Pictured above (L to R): Council Member Curtis Northrup, Mayor Pro Tem Brandon Hembree, Economic Development Director Scott Andrews, City Manager Paul D. Radford, Mayor Steve Edwards, Council Member Susie Gajewski, and Council Member Marc Cohen receive the April 2016 Chairman’s Club Business of the Month Award from Vince DeSilva, Sr. Vice President of Membership Services for the Gwinnett Chamber.
Sugar Hill is one of the nation’s fastest growing cities and is home to nearly 21,000 residents and over 1,000 businesses. Conveniently located in Northwest Gwinnett, Sugar Hill has world-class parks, a new downtown outdoor concert venue affectionately known as “The Bowl” and a safe and efficient low cost public natural gas system. Soon downtown Sugar Hill will house a new performing arts theater and gymnasium along with 43,000 sf of restaurant, retail and office space. Three new exciting projects will result in over $160 million of private sector investment bringing housing, shopping, office, restaurant options, parking and hotel/conference accommodations to downtown. The family-friendly and business-ready Sugar Hill of the near future will be a dynamic live, work, play community. City leaders proudly live up to its motto of “Go Big or Go Home.”