window from a mom wanting a pickle and some pickle juice for…

Braves traffic is more dream than ‘nightmare’

Braves traffic is more dream than ‘nightmare’

The Braves stadium traffic dreaded for years as a potential “nightmare” turned out to be a dream over the team’s first week of home games, starting with the April 14…

Real estate agents get creative to sell multimillion-dollar homes

Real estate agents get creative to sell multimillion-dollar homes

A Buckhead estate that’s been on and off the market for three years, Chestnut Hall, is still the most expensive house for sale in Georgia. Listed at $48 million, it’s…

500 pounds of dynamite brings down Dunwoody office tower in seconds

500 pounds of dynamite brings down Dunwoody office tower in seconds

The loud boom that shook Dunwoody and Sandy Springs early March 4 was the sound of a Perimeter Center office tower building being imploded. The building at 1111 Hammond Exchange,…