Legacy Partners, a metro development firm, hopes to build a high-density work-live complex near the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth.

The proposal, which is scheduled to go before the Gwinnett Planning Commission, is specifically targeted to young professionals known as millennials. It will include, according to the developments rezoning application, 294 luxury apartments and 123,100 square feet on non-residential developments.  The project would have 323,400 square feet of residential space, an average of 1,100 square feet per unit. It also will have a separate amenity building.  Many of the residential units would be on the upper floors above commercial development on the ground floor.   

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