Peachtree City planners OK 2 buildings for Hwy. 74 business park

Peachtree City planners OK 2 buildings for Hwy. 74 business park

Aberdeen Parkway to get 2-story office building

A conceptual site plan intended to lead to the construction of two warehouse/office buildings at the South 74 Business Park was approved Aug. 28 by the Peachtree City Planning Commission.

The request was approved by a 4-0 vote, with elevations to be presented at a later date.


Above, members of the Peachtree City Planning Commission include, from left, commissioners J.T. Rabun and Jack Bernard, Chairman Frank Destadio and Commissioner Aaron Daily. Commissioner Lisa Curtis was absent. Photo/Ben Nelms.


The proposal for the property at the business park on Ga. Highway 74 South was requested by South-Tree Enterprises and called for the construction of two buildings surrounding an interior truck courtyard.

Phase 1 calls for the construction of a 25,400 sq. ft. warehouse/office building, followed by the construction of a second building at 31,000 sq. ft. in Phase 2.

City requirements for parking permits 103 spaces.

City planning staff said the proposal conformed to all zoning setbacks.

Aberdeen Parkway to get 2-story office building

Elevations for an office building at the intersection of Northlake Drive and Aberdeen Parkway in Peachtree City were approved Aug. 28 by the Peachtree City Planning Commission.

The two-story office building to be situated on approximately one acre comes with a footprint of 5,500 sq. ft., said Timber Products Inspection, Inc. (TP) representative David Conner.

Timber Products Inspection, Inc. (TP) representative David Conner at the Aug. 28 meeting of the Peachtree City Planning Commission. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Timber Products Inspection, Inc. (TP) representative David Conner at the Aug. 28 meeting of the Peachtree City Planning Commission. Photo/Ben Nelms.

TP will occupy the office to be located at the intersection of Northlake Drive and Aberdeen Parkway, currently a heavily-wooded lot.

City planning staff said the final site plan for the property was approved in 2008.

“Since the project was approved prior to the city’s adoption of the 12-month time limit on approved plans, this project has been grandfathered under the previous development standards,” staff said.

Staff said the proposed facades appeared to meet city requirements for brick or brick and stone.

What was not approved at the time were elevations. That approval came Aug. 28 on a 4-0 vote, with Commissioner Aaron Daily, and other commissioner agreeing, that the proposal met the spirit of the ordinance.

The project will return to the commission with landscaping plans at a future date.