JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Developers have withdrawn a petition to build a 32,000 square foot shopping center at the corner of McGinnis Ferry Road and Johns Creek Parkway.
The Johns Creek Planning Commission allowed the withdrawal in a 4-0 vote at its June 4 meeting.
In their withdrawal letter, the developers, Johns Creek Village Management, stated there was a need to address soil issues at the site and redesign elevation plans.
In other city planning news, there was a public participation meeting June 6. Representatives of Johns Creek Professional Plaza presented their plan to convert the top two stories of an existing four-story office building on Johns Creek Parkway into a medical office with an ambulatory surgery center.
The property, 11315 Johns Creek Parkway, lies between Johns Creek Parkway and Lakefield Drive. The applicant is interested in bringing in a diverse set of practitioners to the building.
The case, RZ-19-007, is scheduled to go before the Planning Commission on August 6.
The Planning Commission’s next meeting is scheduled for July 9, where they are set to discuss a potential text amendment to the city’s zoning ordinance.