Quarterly Update: Perimeter Dunwoody Market Prepares for New Neighbors

City of Dunwoody releases information on forthcoming businesses, developments and more

 The Perimeter Dunwoody Market – at the intersection of Atlanta’s 400 and 285 – is on the leading edge of the city’s development from urban and suburban amenities to crucial connectivity in terms of transportation, land mass and more. With more than 10 million square feet of office space – 8.5 million available for use and 1.5 million under construction – teeing up countless business opportunities alongside updated trailways, the City continues its ongoing investment to evolving the community for both locals and travelers alike and positioning itself as truly a destination fit for live, work and play.


The progression of the area has resulted in several new businesses, restaurants and mixed-use developments are announced as “coming soon” to the area. Heading into the second half of 2019, the Perimeter Dunwoody Market anticipates further progress with a focus on new concepts announced over in the first and second quarters of this year. These include:


  • Breadwinner Cafe and Bakery: Announced in April to open in the former Wright’s Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe, look for an opening this fall
  • Duke of Wellington Pub: Slated to open this fall from Dunwoody Restaurant Group, between Residence Inn and Spruill House on Ashford Dunwoody
  • Lazy Dog Restaurant: Schedule for a 2020 opening in Perimeter Mall following the upcoming Peachtree Corners
  • The Park at Georgetown Food Hall: The first of its kind in Dunwoody, the forthcoming concept at Dunwoody Green was announced in May but no further details have been
  • Twelve24 Hammond: New office, retail, restaurant space – and the Hyatt Place hotel – near Perimeter Mall and the MARTA station is on the rise, which will also be the new headquarters for Insight
  • Perimeter Market Place: The project was recently announced, which will include a grocery store, restaurants, RaceTrac and a
  • 48 Perimeter Center East – School: Looking at a 2020 opening, the school will be set on three acres and 20,000 square feet of


“There are so many positive advancements happening in the Perimeter Dunwoody Market, and we want people to know that. There is not only opportunity for young professionals and families from homes to recreation, but also for corporate business, from office space to employee entertainment – and our goal is continue making strides to expand what these opportunities look like,” says Michael Starling, director of economic development for the City of Dunwoody.


Additional announcements are anticipated throughout the remainder of the year and locals can expect to see progress on multiple projects into 2020.


“Discover Dunwoody is excited the Dunwoody and Perimeter neighborhoods are rising on the radar within the Atlanta market. From new restaurants, retail, trails, hotels and more, it’s not simply somewhere to live anymore, but also to visit,” explains Katie Williams, executive director of Discover Dunwoody.


To learn more about the City of Dunwoody and Discover Dunwoody, visit www.dunwoodyga.gov and www.discoverdunwoody.com, respectively. For questions related to community engagement and customer service, contact Jennifer Boettcher, communications director for the City of Dunwoody.


About the Perimeter Dunwoody Market:

The Perimeter Dunwoody Market – at the intersection of Atlanta’s 400 and 285 – is on the leading edge of the city’s development with unprecedented access to urban and suburban amenities. More than 10 million square feet of office space is complemented by well-connected transportation, world-class retail and hospitality, an exceptional quality of life and a dedicated workforce. To learn more about the City of Dunwoody, visit www.dunwoodyga.gov. To learn more about Discover Dunwoody, visit www.discoverdunwoody.com.


About Dunwoody:

Dunwoody, Ga. is a premier hub for shopping, dining, business, and culture located just 10 miles north of Atlanta. From boutique to crowd favorites, wine bars to patio dining, a fine art school to a theatre company and abundant green space to hiking trails, Dunwoody has something for everyone. With easy access to mass transit and major highways, this city offers proximity to key Georgia tourist attractions, sporting events, and festivals. A little bit metropolitan chic, a little bit small-town escape, Dunwoody is above Atlanta and beyond the expected.