Brookhaven Plaza has been the site of a Harris Teeter, a Kroger, and an antiques store. A retailer called Mattress Firm is in the site of the old Blockbuster, while Rite Aid (formerly Eckerd), Nail Spa and Terra Grille have been in the location for a while.
But if cityhood is approved by voters on July 31, could Brookhaven Plaza become the city of Brookhaven city hall?
J. Max Davis, chairman of BrookhavenYES, alluded to the fact that Brookhaven Plaza could be a likely home for a new city hall .
Regardless of whether cityhood passes, what do you think could go into this highly visible, prime piece of commercial real estate along Peachtree Road?