Sandy Springs approves paying 2,700 to design cultural center

Sandy Springs approved spending $582,700 for designing a new cultural center building that is expected to house the Georgia Commission on the Holoc...

September 8, 2022
12:26 AM

Sandy Springs approved spending $582,700 for designing a new cultural center building that is expected to house the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust (GCH), a police precinct, and Visit Sandy Springs offices. In session on Sept. 6  as the Public Facilities Authority, members of the Sandy Springs City Council directed Houser Walker Architecture to complete the project design for the building, which will replace the Bluestone building at 6110 Blue Stone Road. The project has met with opposition from some residents and support from others, including members of the GCH who live in Sandy Springs.

Bob Pepalis